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ADVERTISEMENTS 



Tj/ie Canadian ^ank 



fCi 



ommerce 



T^a/d-up Capttai, SW,000,000. i^eserve, S6, 000, 000 

HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



B. E. Walker, Esq., President. A. Kingman, Esq. 

Robert Kilgour, Esq., Vice-Pres. Hon. Lyman M. Jones. 

Hon. Geo. A. Cox. Frederick Nicholls, Esq. 

Matthew Leggat, Esq. H. D. Warren, Esq. 

James Crathern, Esq. Hon. W. C. Edwards. 

John Hoskin, K.C., LL.D. Z. A. Lash, Esq., K.C. 

J. W. Flavelle, Esq. E. R. Wood, Esq. 

ALEX. LAIRD, A. H. IRELAND, 

General Manager Superintendent of Branches 

i^ranches t'n every Province in the iJominion of 
Canada and in the united States and Sn^fland 



jCondon (Snyland) Office: 

2 LOMBARD STREET, E. C. S. CAMERON ALEXANDER, Manager 

^eu/ 2/ork J^^onci/ : 

16 EXCHANGE PLACE. WM. GRAY and H. B. WALKER, Agents 

t/ictoria Office : 
1022 GOVERNMENT ST., Cor, FORT ST. GEORGE GILLESPIE, Manager 



This Bank transacts every description of Banking Business, 
including the issue of Letters of Credit and Drafts on Foreign 
Countries, and will negotiate or receive for collection bills on 
any place where there is a bank or banker 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



BANK OF MONTREAL 

INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT 

ESTABLISHED 1817 

Capital All Paid Up - - - $14,400,000.00 

Reserve Fund .... $12,000,000.00 

Undivided Profits - - - $699,969.88 



HEAD office: MONTREAL 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHGONA AND MOUNT ROYAL, G.G.M.G., Hon. President 

Hon. Sir GEORGE A. DRUMMOND, K.C.M.G., President. 
Sir EDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart., Vice-Pres. A. T. PATERSON, Esq. 

E. B. GREENSHIELDS. Esq. Sir WILLIAM C. MACDONALD 

R. H. ANGUS, Esq. Hon. ROBT. MACKAY 

.lAMES ROSS, Esq. C. R. HOSMER 

Sir THOS. SHAUGHNESSY, K.C.V.O. DAYID MORRICE, Esq. 

Sir EDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart., General Manager 
A. MACNIDER, Chief Inspector and Superintendent of Branches^ 
H. V. MEREDITH, Assistant General Manager and Manager at Montreal 
C. SWEENY, Superintendent of Branches, B. C. 
W. E. STAVERT, Superintendent of Branches, Maritime Provinces 
F. J. HUNTER, Inspector, North West and B. C. Branches 
E. P. WINSLOW, Inspector, Ontario Branches 
1). R. CLARKE, Inspector, Maritime Provinces and New^foundland Branches 



Branches in all the Principal Cities and Towns 
Throughout Canada 

In Newfoundland — s?. JohriH — Bank of Montreal. Birchy Core (Bay of Islands) — 
l?ank of Moiilreal. 

In Great Britain— 7.<;Airf(>« — Bank of Montreal, 40 and 47 Threadneedle Street, E. C. 

F. W. Taylor, Manager. 

In the United States— iVe^r York— II. Y. Hebden, W. A. Bog, J. T. Molineaux, Agents, 
:{1 Pine Street. Chicayo—BtxxyXi. of Montreal, J. M. Greata, Manager. Spokane, 
M^a«/<. — Bank of Montreal, 

In Mexico J/<.r/(«, T). F. — T. S. C. Saunders, Manager. 

Bankers in Great Britain Ar;nrfon— The Bank of England. The Union Bank of 
London an.l Smith's Bank, Ltd. The London and Westminster Bank, Ltd. The 
National Provincial Bank of England, Ltd. Lirerj>ool—T\\e Bank of Liverpool, 
Ltd. Srofland—T\\(i l^ritish Linen Bank and Branches. 

Bankers in the United State*— JVe?/) York— The National City Bank. The Bank of 
N(!w York, N.H.A., National Hank of Commerce in New York. National Park 
Hank, lioxton -The Merchants National Bank. Buffalo— The Marine National 
Bank, lUilfalo. San Franrixr,, Tlie First National Bank. The Anglo-Califor- 
nian Bank, Ltd. 

A. J. C. GALLETLY, Manager, VICTORIA BRANCH 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



THE 



florthern Grown Bank 

Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1905 

A Western Bank for Western People 
HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG 

The only Chartered Bank with Head Office in the West 

It has 47 Branches, every one of which is located in the West 

Its Directors are all leading Western business men 

It was established especially to conserve Western business interests 

AUTHORIZED CAPITAL PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 

$6,000,000 $2,200,000 $50,000 



Special Attention given to Savings Accounts and the Business of Farmers, 
Ranchers and Merchants. 



GODFREY W. BOOTH, Manager, VICTORIA BRANCH 



W. Curtis Sampson 



CHARTERED 
ACCOUNTANT 



AUDITOR, ASSIGNEE, LIQUIDATOR, ETC. 



TEL. ADDRESS: "SAMPSON," VICTORIA 

1219 Langley St., Victoria 

p. O. DRAWER No. 674. TELEPHONE 5 
RESIDENCE: UNION CLUB 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



R. V. WINCH. Pre.ident C. B. STAHLSCHMIDT. | Djjectors 

T. R. SMITH. Vice-President h . A. h U 1 CH tK I 

ROBERT WARD & GO. 



LIMITED LIABILITY 



SHIPPING, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS. 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Royal Norwegian Consulate 
Royal Swedish Consulate 
Royal Belgian Consulate 

MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT 

Large slocks kept on hand at both points of Cement, Bar and Pig 

Iron, Firebricks, Fireclay, Coarse and Fine Salt, Pig Lead, 

Pig Tin, Tinplates, and other Cannery Supplies, etc. 

SOLE AGENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR! 

White's Best English Portland Cement. 

Curtis's and Harvey's Gunpowders and Celebrated "Amberite" Cartridges. 

Wilkins' Steel and Iron Wire Ropes of all descriptions. 

Pilchers' Paints and Linseed Oils, etc. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 

GENERAL AGENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FORI 

Royal Insurance Company, Limited, of Liverpool. (The largest fire insurance 

company in tlie world.) 
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company of Liverpool. 
Standard Life Assurance Company of Edinburgh. 
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd. of London. 
London & Provincial Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd. 
Ocean Marine Insurance Company, Limited. 
London Assurance Corporation (Marine). 
Western Assurance Company (Marine). 
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Company. 
National Provincial Plate Glass Insurance Company, Ltd. 
London it Lancashire <iuarantee & Accident Co. of Canada. 

CABLE ADDRESSES! LONDON AGENCY: 

"RoBKKTus, " VitToKi.\ or VANCOUVER. 70 Basinghall Street, E. C. 

CODES: Watkins, Liebers, A.B.C. 4th & 5th Editions. A. I., and Scott's. 



521 Fort St. 346 Hastings St. 

Victoria Vancouver 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



ROBERT H. SWINERTON BENJAMIN S. ODDY 

Notary Public Notary Public 



SWINERTON & ODDY 

ACCOUNTANTS 

Real Estate, Financial 
and Insurance Agents 



AGENCIES: 
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford 
The Victoria Mining and Development Co., Ltd. Lby. 
The Silver Hustler Mining Co., Ltd. Lby. 
The British Columbia Pyrites Co., Ltd. 
Tugs "Sadie" and "Spray" 
Pacific Slate Co., Ltd. 



1206 Government St., Victoria l„L^:ir 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



Frederick B. ^emberton Joseph D. Pemberton 

Cable Address: "PEMBERTONS, VICTORIA." 
Codes Used: A.B.C. and Bedford McNeill's. 

^emderton ^ ofon 

Real Estate, Financial 
and Insurance Agents 

Farming Properties For Sale in all Parts of 
British Columbia. 



Houses for Rent or for Sale in any Part of Victoria 

Funds Invested in Good Securities 
Houses Built on the Instalment Plan in the City and Country 

Rents Collected Estates Managed 

Money to Loan on Improved First Mortgage Securities 



AGENTS FOR: 

Sun Fire Office of London, England 

North British & Mercantile Insurance Company 

Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada 

Messrs. L. B. & J. B. Joseph Estate 

Pemberton Estate 

Fernwood Estate 

Southgate Estate 

The Incorporated Synod of B. C. (Anglican) 



:: :: Telephone 78 :: :: 

625 Fort Street, Victoria, B. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



Hall, Goepel & Co 

General Insurance 

= and= = 

Financial Agents 



MONEY TO LOAN 

ON APPROVED SECURITY ON EASY TERMS 

mortgages and agreements of sale 

Negotiated. 



COMPANIES REPRESENTED: 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company, of Liverpool, England. 

Travellers* Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn. (Accident & Life) 

Lloyds Underwriters, of London (Marine). 

St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co., of St. Paul, Minn. (Marine Dept.) 

American Surety Company of New York (Guarantee Bonds). 

Atlantic Steamship Lines — Cunard and White Star. 

British Columbia Trust Corporation. 

Aetna Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn., J. E. Kinsman, Agent. 



1232 GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA. Phone 83 

HALL .-' WALKER 

Coal Merchants 

AGENTS 

WeUington Collieries Household Coal 
Comox Blacksmith Coal= 



1232 Goiernment St. and E. & N. Ry. Wharf, Victoria. Phone 83 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



BOND & CLARK 

Real Estate, Insurance, 
Stocks, Bonds, Etc. 




REPRESENTING THE FOLLOWING: 
Silica Brick and Lime Co. Limited, Victoria 
Nootka Marble Quarries, Limited 
The Bakeries, Limited 
Vancouver Island Building Resource Co. 

Limited, Victoria 
Railway Passenger Assurance Co. of London, 

England 

National Plate Glass Assurance Co. of 
Winnipeg 

Sovereign Fire Assurance Co. of Canada. 

Ramouski Fire Insurance Co. of Quebec 

Sovereign Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

British & Canadian Land Co. Limited, of 
Toronto 



P. O. Box 336 Phone 1092 

514 Trounce Ave. - - Victoria, B. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 11 



TELEPHONE 302 P. O. DRAWER 574 

Timber, Fruit and Farm Lands 
City Property 

OFFERED BY 

British & Canadian Land Go. Ltd. 

OTTAWA 

AND 

THE LAND DEPARTMENT 

Union Trust Company, Toronto 



BRANCHES IN 

Winnipeg, Portage La Prairie, Brandon, 

Regina, Moose Jaw, Medicine Hat, Calgary 

and Edmonton 



ADDRESS HEAD OFFICE FOR WESTERN CANADA: 

1230 Government St. Victoria, B. C. 

R. W. COLEMAN, Sales Agent 



12 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



JAMES K. REBBEGK 

Consulting Engineer 

Mechanical Engineer and Ship 
= Designer — 

Surveyor to British Corporation Registry, of Glasgow 
Engineer-Surveyor, Bureau Veritas, of Paris 
Engineer-Surveyor, Record of American Shipping, 

New York. 
B. C. Agent, Messrs. A. F. Craig & Co., Paisley, 

Marine Boilers and ELngines. 

DESIGNER OF ALL KINDS OP 

Engines, Boilers and Machinery 

Agent for British Made Marine Machinery 
Stemwheel Engines a Specialty, Simple and Compound 





Preparation of Plans, Specifications and Supervision of Contracts 



Erection and Installation of Machinery Special Designs 

Special Problems dealt with Reports and Surveys 

Propellers Designed and Supplied to Order 



Rooms 32-33, Board of Trade Building, Victoria, B. G. 

Phone No. 1068 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



13 



Francis J. O'Reilly 

B. C. LAND SURVEYOR 



CHARLES T. Cross 

ACCOUNTANT 



CROSS & CO. 

GENERAL AGENTS 

REAL ESTATE, 

TIMBER LANDS AND MINES 



Office of the Vancouver Island Copper Company. Limited 

622 FORT ST., VICTORIA, B.C. 



^TELEPHONE 556: 



Cable address: CROSS," VICTORIA 

^Bedford McNeill 
Codes Used: -| Moreing & Neal 

VA. B. C. 5th Edition 



BRANCH OFFICE' 

SILVERTON, B. C. 



BOSTOCK & CO 

LIMITED 

FRANCIS J. O'REILLY, JOHN J. BOSTOCK, CHARLES T. CROSS 

Directors : 



Importers and 

Merchandise 

Brokers 



Insurance and 

Shippin g 

Agents 



GENERAL AGENTS FOR VANCOUVER ISLAND FOR THE 

RICHMOND AND DRUMMOND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 



622 FORT ST., VICTORIA, B. C. 



Agents in Vancouver : 

JOHN J. BOSTOCK 

Telegrams : 

"BOSTOCK," VICTORIA 



Codes Used : 

A. B. C. 5th Edition 
Western Union 
Bedford McNeill 
Moreing & Neal 
Private 



14 ADVERTISEMENTS 



ESTABLISHED 1658 Being the Oldest Real Estate and Financial 

—^—^^——^—^-^—— Business in Western Canada 

A. W. BRIDGMAN 

FARMS, FRUIT LANDS, 
RESIDENTIAL and CITY 

PROPERTIES FOR SALE 

ESTATES MANAGED AND MORTGAGE 
INVESTMENTS CAREFULLY SELECTED 

AGENCIES 

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., LTD., OF LONDON, ENGLAND 
CANADA ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. 

NORTHERN COUNTIES INVESTMENT TRUST, LTD., of Bradford, England 
COMMERCIAL LOAN AND TRUST CO. OF WINNIPEG 

1007 Government Street, Victoria Phone 86 



MONEY TO LOAN PROPERTY FOR SALE 



JOHN MUSGRAVE 1 



Real Estate and Insurance 



■REPRESENTING- 



THE PHOENIX (Fire) INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. 

OF LONDON, ENGLAND 

1132 Broad St., Gor. Trounce Ave., Victoria, B. C. 

PHONE 922 1 

FIRE INSURANCE HOUSES TO RENT 

i 



ADVERTISEMENTS 15 



C.C. 




Gonveyancer, Notary Public 

Real Estate Broker 

Agent for "GONZALES PARK," 
West of Shoal Bay 

636 View Street, - Victoria 

PHONE 171 1 



Robert S. Day 

.. AND .. 

Beaumont Boggs 



Notary Public for British Commissioner for Nova 

Columbia Scotia in British Columbia 

Real Estate, Insurance 
Investments and Loans 

REPRESENTING 
LONDON GUARANTEE AND ACCIDENT CO., LTD., OF LONDON 
DOMINION PLATE GLASS INSURANCE CO.. OF MONTREAL 
COLONIAL INVESTMENT AND LOAN CO., OF TORONTO 
FEDERAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

ROBERT S. DAY 

General Agent for B. C. of the GUARDIAN ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED, 

OF LONDON, and 
LAW UNION AND CROWN INSURANCE CO., OF LONDON 

G20 FORT St., Victoria Phone 30 



16 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



J. B. H- RICKABY 

Trade Broiler and 
Manufacturers' Agent 

VICE-CONSUL FOR THE UNITED STATES OF MEXICO 



agencies: 



THE MONTREAL ROLLING MILLS CO. 

SIR WM. C. MACDONALD 

BRITISH COLUMBIA DISTILLERY COMPANY, LIMITED 

BRITISH COLUMBIA VINEGAR WORKS 

JOHN & ROBT. HARVEY & COMPANY. GLASGOW. SCOTCH WHISKIES 

B. LEON. CROIZET, ST. MEME. FRENCH BRANDIES 

MARGUERITE CHRISTOPHE. CHAMPAGNES 

Proprietor of the "OVER SEAS 
LIMITED" TRADE MARK, Etc. 

512 Bastion Street, Victoria p^^q"^ 554 

Cable: RICARVE. VICTORIA. Codes: ARMSBY'S A. B.C. 5th 



(\. COLQUHOUN HOLMES 



ACCOUNTANT 



Real Estate and Insurance Agent 



TIMBER LIMITS. LOANS 



CITY AGENT- 



GENERAL ACCIDENT, FIRE and LIFE ASSURANCE 
CORPOHATION, LTD.. of Perth, Scotland 

575 Yates Street, Victoria 

PHONE 1698 



i 






■II 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



17 



LOANS ARRANGED FIRE, ACCIDENT. HEALTH and LIFE ESTATES MANAGED 

CONVEYANCING DONE INSURANCE EFFECTED at PROPERTY BOUGHT and 

WILLS DRAWN, ETC. LOWEST RATES SOLD ON COMMISSION 

Nanaimo Development Company 



LIMITED 



I GENERAL AGENTS | 

Free Information Furnished concerning Resources 
of Vancouver Island, Timber, Coal Lands, Fisheries, 
Copper and Gold Properties, Fruit and Farm Lands. 

NANAIMO PROPERTY A SPECIALTY 

If you want to buy or sell a Business, Residence, City 
Lot, Farm, Timber Limit, Coal or Quartz Mine any- 
where on Vancouver Island — ^Consult us. 



COMMERCIAL ST. 



p. O. Box 124 
Phone 214 



NANAIMO, B. C. 



Arthur S. Core 



Manager " BLUE PRINTS A MILE LONG, " R^sideL^^wr* 

FINEST BLUE PRINTINC ESTABLISHMENT IN WESTERN CANADA 

Electric Blue Print & Wlap Co. 

Complete Sets ofTlfaps of timber and other lands 
taken up in British Columbia 



These Maps are posted up to date and Blue Prints can be 
obtained at short notice 



BLUE PRINTING 

Blue Prints, White Prints, Vandyke Prints, 

executed promptly, entirely independent 

of the sun. 




DRAUGHTING OFFICE 
Maps and Plans drawn. Copies made with- 
out delay from Plans and Field Notes on 
File in Lands and Works Department. 
Areas checked by Polar Planimeter. 





Chancery Giiambers, 1218 Langley St., Victoria, B. G. 



18. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



ESTABLISHED 1862 



R. P. RITHET&CO. 



I_ I IVI IT E CD 



Importers and Wholesale Merchants 



GROCERIES, WINES 

AND LIQUORS 

CIGARS AND TOBACCOS 

Grain Bags, Salt, Fire Bricks, Fire Clay, Pig Iron, 
Cement, Etc., Etc. 



Commission and Insurance Agents 

AGENTS FOR 

PACIFIC COAST S. S. CO. San Francisco 

OCEANIC S. S. CO. - - - San Francisco 

PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO. San Francisco 



INSURANCE 



t 



GENERAL AGENTS FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR 

THE QUEEN INSURANCE CO. (FIRE) 

THE NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

THE YANG TSZE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, LTD. 

SOLE AGENTS 



Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association 

(St. Louis) 
The Distillers Co., Ltd. (Edinburgh) 
Veuve Clicquot Dry Champagne 
EvARisTE DupoNT (Bordcaux, France) 
Robertson Bros. 
VooNiA Tea 



Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd. 
Fham.iee Nowro.iee (Bombay) 
Winter Harbor Canning Co. 
W. J. Hartley 
Geo. Dalidet et Cie 
Ferrand Renaud et Cie 



WHARF STREET ■ VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



ADVERTISEMENTS 19 



THOMAS H. LEEMING ESTABLISHED 
DAVID LEEMING 1880 
JOHN LEEMING 

LEEMING BROS. 



LIMITED 



CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS 

Shipping, Forwarding and Commission Agents 
Bonded and Free Storage 



MANAGING OWNERS FREIGHT STEAMERS : 

"OSCAR" "CASCADE" "LEEBRO" "J. L. CARD' 



Real Estate and Insurance 

Agents 

Rents Collected and Estates Managed 



^(r' 
». B^'. 



Representing '. 

Continental Life Insurance Company of Toronto 
Canadian Casualty & Boiler Insurance Co. of Toronto 
Niagara Fire Insurance Company of New York 



nl 524 Fort Street, Victoria Phone 748 



20 ADVERTISEMENTS 



TURNER, BEETON & Co, 

LIMITED 

Wholesale Merchants, 
Manufacturers and Importers 

Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishings 



BIG HORN BRAND 




Shirts m ^^^m > Tents 
Overalls ^^^K^ Mackinaws 



BIG HORN 



BRAND ^^^ 

UNION p.==..e.x.„.o MADE 

FACTORY: - - BASTION SQUARE, VICTORIA, B. C. 



Agents HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO. Assets $21,411,439.43 



European Agents : - - H. C. BEETON & CO., 57 Moorgate Street, London, England 

A B C, A 1, Scott's, Morcing- & Neal's and Atlantic Directory Codes used. 
Telegrapliic Addresses : Herton, London ; Tuknkr. Victoria. 



iyV\F»ORTE:RS OR LIQUORS ftiND CIG/\RS 

VICTORIA, B. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 21 



For anything 

YOU WANT 

THE BIG STORE is the PLACE TO GO 



We can sell you your Wearing Apparel :: 
We can sell you your Dry Goods :: We 
can sell you your Footwear :: We can 
furnish your Home complete from top 
to bottom :: and all at = 

The Spencer Prices 

The prices made possible by close 

buying and an immense turnover, 

and which are the foundation of 

— our business ^^ 



d 



DAVID SPENCER, Limited 

VICTORIA, B. C. 

VANCOUVER, B. C. LONDON, ENG. NANAIMO, B. C. 



22 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



Charles S. Baxter 

CUSTOMS BROKER, 

Commission and Forwarding Agent 

Managing Director GULF STEAMSHiP AND TRADING CO., LIMITED, Owners of tiie 

STEAMER "TRADER" 

809 Government Street \/ir^TOPIA 



CHARLES S. BAXTER 
HALCROW P. JOHNSON 



TELEPHOrslE 730 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 



Office Equipment and Supplies 



Representing "UNDERWOOD" TYPEWRITER 
"MACEY" FILING CABINETS 
"GUNN" SECTIONAL BOOKCASES 



METROPOLITAN BLOCK, 



809 GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA 



PQ BQX32 1314 WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. phone 1780 

HOWELL & SELFE 

WHOLESALE COMMISSION AGENTS 
STORAGE 

AGENTS FOR 



Chestnut Canoes, 

Theatre Programme 

Advertising, 

Electrical Irons and 
Heating Appliances 




ADVERTISEMENTS 23 



PHONE 25 ESTABLISHED 1858 P. O. BOX 190 



J. A. SAYWARD 



MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 



Lumber, Laths, Spars, 
Shingles, Sash, Doors 



AND 




ill Work 



BOXES, CRATES AND CASES 
PLAIN AND F/fNCY GLASS 



2120 STORE ST. 

ROCK BAY BRIDGE VICTORIA, B. C, 



24 ADVERTISEMENTS 



THE 



Ladysmith Lumber Co 



LIMITED 



MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

ROUGH AND DRESSED FIR 
LUMBER AND LATH 



Red cedar SHINGLES 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 
AMERICAN LUMBERMEN TELECODE USED 



;V\ILL-S f\T 



COBURN, B.C. LADYSMITH, B.C. 



HErtE> of=-f='ic::e 



NANAIMO, BRITISH COLUMBIA 

LADYSMITH, B. C. VICTORIA, B. C. NEWCASTLE TOWNSITE, B. C. 



PROMPT SERVICE, GOOD GRADES 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



25 



RED FIR LUMRER CO 



LIMITED 



Manufacturers of 



Rough and Dressed Cedar and 

Fir 

Timber and Lumber 

Flooring, Dimensions, Ceiling and 
Siding 

Doors, Sash, Moulding, Grilles and 
Interior Finish 

All Double Dressed Material, 

Flooring, Ceiling and Siding, 

Kiln Dried 



Dealers in 



Cedar and Fir Piles, Telephone 

Poles, Posts, Lath and 

Shingles 



Owners of the Tug "RED FIR"— Log Towing a Specialty. 



HEAD OFFICE AND MILLS AT 



NANAIMO, British Columbia 



26 ADVERTISEMENTS 



H 



Shawnigan Cake 
Cumber Co., m. 

T. ELFORD, Manager 

Mills at Shawnigan Lake 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Rougli and Dressed Fir and 
Cedar Lumber, 

Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., Etc. 

Seasoned and Kiln-Dried Fiooring. 

Sasli, Doors, and Windows. Finishing Lumber 

and Apple Boxes always in stock 



p. O. BOX 298 TELEPHONE 162 

Office and Yards VIPTRRIA R P 

Government St., cor. Discovery, VlUlUnln, Di Ui 



f! 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



27 



JAMES LEIGH & SONS 

Lumber and Millwork 



Phone 397 



MILLS, OFFICE AND YARD: 

David Street, foot of Turner, VICTORIA 



Shingles, Laths, 
Pickets 

INTERIOR TRIM 
STAIR WORK 




Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Mantels, Grates, Tiles 

Samples can be seen in town office, 606 Broughton Street, Victoria. 



John Kendall, F.C.A. Codes Used: — 

Frank C. Sewell, F.C.A. A.B.C. 4th. and 5th Editions 

Arthur V. Kenah, A.C.A. PHONE 1750 Bedford McNeil 

Eli Moorhouse, F.C.A., C.P.A. Al and Western Union. 






Kendall, Sewell & Kenah 



CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 

AUDITORS TRUSTEES 

LIQUIDATORS 



AND AT 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 
SEATTLE, WASH., U.S.A. 



LAW CHAMBERS, 

BASTION STREET, 



VICTORIA, B.C. 



28 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Moore &Whittington 

CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS 

Estimates Furnished for aii ciasses of House Worl( 



Office Pfione ^^^^S^lSr^^^fck. Managers' Residence 

TfliHriii iiii 'in^^ 

A 750 ^^SS^^^^fePa^ Phone A 680 



Our Specialty— Moderate Price Residences 

865 YATES STREET - VICTORIA, B. C. 



Tie Mmre, Wligi Liier U. 

LIMITED 

MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS 

IN ALL KINDS OF 

Rough and Dressod Lumber, Shingles, Etc. 
Sash and Doors, Mouldings and Mantels 



PLEASANT ST., VICTORIA bTSI 



PHONE 

Branch Office, 865 Yates St., Telephone A 750 



ADVERTISEMENTS 29 



P. O. BOX 628 TELEPHONE 564 

Taylor Mill Company 

LI/niTED 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Rough and Dressed Lumber, 

Sash, Doors, Mouldings, 

Turnings, Etc. 

FRUIT BOXES A SPECIALTY. 



OFFICE AND MILL, 
2116 GOVERNMENT ST., 



VICTORIA, B.C 



JOS. J. LEMON BENJ. GONNASON AARON GONNASON 

LEMON, GONNASON & Co. 

Capital Saw and Planing Mill 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

I ■ Doors, Sash, Blinds, Window and Door Frames, 
Mouldings, Brackets, Balustrades, 
Mantels, Stair Railing, Newel Posts, Etc., Etc. 

HARDWOOD FLOORING A SPECIALTY 
Phone 77. P. O. Box 363 

Mill at Orchard and X/ir^nTOFJIA R C 
Governm't Sts., Rock Bay Y 1 V^ I VJivI/A, D. V^. 



30 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



The Woodworkers, Ltd. 



Successors to DICKSON & HOWES 



CABINET MAKERS 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



ARTISTIC AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS OF 

HIGH GRADE SHOW CASES 




FINE FURNITURE OF SPECIAL DESIGNS 



EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 



Hotel, Bank, Bar, Office and Modern Store 

Fixtures, Counters, Wall Cases, Standing Desks, 

Stair Cases, Art Grilles, Mantels, etc. 



SELECTED UIOODS 

SUPERIOR FINISH 

BEST OiORKf^ANSHlP 



MIRROR PLATES AND PLATE GLASS 

731 Johnson Street ph°ne nss Victoria. B. C. 



JL 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



31 



T. HAYWARD 



A. DODS 



HAYWARD & DODS 



HIGH CLASS 



Sanitary Plumbing 

HOT WATER, STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS 

ESTIMATES GIVEN 



PHONE 

1854 




PHONE 
1854 



SOLE AGENTS FOR 



The Monarch Acetylene Gas 
Generator 

Cheap : : Simple : : Automatic 

^ Call or write us and we will show you the machine 
working, or send you particulars. 

^ Dark winter nights made light. 

759 Fort Street, cor. Blanchard, Victoria, B.C. 



32 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED 



PHONE B1429 



SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 



R.HETHERINGTON 

Contractor and Builder 




Will sell you the lot, 
will furnish design and 
build you a house and 
all on the easy payment 
plan. Absolute satisfac- 
tion, quick delivery and 
personal supervision 
guaranteed. 



1153 Burdette Avenue, Victoria, B. C. 

THE STiEAi COMPil Ltd. 



MANUFACTURERS AND 
IMPORTERS OF 



Painters' and Glaziers' Supplies 

MIXED PAINTS, SHINGLE STAINS, BRUSHES, 
OILS, JAPANS, BROOMS, 

VARNISHES, DRY COLORS, WINDOW GLASS 

SOLE AGENTS 
THE SILICATE PAINT CO., London, England ; Mnfrs. of "Duresco," 
ZOCUS COMPOSITIONS, London, England, 
BURREFJ. & CO., London, England, 

PRATT & LAMBERT VARNISHES, Buffalo, N. Y. 

838-40 Fort St., Victoria, B. C. 

Phone 27 



I 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



33 



ESTIMATES GIVEN ON 
ALL WORK 



GENERAL JOBBING ATTENDED 
TO WITH DISPATCH 



PATTISON & GOTSCH 

Victoria Sheet Metal Works 
Hot Air Furnaces a Specialty 



GALVANIZED 



Gutter and Down 

Pipes, 
Hotel and Restau- 
rant Work 



SKYLIGHTS 



730 Yates Street 




CORNICES 



Bakers* Pans, 

Creamery Vats and 

Cans, 

Milk Mens' Requisites 



Phone B313 



ROOFING 



Victoria, B. C. 



JOHN ROBERTSON 



FRED V. ROBERTSON 



Robertson's Iron Works 



Engineers, Founders, Machinists 
Boiler Makers and Ship Smiths 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED 

Phone 896 :: P.O. Box 274 



Works: 1710 Store Street - Victoria, B. C. 



34 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



E. G. Prior, President 
G. F. Mathews, Vice-President 
G. W. Wynne, Man. Director 
C. P. W. ScHWENGERS, Secretary 



London Office: 

13-15 Wilson St., Finsbury, E.G. 

New York Office : 
127 Duane Street 



ESTABLISHED 1859 



E. G. PRIOR & GO. 



LIMITED LIABILITY 



IMPORTERS OF 



BAR and PLATE IRON, STEEL, 
RAILS, PIPE, FITTINGS, NAILS 

Shelf and Heavy 

HARDWARE 



Wagons, Buggies, Wire Ropes, 

Blacksmiths' Coal, Mill, Logging and Mining 

Supplies, Agricultural Implements, 

Dairy Supplies, Etc. 



1401 Government, cor. Johnson St., 

Phone 57 VICTORIA 

Branches at Vancouver and Kamloops 



ADVERTISEMENTS 35 



PHONE 59 544-546 YATES ST, 

P. O. DRAWER 613 VICTORIA, B. C. 



THE 



Hickman Tye 
Hardware Co. 



LIMITED 

-DEALERS IN- 



Iron, Steel, Shelf and Heavy 
Hardware, Pipe and Fittings 

AGENTS FOR 

E. C. Atkins & Go's Saws and Axes 

U. S. Creanrt Separators 

Red Jacket Pumps (so easy to fix) 

Ellwood Farm and Lawn Fences 

Dod's Cross Expansion Packing 

Hydraulic Rams 

Windmills and Towers 



Builders, Contractors and Blacksmiths 
Supplies a Specialty 



36 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



VICTORIA BOAT 



^AND= 



ENGINE CO. LTD. 



W. D. BUCK 



Manager 




BOAT -- LAUNCH BUILDERS 



Boat Building 
Materials 

for 
Amateurs 



ESTIMATES 
REPAIRS :: 

DESIGNS :: :: 



Engines 
Installed 



Shop and Yards : 



Phone 205 



424 David Street Bridtea Victoria 



ADVERTISEMENTS 37 



The PAON COMPANY 

WALTER PEACOCK, Manager 

Engineers and Electricians 



SOLE AGENTS FOR 



"Karmal" Engine Packing, Rol(o and Fepco Belting 



WE CARRY IN STOCK 

MAGNESIA, ASBESTOS MOULDING, 

AIR CELL WOOL FELT (HOT OR COLD) 

FELT AND CORK FOR COVERING PIPES AND BLOCKS 

Asbestos Roofing Rubberoid Roofing 



RUBBER COVERED CABLES, KNOBS, TUBES, 
ROSETTES, SOCKETS, SWITCHES, CUTOUTS, 
AND ALL OTHER ELECTRICAL GOODS, 
SPLIT WOOD AND STEEL PULLEYS 



New and Second-hand Machinery for Sale 

WE REPAIR 

Mills, Machines, Steamboats, Launches, 
Gas and Gasoline Engines, Electric Lights, 
Telephones, Motor Cars, Coils, etc. 

Have You a Boat for Sale? List With Us; We Have Buyers 
Do You Want to Buy a Steamboat, Launcli, Sailboat or Rowboat ? 

SEE US ; WE SELL THEM 

Agents for GRAY MARINE MOTORS 



OFFICE— 1503 DOUGLAS 
WORKS— liAUREL POINT 



VICTORIA, B. C. 

PHONE Ai084 



38 ADVERTISEMENTS 



THE 



PARKER ELECTRIC CO. 

SIDNEY C. PARKER, Manager 

ELECTRICAL and MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 



WE SUPPLY AND INSTALL 

Dynamos, Motors and Complete Plants, 

Telegraph, Telephone, Fire Alarm and Electric Bell Systems 



Electrical Goods of Every Description 

House Fittings, Art Fixtures, Shades and Glassware, Incandescent 
Lamps of every standard voltage 

Arc Lamps 

WIRE AND CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL 



Electrical Supplies for Launch and Automobile Men, 
Storage Batteries and Recharging, Dry Batteries, Coils 
Spark Plugs, etc. 



Accessories For Automobilists '. 

TIRES, OILS, GREASES AND GASOLINE 



MARINE, PORTABLE AND STATIONARY GASOLINE ENGINES 



AGENTS FOR 



Leading Manufacturers of Electrical Supplies, Autos and Auto Accessories, 
Launches and Launch Fittings, Hollow-wire Gasoline Lighting Systems 
for farm and country houses. Gas Fittings and Supplies, 
Pumping 'Plants, Hydraulic Riams, Pelton Wheels. 



A GENERAL AGENCY BUSINESS TRANSACTED 



Orders Booked for the Albernl and Comox Automobile Stage Lines. 
ASK US FOR PRICES. WRITE US FOR INFORMATION. 

Office ! CHURCH STREET - NANAIMO, B. G, 

P. O. BOX 468 Telephone 237 



ADVERTISEMENTS 39 



Phone 166 P.O. Box 8 

The Nanaimo Ship Chandlery 

^=^=^= COMPANY =^==^ 

L. A. McQUADE, Proprietor 



Importers and Dealers in 

Ship Chandlery 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes 
White Lead, Etc. 
Shelf Hardware 



ROPES, CORDAGE AND 
SAIL DUCK 

Marine Agents and Ship Brokers 



OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: 
cor. Front Street. ' IN 3 11 3 I ITI 0| D. Wi 



40 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



NANAIMO MACHINE WORKS 



R. J. WENBORN, PROPRIETOR 

We can repair in first class style your 

AUTOMOBILE 

We can supply you with Batteries, Oils, Greases and 

GASOLINE 

Coils, Plugs, Switches, Wire and Cable. Also 

BICYCLES 

and Sundries, Bells, Tires, Rims, Spokes and 

LAUNCH ENGINES 



-ALSO AGENT FOR- 



THE FAMOUS FAIRBANKS-MORSE ENGINES, 2h TO 40 H. P. 

FRASER ST. oft bastion st. bridge ^») NANAIMO, B. C. 



CUMBERLAND 
^ HOTEL ^ 

Mrs. J. PiKET, Proprietress 



^ 



-tfv 



r\ 



\j 




THE HOME OF 
TRAVELLERS 
AND BUSINESS 
MEN WHILE IN 
CUMBERLAND 



r? 



r\ 



\j 




FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT 

Hot and Cold Water 
Electric Light 



CUMBERLAND, B. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



41 



WIN DSOR HOUSE 

Joseph fox, - Proprietor 

Headquarters for Commercial Men 
Well Lighted Sample Rooms on the Main Street 




Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed 
RATES S2.50 AND UP PER DAY 

NANAIMO - - Vancouver Island, B. C. 



42 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



CHAS. THULIN 



E. HANNAN 



FRED. THULIN 



THULIN BROS. & HANNAN, Props. 

Situated in one of the most beautiful spots on Vancouver Island. This 
delightful resort has by its patrons, been called the "Sportsmans Paradise." 
The largest salmon and the finest trout on the Pacific coast abound in 
these waters. Best river on the coast for salmon fly fishing. Game is 
plentiful in the neighboring woods. 




The Hotel is commodious and cheerful, the rooms large and comfortable. 

The cuisine and service is unsurpassed. 

C.P.R. and Union Steamship Co's Boats call at Hotel Wharf. 

Campbell River « Uancouver Tsland, B.€. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



43 



( 



HOTEL WILSON 



FIREPROOF, MODERN and STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 
One Block from Steamboat Landing 



JAS. R. McKINNELL 



Prop. 




Headquarters for Commercial Men and Tourists 

RATES: $2.50 PER DAY AND UPWARDS 



Nanaimo-Alberni Mail Stage leaves Hotel 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a.m. 



NANAIMO, VANCOUVER ISLAND, B.C. 



44 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



O. H. FECHNER, Proprietor 

Headquarters for Tourists and Commercial Men 
Newly Fitted Throughout :: :: Rates Moderate 




Sample Rooms, Livery Stable, Telegraph Office 
and Barber Shop close to the Hotel 

FINEST FISHING AND HUNTING GROUNDS ON VANCOUVER ISLAND 



Courtney - Vancouver island, B.C. 



T. D. McLEAN 

JEWELLER, OPTICIAN and NEWS DEALER 

A LARGE STOCK OF 
The Best Goods in all Lines kept ; also a Full 
Line of Books, Magazines and Local Post Cards 



CUMBERLAND 



B.C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 45 



Telegraphic Address: Codes: Watkins, a. b. C, A1, Scott's 

"Diabutsu" and Western Union 

COXON & CO. LTD. 



SHIPPING AGENTS, IMPORT 
AND EXPORT MERCHANTS 



REPRESENTING 

J. G. THOMSON & CO. LTD., OF LEITH, SCOTLAND 

BLENDERS OF 

ROYAL ARMS WHISKEY 

A. G. COUSIS & CO, CAIRO, EGYPT 

Manufacturers of the Famous 

DUBEC CIGARETTES 

THOMSON & PORTEOUS, EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND 

Manufacturers and Exporters of 

LUNTIN TOBACCO 



518 HASTINGS WEST VANGOUVER, B. G, 

AGENCY IN VICTORIA, B. C. 



46 ADVERTISEMENTS 



^ \ 



V 



DOES NOT COST 
A CENT MORE 




To have this Label on all your 
printed matter. It is the insignia 
that stands for "Home Industry" 
and is used by offices doing the 
best printing. Recognize its im- 
portance ! for remember that the 
appearance of the Union Label 
on Your Printing — which can be 
had in size to suit any class of 
work — will greatly benefit you in 
your business. : : : : 



ADVERTISEMENTS 47 



We Pay PARTICULAR ATTENTION To Mail Orders 
Let Us Figure On Your Next Order Of Printing 



WE PRINT EVERYTHING 



BEATTIE&H0PKIN8 

PRINTERS 




NANAIMO - - - B. C. 



WEDDING AND BALL INVITATIONS 

OUR SPECIALTY 



OFFICE : PHONE 241 

WINDSOR HOTEL BLOCK p.o box 428 



48 ADVERTISEMENTS 



WILLIAM BLAKEMORE,c,E.,M.i.M.E. 

CONSULTING MINING ENGINEER 

Member Canadian Mining Institute Greenwell Gold Medalist, 1904 

Member North of England Institute of Mining Engineers 



INSPECTIONS, REPORTS AND VALUATIONS 

1208 Government St., Victoria, B. G. Phone 1283 

THE WEEK 

Circulating in every district in British Columbia, insures for the progressive advertiser 

a medium that will bring results. The Week is an 8-page virile Weekly Illustrated 

Review, now in its fifth year. Subscription $1.00. 



WIL-L_IAIVI BL-AKEIVIOFR 

Maxaging Director and Editor 



1208 GOVERNMENT STREET - - VICTORIA, B. C 



mestward l)0! magazine 



PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY 

Cbe mestward l)oj Publisbing Company, Cimitcd 

536 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. C. 



Subscription 10 Cents Per Copy; in Canada and Great Britain $1.00 a Year; 

in United States $1.50 



PERCY F. GODENRATH, CHARLES McMILLAN 

President Secretary and Treasurer 



ADVERTISEMENTS 49 



St Hitn'e Hcabcm^ 

IDictoria, B. (T. 

This Institution — a Residential and Day School for Young 
Ladies and Girls — located in sight of the harbor and Parlia- 
ment Buildings, and in close proximity to Beacon Hill Park, 
offers peculiar advantages to students who wish to receive 
a solid and refined education. Grades are conducted from 
Kindergarten through First Year Matriculation. Music, Art, 
French and German receive marked attention. A full 
Commercial Course connected with the Institution. :: :: 



FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR CATALOGUE APPLY TO 

CTbe Supeviov of the Hcabein^ 



ESTABUSHED 1883 



GEORGE CROWTHER 

GENERAL ENGRAVER 

Stencil Cutter, Seal Engraver, 4&c. 




First Engraving Worlcs in Britlsli Columbia 



816 Wharf Street behind post office Victoria 

A GENTLE REMINDER! 

________ 

A BUSINESS CARD 

1 NTH E 

Vancouver Island Directory 



50 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Lace, Chenille and Damask Curtains First Class Work : Charges Reasonable 

and Portiers Cleaned or Dyed Prompt Delivery 



VICTORIA STEAM DYE WORKS 



GEORGE McCANN, Proprietor 



Overt/ description of jCadies' and Sents' Sarments 

Cleaned or ^j/ed oiqual to ^ew. 

Zpressinff and *Dri/ C/eanin^^ a Specialty/ 



Office : 718 Yates St., Phone 1608 If IPTnDI A 
Works : 844 Fort St., Phone 717 Vlu I UfilH 

HINKSON SIDDALL RESIDENCE 

MARSHAL EXCHEQUER COURT OF 1357 PANDORA AVENUE EDWIN P. SIDDALL 

Canada B. C. Admiralty District PHONE 926 

HiNKSON SIDDALL & SON 

Real Estate and General Agents 

CONVEYANCING ETC. DEBTS AND RENTS COLLECTED 

MONEY LOANED ON APPROVED SECURITY 



1309 Government Street Phone 869 



W. A. JAMESON COFFEE CO. 

IMPORTERS, ROASTERS and MANUFACTURERS 



"FEATHER-LIGHT" BAKING POWDER 

IS OUR LATEST PRODUCT AND IS 

GUARANTEED PURE, WHOLESOME AND RELIABLE 

VV MAY 15K OUTAINEI) FROM ALL GROCERS 



Our Teas, Coffees and Spices will give complete satisfaction and save you money 

LANGLEY, Cor. BROUGHTON, VICTORIA, B. C. Phone 1467 



ADVERTISEMENTS 51 



CHAS. HAYWARD F. CASELTON R. HAYWARD 

President Manager Secretary 

fi. C. FUNERAL FURNISHING GO'Y 

ESTABLISHED 1867 



We have every modern appliance for Embalming and General Work. 

We employ an Experienced, Certificated Staff. 

BEST POSSIBLE SERVICES AT REASONABLE PRICES 



Phones 48, 305, 404, 594 & 1905 

1016 GOVERNMENT STRtET - VICTORIA, B. C. 

Established 1873 Phone 124 

HUBERT UNDERTAKING PARLORS 

D. J. JENKINS, Proprietor 



Funeral Director and Embalmer 



1, 3 and 5 BASTION STREET NANAIMO, B. C. 

FIRST CLASS WORK PHONE 930 NOVELTIES A SPECIALTY 

L. HAFER 

GENERAL MACHINIST 

MECHANICAL REPAIRS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 



1 420 Government St. Victoria, B. C. 



EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 

AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THIS 

DIRECTORY 

IS BEFORE THE PEOPLE OF VANCOUVER ISLAND 



52 ADVERTISEMENTS 



F'HONE 1199 F=». CD. BOX 517" 

DanYockTongCo. 

MAR ART, Manager ^^ 

Importers of Chinese Merchandise 

CHINESE DRUGGISTS 
CONTRACTORS FOR CHINESE LABOR 



AGENTS FOR 



Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Confipany 



SHIPPING AGENTS FOR 



Chargeurs Reunis & Weir Steamship Lines 
1614 C0VERNMENTS1\ VICTORIA, B. C. 

F=H0I\IE: Sll F^, CD. BCDX ©0"7 

TIM KEE 

IMPORTER OF 

CHINESE AND JAPANESE GOODS 



-We have a Large and Assorted Stock of- 



Porcelain, Satsuma, Cloisonne and Brass Ware 
Lead, Ivory and Silver Art Goods :: Ebony 
and Teak Wood Furniture :: Chinese Camphor 
Trunks, Japanese Lanterns :: Mandarin Coats 
for both Ladies and Gentlemen, Japanese 
Cotton Crape :: All colors of Chinese Grass 
:: :: Linen and Japanese Cotton Crape :: :: 



1412 Government St. Victoria, B.C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 53 



THE 



Vancouver Island 
Directory 



COMPILED BY 



THE PROVINCIAL PUBLISHING COMPANY 

— IS — 

one of the best means by which the claims 
of your business can be successfully put 
before the public. It is : : : : : 

The Advertising Medium 



recognized by the man of business as the 
vv^ay to let the people know : : : : 

— OF — 



the lines he is dealing in, or the goods he 

manufactures, or the properties he has for 

sale on 

Vancouver Island 



54 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Cbe Kind Edward l)ot(l 

The King Edward Hotel is named for the King, 
But the name, in itself, doesn't mean everything ; 
It is service that counts and if you stop there — 
Of royal good service you'll get a large share. 

The King Edward Hotel is a brick structure, pretty, 
And is right in the heart of Victoria City, 
It is furnished in style that is modern and late — 
Conducted in manner that's right up-to-date. 

There are rooms rented singly and also en suite, 
Elegantly furnished, airy and neat. 
Private baths, if you like, hot and cold running water, 
Fit for yourself, for wife, son or daughter. 

The King Edward Hotel is by electricity lighted, 

In daylight and night-time you'll there be delighted ; 

The parlors and halls are cheery and wide, 

While the way it is furnished will fill you with pride. 

The meals are prepared by chefs who know how, 
"You ought to be eating a meal there right now!" 
Tliere's nothing neglected that will give, you pleasure — 
A sojourn means comfort and that in full measure. 

The bar is the place where your whistle you wet, 
Best wines and liquors on earth there you get. 
You can order your wine in the dining room too, 
The King Edward Hotel is good through and through. 

There's a bus that will meet you — and nothing's the charge 

That's the 'bus fare and you can't say it's large. 

The King Edward rates are fair all the while, 

If you stop there with pleasure you'll constantly smile. 

So stop at the King Edward, you'll find it will pay, 
They'll welcome and care for you there any day. 
Just step ofT the boat and into the 'bus. 
Your troubles are ended without any fuss. 



f 



637-645 YATES ST. 
VICTORIA, B. C. 



Rates : 
American - $2.00 up 
European - $1.00 up 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



55 



WE REALISE 

THAT THE BEST IS 
NONE TOO GOOD FOR 

The Travelling Public 




WINTON AGENTS 



Our AUTOMOBILES are the STRONGEST and 
most COMFORTABLE cars that money can buy 



Repairing and Storing 



DAY OR NIGHT 



RAIN OR SHINE 



RING UP 



WOOD DROS. GARAGE 

Wharf Si, cor. Broughton, Victoria Phone 241 



56 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



THE VICTORIA 
TRANSFER CO. 



CAPITAL PAID-UP $170,000 



Carriages at any hour of the Day or Night 

RATES 



Carriages, one or four persons : 

Single hour 

Two hours and over, per hour 

Horse and single trap, morning or 
afternoon 

Holidays and Sundays : Morning - 

Afternoon 
Full day, nine hours . . _ 

HOLIDAYS EXTRA 
Tally-Ho Seats for Round Trip - 

Small Tally-Ho to carry eleven passen- 
gers and driver, for the day - 



$ 2 00 


1 


50 


2 


50 


- 3 


00 


3 


00 


- 5 


00 



1 00 



10 00 



Baggage promptly delivered to any part of the City at 
Current Rates. To our regular customers — trunks, etc. 
will be stored free of charge for five days. 

Parcels weighing 10 lbs. and under delivered to any part 
of the City for the sum of 10 cents. 



Boarders : Single Stall, per month 
Box Stall 9x10, per month 



$20 00 
25 00 



Further particulars will be furnished by 



\Te^'^f?ic1^ 629 BROUGHTON STREET 

Telephones: Office 129, Livery 24 Open Day and Night 



DIRECTORY 



OF 



VANCOUVER ISLAND 



AND ADJACENT ISLANDS 



FOR 



1909 



PRICE $5.00 



COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BT 

PROVINCIAL PUBLISHING CO. 

646 Yates Street, Victoria. 



Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred 

and Nine, by the Provincial Publishing Co., in the office of the Minister of 

Agriculture at Ottawa. 

COLONIST G^^SSIl^^^ presses 



Si4^ 

^^Jf PREFACE ^_^, 

In presenting the Vancouver Island Gazetter and Directory for 1909, we take 
the opportunity to thank our patrons for their generous support. 

The Directory consists of 

(1) Miscellaneous Information. 

(2) Directory of the various towns and villages, etc. 

(3) Victoria City Directory. 

(4) Classified Business Directory. 

With regard to the compilation it will be found that the names of Business 
Firms consisting of two surnames with the conjunction "and" between them, 
have, in accordance with the standard system used in most directories, been 
placed at the end of whatever the first name is, e.g. "Thompson & Johnson" will 
follow after the "Thompsons." In the case of individuals who are members of a 
partnership firm, the name of such firm is put in brackets immediately after the 
individual's name. Names commencing with "Mc" will be found at the beginning 
of the letter 'M,' while "Mac" is in its direct alphabetical order. 

The City of Victoria Directory contains a total of 13,653 names, of these 
12,202 are names of individuals, and 1,451 names of business firms, societies, 
clubs, churches, etc. In using the figures of 12,202 individual names as a 'basis 
for calculating the population there is no doubt that a multiple of three, which is 
used by Directory Compilers in arriving at the population of most cities, is 
rather under than over the proper multiple to use in the case of Victoria which 
is so largely a residential and educational centre, for it must be remem'bered 
that the Directory does not contain the names of married women nor children 
and in addition there is the large number of transients who are moving all the 
time and whose names never appear in any directory. Multiplying by three 
gives a total of 36,606, and when it is taken into consideration that there are 
between 2,000 and 3,000 Indians and Orientals, the population of Victoria, in- 
cluding Oak Bay and Esquimalt, must be 40,000 

Nanaimo is about 7,000 

Ladysmitli 3,000 

Cumberland 2,000 

Duncan and District 1,200 

The other places given in the Directory contain altogether 3,945 individual 
names; these consist mostly of names of farmers and represent a lar- 
ger population than do the figures in a city directory, as in the case of 
a farmer only the name of the head of the household appears in the 
Directory. Using a multiple of four 15,780 



Making a total population for Vancouver Island, 

including Salt Spring and Texada Islands, of 68,980 



THE PROVINCIAL PUBLISHING CO. 
Victoria, B. C, February 10th, 1909. 



CONTENTS 



Page 

Abbreviations 60 

Addenda 63 & 64 

Advertisers, Index to 61 & 62 



Agriculture, Dept. of 

Assessor's Department (Prov.).. 

Attorney-General's Department. 

Audit Office (Prov.) 

Bays 

Board of Health (Prov.) 

British Columbia, Province of. . 

Canadian Government 

Capes 

Classified Business Directory . . . 

County Courts — 

Victoria 

Nanaimo 

Cumberland 

Educational Department (Prov.) 

Executive Council (Prov.) 

Finance and Agriculture, Depart- 
ment of (Prov.) 

Game Warden (Prov.) 

Government Agents (Prov.) .... 

Health, Board of (Prov.-) 



66 



68 
69 
68 
67 
82 
70 
71 
77 
82 
593 

461 

155 

108 

70 

66 

67 
68 

72 
70 



Islands 89 and following pages 

Ladysmith 132 

Lakes 78 

Land Registry Offices (Prov.) . . 68 

Lands and "Wjorks Dept. (Prov.) 68 

Legislative Assembly (Prov.) ... 66 

Legislative Library (Prov.) 69 

Lieutenant-Governors, Previous. 67 

Magistrates 69 

Military District No. 11 73 

Mines, Department of 67 

Mining Recorders (Prov.) 70 

Mountains 88 

Museum (Prov.) 70 

Nanaimo 154 

Aldermen 63 

Churches 156 

Civic Officers 155 

Dominion Government Officials 156 

Provincial Govt. Officials 155 

Streets, Names and Locations 

of 156-7 

Societies, Secret 156 



Page 

Navy, H. M. Royal 74 

Police, Provincial 69 

Preface 58 

Premier of British Columbia.... 67 

Printing Office (Prov.) 70 

Provincial Secretary's Dept 67 

Revenue, Prov. Inspector of.... 69 

Rivers 78 

Statistical Bureau (Prov.) ...... 69 

Steam Boiler Inspectors (Prov.) 69 

Steamers 74 

Steamers' Routes 76 

Stipendiary Magistrates 69 

Supreme Court 69 & 461 

Taxes, Surveyor of 69 

Telegraphs and Teleiphones (Do- 
minion Govt.) 72 

Timber Inspectors (Prov.) 68 

Treasury (Prov.) 67 

Vancouver Island 65 

Victoria 233 

Aldermen 64 

Bank Clearances 239 

Blocks, Halls, Public Buildings, 

etc 242 

Board of Trade 235 

Building Statistics 238 

Chinese Section 589 

Churches, etc.' 240 

Civic Officers 234-5 

Clubs, Associations, etc 241 

Committees 64 

Customs Returns 238 

Dominion Government Officials 235-6 

Houses, Names of 242-7 

Immigration Officials 236 

Lodges 241 

Private Residences, Names of. . 242-7 

Public Buildings 242 

Religious Denominations 240 

Schools 236-7 

School Trustees 64 

Secret Societies* Lodges 241 

Street Directory 248 

Trades Unions 239-40 



ABBREVIATIONS 



acct accountant 

appr apprentice 

archt architect 

asst assistant 

ave avenue 

bds boards 

bkpr boolikeeper 

bldg building 

blk block 

blksmth blacksmith 

brtndr bartender 

carp carpenter 

cbtmkr cabinetmaker 

elk clerk 

C.A.P.C Canadian Army 

Pay Corps 

C.O.C Canadian Ordnance 

Corps 

comn commission 

comp compositor 

cond conductor 

conf confectioner 

contr contractor 

cor .^ corner 

C;P.A.S.C Canadian Permanent 

Army Service Corps 

ctr cutter 

dep deputy 

dept department 

dom domestic 

E east 

elec electrician 

emp employee 

eng engineer 

es east side 

expmn expressman 

f rmn foreman 

frgt freight 

gds goods 

gen general 

gni gunner 

"h house 

hipr . helper 

ins insurance 

insp inspector 

■ lab laborer 

It lieutenant 

Ivs lives 



mach machinist 

mdse merchandise 

mnfr manufacturer 

mngr manager 

msgr messenger 

N north 

nr near 

nw northwest 

opp opposite 

opr operator 

P.A.M.C Permanent 

Army Medical Corps 

pass passenger 

photgr photographer 

P.O post office 

pres president 

prin principal 

prop proprietor 

pvt private 

R.C.E Royal Canadian 

Engineers 

R.C.G.A Royal Canadian 

Garrison Artillery 

rd road 

res residence 

Rev Reverend 

rms rooms 

S south 

salsn salesman 

sec secretary 

sgt sergeant , 

smstrs seamstress 

solr solicitor 

stengr stenographer 

supt superintendent 

surv surveyor 

tchr teacher 

tel telephone 

telg telegraph 

tmstr teamster 

trav traveller 

treas treasurer 

uphlstr upholsterer 

vet veterinary 

whol wholesale 

W west 

whsmn warehouseman 

wid widow 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Page 
Aitken & McLellan (Nanaimo Dev. 

, Co.) 17 

Allen & Co left top lines 

Arlington Hotel left foot lines 

Bank of Montreal 4 

Bannerman & Home 

left top lines 

Baxter, Charles S 22 

Baxter & Johnson 22 

Beattie & Hopkins, Nanaimo 47 

Bergstrom-Bjornfelt G 

lower right corner cards. 

Birks, Henry & Sons, Vancouver.. 

right top lines 

Blakemore, William 48 

Bond & Clark 

outside front cover and 10 

Bostock & Co 13 

Bridgman, A. W 14 

B. C. Funeral Furnishing Co 5i 

B. C. Hardware Co., Ltd 

left foot lines 
B. C. Land and Investment Co., 

Ltd right foot lines 

British and Canadian Land Co., 

^ Ltd 11 

Cameron Lumber Co 

right top corner cards 

Canadian Bank of Commerce 3 

Capital Saw and Planing Mill 29 

Challoner & Mitchell 

left top corner cards 

Coleman, R. W 

right top lines and 11 

Coles, Arthur left top lines 

Collegiate School 

right top corner cards 
Colonist Printing and Publishing 

^ Co., Ltd ^ 232 

Corrig College 

left top corner cards 

Coxon & Co back cover and 45 

Cross & Co 13 

Cr.owther, George 49 

Cumberland Hotel 40 

Dan Yock Tong Co 52 

Day & Boggs I5 

Dominion Hotel left top lines 

Drury, R. L., right top corner cards 
Electric Blue Print and Map Co... 17 

Fit-Reform Wardrobe 

left top lines 

Geiger, E. F right foot lines 

Gisborne, Hartley 

left top corner cards 

Goodacre, L. & Sons 

right foot lines 

Great West Life Assurance Co 

left top corner cards 

H. & W. Meat Market, Nanaimo. 

■ right foot lines 



Page 

Hafer, L 51 

Hall, Goepel & Co 9 

Hall & Walker 9 

Hawkins & Hayward 

left top corner cards 

Hayward «fe Dods 31 

Hemans, J. & Co., Nanaimo 

right foot lines 

Hetherington, R 32 

Hickman-Tye Hardware Co., Ltd. 35 
Hilbert Undertaking Parlors, Na- 
naimo 51 

Hinton Electric Co., Ltd 

right top lines 

Holmes, A. Colquhoun 16 

Holmes, Charles 

right top corner cards 

Hoskins, E. A., Nanaimo 

left top corner cards 
Hotels- 
Arlington left foot lines 

Cumberland 40 

Dominion, Victoria 

left top lines 

King Edward, Victoria 

left top lines and 54 

Lakeside, Cowichan 

left foot lines 

Lewisville, Chemainus 

left foot lines 

Quamichan, Duncan 

right foot lines 

Riverside, Courtney 44 

Tzouhalem, Duncan 

left foot lines 

Victoria left foot lines 

Willows, Campbell River 42 

Wilson. Nanaimo 

right top corner cards and 43 

Windsor, Nanaimo 

left top lines and 41 

Howell & Selfe 22 

r.X.L. Stables, Nanaimo 

left top corner cards 

Jameson, W. A., Coffee Co 50 

Jenkins, D. J., Nanaimo 51 

Jones, Griffin W 

left top corner cards 

Kendall, Sewell & Kenah 27 

King Edward Hotel 

left top lines and 54 

Ladysmith Lumber Co., Ltd 24 

Lakeside Hotel, Cowichan 

left foot lines 

The Laurels, Collegiate School .... 

right top corner cards 

Layritz Nursery. .. .left top lines 

Leeming Bros 19 

Leigh, James & Sons 27 

Lemon, Gonnason & Co . 29 



62 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Page 
Lewisville Hotel, Chemainus .... 
left foot lines 

Little, Percy R 

lower right corner cards 

McCann, George 50 

McLean, T. D 44 

McPherson & FuUerton Bros 

outside front cover and left 
foot lines. 

McQuade, L. A., Nanaimo 39 

Mellis, J. M. & Co 

page 2 (inside front cover) 
Melrose Co., Ltd. . . . .left foot lines 
Moore, Wliittington Lumber Co., 

Ltd 28 

Moore & Whittington 28 

Musgrave, Jolin 14 

Mutual Life of Canada 

right top corner cards 

Nagano, J. M. & Co 

right top corner cards 
Nanaimo Development Co., Ltd... 17 

Nanaimo Machine Works 40 

Nanaimo Ship Chandlery 39 

Newton & Greer Co., Ltd 

right top lines 

Northern Crown Bank 5 

North West Real Estate Co 

right foot lines 

Pacific Sheet Metal Works 

lower right corner cards 

Paon Co. . 37 

Parnell, E. G., Vancouver 

right top corner cards 

Pattison & Gotsch 33 

Parker Electric Co 38 

Pemberton, C. C 15 

Pemberton & Son 8 

Pimbury, E. & Co., Nanaimo .... 

right foot lines 

Planta, A. E., Ltd., Nanaimo .... 

right top lines 

Plimley Automobile Co 

left top lines 
Point Ellice Saw and Planing Mills 27 

Price Bros left foot lines 

Printing Trades Council 46 

Prior, E. G. & Co., Ltd 34 

Quamichan Hotel, Duncan 

right foot lines 
Queen's Market. .. .right foot lines 

Rebbeck, James K 12 

Red Fir Lumber Co., Ltd 25 

Rickaby, J. B. H., 16 

Rithet, R. P. & Co 18 

Riverside Hotel, Courtney 44 

Robertson's Iron Works 33 

Ross Bay Nurseries 

lower right corner cards 

St. Ann's Academy 49 

Sampson, W. Curtis 5 



Page 

Sayward, J. A 23 

Semi-Ready Wardrobe 

right top lines 

Shawnigan Lake Lumber Co 26 

Shore Hardware Co 

right top lines 

Siddall, Hinkson & Son 50 

Spencer, David, Ltd 21 

Staneland Co., Ltd 32 

Sweeney & McConnell 

right top corner cards 

Swinerton & Oddy 7 

Taylor Mill Co., Ltd 29 

Thorpe & Co 

left top corner cards and 
backbone. 

Thulin Bros. & Hannan 42 

Tim Kee 52 

Turner, Beeton & Co., Ltd 20 

Tzouhalem Hotel, Duncan 

left foot lines 

Union Trust Co., Toronto 

right top lines and 11 

University School 

outside front cover and left 
foot lines. 
Victoria Boat and Engine Co., 

Ltd 36 

Victoria Floral Co 

lower right corner cards 

Victoria Fuel Co 

outside front cover and left 
foot lines. 

Victoria Hotel left foot lines 

Victoria Institute of Turkish Baths 
lower right corner cards 

Victoria Sheet Metal Work 33 

Victoria Steam Dye Works 50 

Victoria Transfer Co., Ltd 56 

Victoria Truck and Dray Co 

lower right corner cards 

Ward, Robert & Co., Ltd 6 

The Week 48 

Weiler Bros right top lines 

Wenborn, R. J., Nanaimo 40 

West End Grocery Co 

right foot lines 

"Westward Ho" Magazine 48 

Williams B. & Co. ..right top lines 

Willows Hotel, Campbell River 42 

Wilson Hotel, Nanaimo 

right top corner cards and 43 

Windsor Hotel, Nanaimo 

left top lines and 41 

Wood Bros • 

lower right corner cards and 55 

Woodward, A. J 

lower right corner cards 

Woodworkers, Ltd 30 

Yoxall Poultry Farm 

left top corner cards 



ADDENDA 



The following are the various Municipal Councils, etc., for 1909 — elected 
January, 1909. 

CUMBERLAND 

Mayor — D. R. McDonald. 

DUNCAN 

Board of Trade- 
President — ^T. A. Wood. 
Vice-President — W. P. Jaynes. 
Secretary — A. Peterson. 

Board of Council— J. H. Whittome, F. H. Price, C. H. Dickie, T. Pitt, A. H. 
Hanharn, J. I. Mutter, W. Gidley and C. Bazett. 

LADYSMITH 

Mayor — D. Nicholson. 

Aldermen — George Roberts, Murdoch Matheson, Colin Campbell, George Ha- 
worth, W. S. Brown, and David McKinnell. 

NANAIMO 

Mayor — Thomas Hodgson. 

Aldermen — Fred Bushy, Richard Booth, Harry Shepherd, E. G. Cavalsky, 
John W. Graham, Henry McRae, A. E. Planta, Alex. Forrester, and John 
Shaw. 
School Trustees — A. E. Planta, John Shaw and Edward Quennell. 

NORTH COWICHAN 

Reeve — A. C. Aitken, Duncan. 

Councillors — Quamichan Ward, T. Pitt, Duncan; Comiaken-Cowichan, H. W. 

Bevan, Duncan; Somenos, J. Islay Mutter, Duncan; Chemainus, H. 

Bonsall, Chemainus. 
School Trustees — H. Bonsall, Chemainus; Mrs. Wellburn, Duncan; J. Islay 

Mutter, Duncan; W. Herd, Somenos; Sej-mour Green, Somenos. 

NORTH SAANICH 

Reeve — George Sangster. 

Councillors — ^South Ward, Louis Herber and Mark Hewitt; North Ward, Ru- 

fus Horth and Alexander McDonald. 
School Trustees — C. E. White-Birch, James Wesley Brethour and George 

Simpson. 

OAK BAY 

Reeve — William Henderson. 

Councillors — North Ward, W. E. Oliver and J. Herrick McGregor; Centre 

Ward, William Noble and F. B. Pemberton; South Ward, S. R. Newton 

and J. L. Colbert. 
School Trustees — T. S. Gore, E. G. Henshall, Mrs. A. E. Johnston, C. R. 

Stewart and F. H. Wollaston. 



64 ADDENDA 

SAANICH 

Reeve — Frederick G. Quick, Royal Oak. 

Councillors — Ward 1, Joseph NicTiolson, Jr., Victoria; Ward 2, Ernest B. 

Sewell, Maywood; Ward 3, Robert Scott, Mt. Tolmie; Ward 4, Charles B. 

Jones, Strawberry Vale; Ward 5, George C. Mannix, Royal Oak; Ward 6, 

Henry F. Haldon, Turgoose. 
School Trustees — Chas. E. King, Mt. Tolmie; Wm. Campbell, Royal Oak; 

John G. McKay, Keating; Henry J. Dunn, Maywood; Fred. M. Garland, 

Mt. Tolmie. 

VICTORIA 

Mayoi — Dr. Lewis Hall. 
Aldermen 

Ward 1 — Wm. J. Mable and Wm. Ross. 

Ward 2 — H. F. Bishop and W. M. R. Humber. 

Ward 3 — Alexander Stewart and W. F. Fullerton. 

"Ward 4 — Percy A. Raymond and Alexander McKeown. 

Ward 5 — John A. Turner and A. Henderson. 
School Trustees— George Jay, W. E. Staneland, P. J. Riddell, G. D. Christie, 

A. B. McNeill, Mrs. Jenkins and David Mcintosh. 

COMMITTEES 
('The first named Alderman on each committee is the chairman.) 
Finance — Aldermen Henderson, McKeown, Stewart, Bishop and Mable. 
Streets, Bridges, Sewers and Water — The Mayor and Council, E. W. Bradley, 
secretary (Alderman Turner, chairman.) 

Electric Light — Aldermen Mable, Humber, Fullerton, Raymond and Turner. 

Legislation — Aldermen Stewart, Mable, McKeown, Henderson and Bishop. 

Fire Wardens — Aldermen Fullerton, Raymond, Humber, Mable and Henderson. 

Home for the Aged and Infirm — ^Aldermen Bishop, Ross, Stewart, McKeown and 
Turner. 

Health land Morals — Aldermen Raymond, Henderson, Fullerton, Bishop and Ross. 

Cemetery — Aldermen McKeown, Turner, Fullerton, Humber and Ross. 

Public Parks Board — The Mayor, Aldermen Henderson and Turner, 

and Messrs. John Arbuthnot, F. B. Pemberton, John Nelson and George H. 

Wilkerson. 

ADDITIONS 

Brown, Hillis & Co., lumbermen, G. R. Brown, mgr., 1006 Government. 
Currie & Power (A. W. Currie & R. A. Power), real estate and insce., 1214 

Douglas. 
Nootka Marble Quarries, Ltd., F. H. Mayhew. sec, 633 Yates. 
Pacific Printery (E. G. C. Rowebottom and A. D. Campbell), 1110 Government. 
Tomlinson, James H. & Co., boots and shoes, 1116 Government. 



VANCOUVER ISLAND 



Vancouver Island is separated from the mainland of British Columbia by 
Queen Charlotte Sound and the Straits of Georgia, and from the State of Wash- 
ington, U.S.A., by the Haro, and Juan de Fuca Straits. Its extreme length, from 
Gonzales Point to Cape Scott is 285 miles and its greatest "breadth 80 miles. Its 
total area is 16,400 square miles, about 10,000,000 acres. A chain of mountains 
runs practically the whole length of the Island, being intersected by fertile val- 
leys and numerous rivers and lakes. The coast line is very extensive and in- 
dented with numerous deep bays and many excellent harbours. 

The Island was first visited by white man in 1592, when Juan de Fuca sailed 
into the Straits which now bear his name. From then until 1778 it was visited 
by several Spanish navigators — in that year Captain Cook cast anchor in Nootka 
Sound, and the observations he then made were duly reported in England, with 
the result that in 1788, Captain Meares established a permanent fur trading set- 
tlement on Nootka Sound. This settlement was destroyed by the Spaniards in 
the following year. During 1792 and the subsequent years Captain George Van- 
couver made a survey of the coast, and established the existence of Vancouver 
Island, which hitherto was thought to be joined to the mainland. From that 
date until 1848, fur trading was carried on to a small extent, but in that year, 
James Douglas established the headquarters of the Hudson Bay Company for 
the Pacific Slope at Camosun, now Victoria City. 

In 1849 the Island was created a Crown Colony, which was granted repre- 
sentative government in 1856. In 1858 the Island and the Mainland west of the 
Rockies were united and 'became the Crown Colony of British Columbia, which 
later on became a province of the Canadian Confederation in 1871. 

Coal mining and lumbering are the chief industries, but fishing, quartz min- 
ing, cOiPper smelting, shipbuilding and whaling have made rapid strides within 
the last few years and are now assuming large proportions. There are many 
prosperous agricultural communities along the line of the Esquimalt and Na- 
naimo Railway, and in the Comox districts. 

A brief description of each place on Vancouver Island and the Islands ad- 
jacent will be found in the Directory. 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 

(Entered Confederation 20th July, 1871.) 



Lieutenant-Governor His Honour James Dunsmuir 

Private Secretary H. J. S. Muskett 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

President of the Council The Honourable Francis L. Carter-Cotton 

Provincial Secretary The Honourable Henry Esson Toung, M.D. 

Attorney-General The Honourable Wm. John Bowser 

Chief Commissioner of Lands The Hon. Frederick J. Fulton, K.C. 

Minister of Works The Hon. Thomas Taylor 

Minister of Finance and Agriculture The Honourable Robert Garnett Tatlow 

Minister of Mines The Honourable Richard McBride, K.C. (Premier) 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 

(Elected February 2nd, 1907; term expires, 1910.) 

Speaker The Honourable David MacEwen Eberts, K.C. 

Clerk Legislative Assembly Thornton Fell 

Constituency Represented. Name. 

Alberni Harlan Carey Brewster 

Atlin Hon. Henry Esson Toung. M.D. 

Cariboo Harry Jones and John MacKay Yorston 

Chilliwhack Charles William Munro 

Columbia H. G. Parson 

Comox Robert Grant 

Cowichan William Henry Hay ward 

Cranbrook James Horace King, M.D. 

Delta John Oliver 

Dewdney William J. Manson 

Esquimau John Jardine 

Fernie William Roderick Ross, K.C. 

Grand Forks John Mclnnis 

Greenwood George Ratcliff e Naden 

Islands Albert Edward McPhillips, K.C. 

Kamloops Hon. Frederick John Fulton, K.C. 

Kaslo V Neil Franklin MacKay 

Lillooet Mark Robert Eagleson 

Nanaimo City James Hurst Hawthorn thwaite 

Nelson City George Arthur Benjamin Hall, M.D. 

New Westminster City Thomas Gifford 

Newcastle Parker Williams 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 67 

Constituency Represented. Name. 

Okanagan Price Ellison 

Revelstoke Th omas Taylor 

Richmond .Hon. Francis L. Carter-Cotton 

Rossland City James Alexander Macdonald, K.C. 

Saanich Hon. David MacBwen Eberts, K.C. 

Similkameen Lytton Wilmot Shatford 

Skeena William Thomas Kergin, M.D. 

Slocan William Hunter 

Vancouver City — 

William John Bowser, K.C, James Ford Garden, C.E., Alexander Henry 

Boswell Macgowan, George Albert McGuire, D.D.S., Hon. Robert Garnett 

Tatlow 
Victoria City — 

Henry Frederick William Behnsen, Frederick Davey, Hon. Richard 

McBride, K.C, Henry Broughton Thomson 

Yale Stuart Henderson 

Ymir James Hargraves Scholefield 

PREVIOUS LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORS 

Hon. J. W. Trutch 20th July, 1871 

Hon. A. N. Richards 20th July, 1876 

Hon. C F. Cornwall 20th July, 1881 

Hon. Hugh Nelson 28th March, 1887 

Hon. Edgar Dewdney. . .Y> 9th November, 1892 

Hon. Thos. R. Mclnnes 1st December, 1897 

Hon. Sir Henri Gustave Joly de Lotbiniere, K.C, M.G 21st June, 1901 



PREMIER'S OFFICE 

Premier Hon. Richard McBride 

Private Secretary L. Macrae 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT 

Provincial Secretary Hon. H. E. Young 

Deputy Provincial Secretary A. Campbell Reddie 

Chief Clerk W. Gordon 

Assistant Chief Clerk P. de N. Walker 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES 

Minister of Mines Hon. R. McBride 

Deputy Minister of Mines R. F. Tolmie 

Mineralogist W. P. Robertson 

Assistant Mineralogist and Assayer H. Carmichael 

Inspectors of Mines J. McGregor, T. Morgan and A. Dick 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND AGRICULTURE 
Treasury 

Minister of Finance and Agriculture Hon. R. G. Tatlow 

Deputy Minister of Finance J. McB. Smith 

Audit Office 

Auditor-General J. A. Anderson 

Auditor H. A. S. Morley 

Inspector of Offices and Financial Inspector of Hospitals W. J. Goepel 



68 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Agricultural Branch 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture R. M. Palmer 

Inspector of Fruit Pests T. Cunningham 

Assistant Inspector of Fruit Pests W. H. Lyne 

Inspector of Animals A. Knight 

LANDS AND WORKS DEPARTMENT 
Lands Branch 

Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works Hon. F. J. Fulton 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works R. A. Renwick 

Chief Clerk H. Cathcart 

Mining Recorder G. V. Cuppage 

Surveyor-General E. B. McKay 

Works Branch 

Minister of Works Thomas Taylor 

Public Works Engineer F. C. Gamble 

Assistant Public Works Engineers E. Mohun and D. R. Irvine 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

Attorney-General Hon. W. J. Bowser 

Deputy Attorney-General H. A. Maclean 

Chief Clerk H. Crane 

LAND REGISTRY OFFICES 

Victoria 

Registrar S. Y. Wootton 

Chief Clerk E. M. Port 

Vancouver 
Registrar T. O. Townley 

New Westminster 
Registrar C. S. Keith 

Kami oops 
Registrar W. H. Edmonds 

Nelson 
Registrar H. F. MacLeod 

Prince Rupert 
Registrar Wm. E. Burritt 

GAME PROTECTION 
Game Warden A. Bryan Williams 

TIMBER INSPECTORS 

Timber Inspector R. j. Skinner 

Assistant Timber Inspectors J. R. Martin and A. Carney 

Forest Ranger G. D. McKay 

Supervisor of Log-sealers A. Haslam 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 69 

LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 
Librarian E. O. S. Sch olefield 

STEAM BOILER INSPECTORS 

Chief Inspector j. peclc 

Inspectors— Victoria S. Baxter and J. D. Kay 

Vancouver G. O. Madigan 

New Westminster G. C. McGown and J. Downie 

STATISTICAL BUREAU 

Statistician R. Edward Gosnell 

SURVEYOR OF TAXES AND INSPECTOR OF REVENUE 
Surveyor and Inspector J. B. McKilligan 

ASSESSOR'S OFFICE 

Assessor j. k. Worsfold 

Deputy Assessor G. Thomson 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 

Supreme and County Courts 
Victoria 

Chief Justice Hon. Gordon Hunter 

j" Hon. Paulus A. Irving 

Puisne Judges . . J "«"• ^^^^^er Martin 

Hon. Aulay Morrison 
[Hon. W. H. P. Clement 

County Court Judge Peter S. Lampman 

District Registrar, Supreme Court D. H. Tyrwhitt Drake 

Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court J. H. Austin 

Registrar, County Court H. Combe 

Official Stenographer J. Gilbert 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES 

Victoria George Jay 

Nanaimo B. M. Tarwood 

Duncan Alfred H. Lomas 

Cumberland James A. Abrams 

Alberni H. C. Rayson 

PROVINCIAL POLICE 

Superintendent F. S. Hussey 

Sergeant F. R. Murray 



70 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS 

Printing Office, Victoria 

King's Printer and Controller of Stationery R. Wolfenden 

Chief Clerk R- W. Clarke 

Foreman Composing Room James Pottinger 

Foreman Press Room W. H. Clark 

Foreman Book Binding Branch R. T. Williams 

PROVINCIAL MUSEUM 
Curator F. Kermode 

EDUCATION 

Superintendent of Education A. Robinson 

Inspector of Education D. Wilson 

Secretary G. Cruickshank 

PROVINCIAL BOARD OF HEALTH 

Secretary C. J. Fagan, M.D. 

Bacteriologist W. Bapty, M.D. 



List of Mining Recorders, Province B. C. 

ALBERNI DISTRICT 

ClayoQuot Mining Division W. T. Dawley 

Quatsino Mining Division O. A. Sherberg 

ATLIN DISTRICT 

Atlin Mining Division J. Cartmel 

BOUNDARY DISTRICT 

Grand Forks Mining Division S. R. Almond 

Greenwood Mining Division George Cunningham 

Osoyoos Mining Division H. A. Turner 

CARIBOO DISTRICT 

Cariboo Mining Division R. C. S. Rundall 

Quesnel Mining Division Charles W. Grain 

CASSIAR DISTRICT 

Bella Coola Mining Division Wm. Manson 

Liard River Mining Division James Porter 

Queen Charlotte Islands Mining Division E. M. Sandilands 

Skeena River Mining Division Wm. Manson 

Stlkine River Mining Division James Porter 

FORT STEELE DISTRICT 

Fort Steele Mining Division A. C. Nelson 



MINING RECORDERS 71 



GOLDEN DISTRICT 

Golden Mining Division F. H. Bacon 

Windermere Mining Division E. J. Scovil 

KAMLOOPS DISTRICT 

Ashcroft Mining Division Harold P. Christie 

Kamloops Mining Division E. T. W. Pearse 

Nicola Mining Division George Murray 

Slmilkameen Mining Division Hugh Hunter 

Yale Mining Division. Wm. Dodd 

LILLOOET DISTRICT 

Clinton Mining Division ' Fred Soues 

LillO'Oet Mining Division Caspar Phair 

NANAIMO DISTRICT 

Nanaimo Mining Division Marshal Bray 

NELSON DISTRICT 

Arrow Lake Mining Division W. Scott 

Nelson Mining Division Percy J. Gleazer 

OMINECA DISTRICT 
Omineca Mining Division James Kirby 

REVELSTOKE DISTRICT 

Lardeau Mining Division Benj. E. Drew 

Revelstoke Mining Division W. E. McLauchlin 

Trout Lake Mining Division F. C. Campbell 

ROSSLAND DISTRICT 

Trail Creek Mining Division J. E. Hooson 

SLOGAN DISTRICT 

Ainsw'orth Mining Division R. J. Stenson 

Slocan Mining Division Angus Mclnnes 

Slocan City Mining Division H. R. Jorand 

Trout Lake Mining Division F. C. Campbell 



VERNON DISTRICT 

Vernon Mining Division H. F. Wilmot 

VICTORIA DISTRICT 

New Westminster Mining Division John Mahony 

Victoria Mining Division G. V. Cuppage 



72 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT AGENTS 

IN THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 
Agency Agent Address. 

Alberni Herbert Charles Rayson Alberni . 

Atlin James A. Eraser, S.M AtHn. 

Ashcroft Harold P. Christie, S.M Ashcroft. 

Barkerville George J. Walker Barkerville. 

Clinton Frederick Soues Clinton. 

Comox John Baird Cumberland. 

Cowichan Alfred H. Lomas, S.M Duncan. 

Cranbrook J. F. Armstrong, S.M Cranbrook. 

Fairview James R. Brown, S.M Fairview. 

Fernie John Hugh McMullin, S.M. . . Fernie. 

Golden John E. Griffith, S.M Golden. 

Grand Forks Sidney R. Almond Grand Forks. 

Greenwood William G. McMynn, S.M Greenwood. 

Hazelton Fred. W. Valleau, S.M Hazelton. 

Kamloops George C. Tunstall, S.M Kamloops. 

Nanaimo Marshall ^ray, J.P Nanaimo. 

Nelson Harry Wright Nelson. 

New Westminster S. A. Fletcher (acting) New Westminster. 

Nicola George Murray, J.P Nicola. 

150 Mile House Chas. "W. Grain 150 Mile House. 

Revelstoke .... Robert Gordon, S.M., J.P. . . . Revelstoke. 

Rossland John Kirkup, S.M Rossland. 

Skeena River William Manson, S.M Prince Rupert. 

Slocan E. E. Chipman, S.M., J.P. . . Kaslo. 

Telegraph Creek .Jas. Porter, S.M • Telegraph Creek. 

Vernon Leonard Norris, S.M Vernon. 



DOMINION GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE 

LINES 

On Vancouver Island and Adjacent Islands 

Superintendent William Henderson 

Assistant Superintendent J. G. Brown 

Victoria and Cape Beale Telegraph Line 

Place. Agent. A ddress. 

Victoria William Dee Victoria. 

Sooke (Milne's Landing) . E. Milne .* Milne's Land. 

Otter Point Mrs. Kate Gordon Otter Point. * 

Jordan River E. Clark Shirley. 

Slide Hill Murdoch Hay Shirley. 

Port Renfrew Mrs. E. C. Williams Port Renfrew. 

Camp Bay Joseph Martin Port Renfrew. 

Carmanah W. P. Daykin Victoria. 

Clo-oose J. S. Murphy Port Renfrew. 

Darling River W. Logan Port Renfrew. 

Banfield Mrs. Geo. Scott Banfield. 

Alberni and Nanaimo Telegraph Line 
Place. Agent. Address. 

Alberni Mrs. P. Haslam Alberni. 

Cameron Lake Thomas B. McBey Parksville. 

Parksville Mrs. R. G. Williams Parksville. 

Nanoose Bay P. L. Good Arlington Hotel P. O. 

Nanaimo A. M. Oliver Nanaimo. 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 73 



Albernl and Clayoquot Telegraph Line 
Place. Agent. Address. 

Alberni Mrs. P. A. Haslam Alberni. 

New Alberni A. E. Waterhouse New Alberni. 

Uchucklesit F. Tyler Alberni. 

Toquart J. E. Hillier Ucluelet. 

Ucluelet H. J. Hillier Ucluelet. 

Clayoquot E. B. Garrard Clayoquot. 

Alberni and Cape Beale Telegraph Line 

Alberni Mrs. P. A. Haslam Alberni. 

Banfield Mrs. George Scott Banfleld. 

Nanaimo and Comox Telegraph Line 

Place. Agent. Address. 

Nanaimo A. M. Oliver Nanaimo. 

Nanoose Bay P. L. Good Arlington Hotel P. O. 

Parksville Mrs. R. G. Williams Parksville. 

Crump's Stopping Place. . Mrs. Crump French Creek. 

Union Bay James McNeill Union Bay. 

Cumberland A. H. Peacy Cumberland. 

Courtney J. McPhee and Son Courtney. 

Comox Miss Bessie Macdonald Comox. 

Wireless Stations at Victoria, Cape Lazo, Tatoosh, Estevan and Pachena. 

Vancouver Island, Salt Spring Island, Pender Island, Mayne Island and Galliano 

Island Telephone Line 

Agents at Duncan, Maple Bay, Chisholm's Farm (Duncan), South Salt 
Spring, Salt Spring Island, Beaver Point (Salt Spring Island), Ganges (Salt 
Spring Island), South Pender Island, North Pender Island, Mayne Island, Point 
Comfort Hotel (Mayne Island), Galiano Island, and Gabriola Island. 



MILITARY DISTRICT NO. 1 1 

British Columbia and Yukon Territory. 
Headquarters, Victoria, B. C. 

District Officer Commanding Brev.-Col. J. G. Holmes 

District Staff Adjutant Major C. C. Bennett 

Principal Medical Officer Lt.-Col. J. A. Grant, P.A.M.C. 

District Paymaster Capt. E. R. Tooley 

TROOPS IN THE COMMAND 

Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery, No. 5 Company (Esquimalt). Capt. P. 
Elliston, Capt. A. D. MacDonald, Lieut. W. G. Hagarty. 

Royal Canadian Engineers (Esquimalt). Capt. H. T. Hughes. 

Canadian Permanent Army Service Corps, Detachment No. 5, Esquimalt. 
Lieut. F. B. Eaton. 

Permanent Army Medicail Corps, Detachment No. 9, Esquimalt. Lt.-Col. J. 
A. Grant, Major E. C. Hart. 

Canadian Ordnance Corps, Detachment No. 11, Esquimalt. Capt. W. F. C. 
Sullivan. 

Canadian Army Pay Corps, Detachment No. 6, Victoria. Capt. E. R. Tooley. 

5th Regiment, Canadian Garrison Artillery, Victoria (Militia). (1st Bat- 
talion), Lt.-Col. J. A. Hall, CO., Major W. Ridgway-Wilson (Acting Adjutant), 
Majors Currie and Hibben. 

6th Regiment (infantry), "Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles." Headquarters, 
Vancouver. 

Rocky Mountain Rangers. Headquarters, Nelson. 

Kootenay Rifles. Headquarters, Fernie. 



74 STEAMERS 



H. M. ROYAL NAVY 

Dockyard, Esquimalt. 
Admiralty Agent George Phillips 

H. M. S. Shearwater — Commander, Charles W. G. Crawford; 1st Lieutenant, 
Robin C. Dalglish; Lieutenant (N.), Cecil C. Heycock; Sub-Lieutenant, Thomas 
G. A. Moncrieffe; Surgeon, William E. Gribbele; Assistant Paymaster, Arthur 
F. Weston; Ch. Art. Engineer, Alfred Sherriff; Gunner, Benjamin W. Pitt. 

H. M. S. Egeria — Captain, John F. Parry; Lieutenants, John S. Nares, 
Oswald T. Hodgson, John H. Nankivell (N.), Hon. Evelyn A. G. Gore-Langton; 
Archibald C. Bell, Cecil P. Chearnley; Surgeon, Godfrey Taylor, M.B., B.A.; 
Assistant Paymaster, Horace Baird; Ch. Art. Engineer, Wm. H. Hall; Boatswain, 
John de St. Croix. 

H. M. S. Algerine — Commander, Edwin H. Edwards; Lieutenants, Cecil H. 
H. Sams, Gordon R. Bald, Graham C. Glen (N.) ; Surgeon, Alfred H. Hewitt; 
Assistant Paymaster In charge, Maurice G. B. Brown; Gunner, Edward H. Capell. 



STEAMERS 

Albert Lea (Tug) — Alberni Packing Co., Owners. D. H. MacDonald, Master. 
Albion (Tugboat) — Pacific Towing & Lighterage Co., Owners. J. Keenan, 

Master. 
Alert (Ferry) — Nanalmo. 

Algerine, H. M. S. — Edwin H. Edwards, Commander. 
Ajax (Dominion Government Dredge) — John M. Newcombe, Captain. 
Amur — C. P. R., Owners. 
Aorangi — Canadian- Australian Line. 
Athens — J. Robertson, Owner and Master. 
Beatrice (Tug) — Albert Berquist, Owner and Master. 
Bessie Dollar — M. S. Dollar Co., Owners. Alex. Gow, Captain. 
Boyden, J. E. — Boyden Tugboat Co., Ltd., Owners. 
Butte (Tug) — Albert Berquist, Owner and Master. 
Camosun — Union S.S. Co., Owners. Capt. Saunders. 
Cascade — Leeming Bros., Ltd., Agents. Henry R. Bilton, Master. 
Charmer — C. P. R., Owners. Robt. A. Hunter, Master. 
Chieftain (Tug) — Cunningham & Co. (Port Essington), Owners. J. F. Noel, 

Master. 
Chippewa — International S.S. Co., Owners (Seattle). 
City of Nanaimo — E. & N. Ry., Owners. Douglas Brown, Master. 
Columbia (Mission Ship) — Rev. John Antle, Captain. 
Czar (Tug) — C. P. R., Owners. Wm. L. Gilchrist, Master. 
Daisy (Tug) — Victor Lumber Co., Owners. N. Bonde, Master. 
Distributor — G. T. P. Ry., Owners. S. P. Johnson, Master. 
Dolaura — Hon. James Dunsmuir, Owner. James Shenton, R.N., Master; 

John Kerr, Chief Officer; Alexander Smith, 2nd Officer; James Dixon, 

Chief Engineer. 
Dominion (Tug) — John Goodwin, Owner and Master. 
Dora Sayward (Tug) — ^^^m. Heater, Master. 

Edna Grace (Tug) — H. C. Brewster, Owner. Stanley Fraser, Master. 
Egeria, H. M. S. — John F. Parry, Commander. 
Empress of China — C. P. R., Owners. Capt. Archibald. 
Empress of India — C. P. R., Owners. Capt. Pybus. 
Empress of Japan — C. P. R. Owners. 

Feme (Tug) — Capt. W. E. Gardner, Owner and Master. 
Florence (Tug) — J. H. Todd & Sons, Owners. 
Forrager — B. & K. M. Co., Owners. Wm. Donaldson, Master. 
Georgia — Canadian-Mexican Line. P. McCalmont, Master. 
Glenear — Thomas Richards, Master. 



STEAMERS 75 

Hope (Tug) — Sayward Mill, Owners. Capt. Nelson, Master. 

Ibis — Canadian Government Fisheries. F. Laird, Master. 

Iroquois — A. A. Sears, Master. 

Iroquois — International S. S. Co., Owners. 

J. L. Card — Leeming Bros., Ltd., Agents. H. A. Lund, Master. 

Jack Stuart — Archibald Stuart, Owner (Duncan). W. H. Travis, Master. 

Joan — E. & N. Ry. Co., Owners. J. Ritchie, Master. 

Leebro — Leeming Bros., Ltd., Agents. J. Hunter, Master. 

Liilooet — Canadian Government Hydrographic Survey Steamer. P. C. Mus- 
grave, Master. 

Lonsdale — Canadian-Mexican Line. A. Lindgern, Master. 

'Lome (Tug) — Paget Sound Tugboat Co., Owners. Capt. Bachelor. 

Miadge — Dominion Government, Owners. G. Riley, Master. 

Makura — Canadian-Australian Line. 

Manuka — Canadian-Australian Line. 

Manama — Canadian-Australian Line. 

Maude — B. C. Salvage Co., Owners. 

Melville Dollar — M. S. Dollar Co.. Owners. 

Moana — Canadian-Australian Line. 

Monteagle — C. P. R., Owners. Capt. Davidson. 

Mud Lark — Dominion Government Dredge. Capt. Thomas Brown. 

Nanoose (Tug) — C. P. R., Owners. T. S. Guns, Master. 

Nidge — Ladysmith Lumber Co., Owners. F. C. Laird, Master. 

Orion — Pacific Whaling Co., Owners. W. Balcom, Master. 

Oscar — Leeming Bros., Ltd., Agents. Alex. McDonald, Master. 

Otter — C. P. R., Owners. C. Campbell, Master. 

Owen — Marion Tugboat Co., Ltd. J. C. Stannard, Master. 

Pender (Tug) — Harris Bros., Owners, Pender Island. 

Petrel (Tug) — Canadian Government, Owners. Capt. Barry. 

Pilot (Tug) — James Dunsmuir, Owner. O. Scarf, Master. 

Port Simpson — H. B. Co., Owners. T. J. Jackman, Master. 

Princess (Tug) — Canadian Government, Owners. Wm. Beynon, Master. 

Princess Beatrice — C. P. R., Owners. W. O. Hughes, Master. 

Princess Charlotte — C. P. R., Owners. T. O. Griffin, Master. 

Princess Ena — C. P. R. Owners. W. H. Whitley, Master. 

Princess May — C. P. R., Owners. John McLeod, Master. 

Princess Royal — C. P. R., Owners. L. P. Locke, Master. 

Princess Victoria — C. P. R., Owners. P. J. Hickey, Master. 

Quadra, C. G. S. — Chas. Hackett, Master. 

Queen (Tug) — Queen City Trading & Transportation Co., Ltd., Owners. 
J. Pymm, Master. 

Queen City — C. P. R., Owners. C. D. Neroutsos, Master. 

Ranger — Mace & Co., of Nanaimo, Owners. R. MacMickan, Master. 

Red Fir (Tug) — Red Fir Lumber Co., Owners. C. Rush, Master. 

Restorer (Cable Ship) — B. C. Combe, Master; A. Richardson, Chief Officer. 

Rithet — C. P. R.. Owners. 

Sadie (Tug) — Swinerton & Oddy, Agents. James Olson^ Master. 

Salvoi — B. C. Salvage, Owners. Charles J. Harris, Master. 

Selkirk — Wm. Grant, Owner. A. Gronland, Master. 

Shamrock (Tug) — Capt. Michael Hare, Owner and Master. 

Shearwater, H. M. S. — Charles W. G. Crawford, Commander. 

Spray (Tug) — Swinerton & Oddy, Agents. Dan. McPherson, Master. 

St. Lawrence — Pacific Whaling Co., Owners. 

Stanley Dollai — M. S. Dollar Co., Owners. L. Casey, Master. 

Stetson (Tugboat) — Queen City Trading & Transportation Co., Ltd., Owners. 
T. Aaroe, Master. 

Tasmania— G. A. Huff, Master and Owner. 
Tees — C. P. R., Owners. J. O. Townsend, Master. 

Trader — Gulf Steamship & Trading Co., Ltd., Owners. Henry Parson," 
Master. 



76 STEAMERS 



Troubadour (Tug) — Barclay Sound Cedar Co., Owners. 

Vadso — Boscowitz S.S. Co., Owners. Capt. Johnson. 

Venture — Boscowitz S.S. Co., Owners. Michael Goulding, Master. 

Wellington — R. Dunsmuir & Sons, 0\\ ners. Melville F. Cutler, Master. 

Whatcom — International S.S. Co., Owners (Seattle). 

William Jolliffe— B. C. Salvage Co. F. C. Stratford, master. 



STEAMER ROUTES AROUND VANCOUVER ISLAND 

EAST COAST— 

Islands — S.S. "Iroquois" sails from Sidney for the various Islands of the 
Gulf of Georgia according to the following Schedule, which is in force 
all the year round: 

MONDAY — Leave Sidney, calling at Pier Island, Fulford Harbour, Port 

Washington, Mayne Island, Ganges, Retreat Cove, Gabriola and Nanaimo. 
TUESDAY — Leave Nanaimo for Gabriola, Chemainus, Vesuvius Bay, Crofton, 

Maple Bay and Burgoyne Bay, Musgrave's and Sidney. 
WEDNESDAY — Leave Sidney for Moresby Island, Beaver Point, Bullman 

& Allison's Mill, Ganges, Mayne Island, Galiano, North Pender, Saturna, 

South Pender, Hill Island and Sidney. 
THURSDAY — Leave Sidney for Cowichan Bay, Musgrave's, Burgoyne, 

Maple Bay, Crofton, Vesuvius Bay, Chemainus, Gabriola and Nanaimo. 
FRIDAY — Leave Nanaimo for Gabriola, Retreat Cove, Mayne Island, Ganges, 

Bullman & Allison's Mill, Fulford Harbour, Pier Island and Sidney. 
SATURDAY — Leave Sidney for Hill Island, South Pender, Saturna, North 

Pender, Galiano, Mayne Island, Ganges, Bullman & Allison's Mill, Beaver 

Point, Moresby Island and Sidney. 

Comox District — S.S. "Queen City" (or other steamer) leaves Nanaimo on 
Sunday nights for Comox, calling at Beaver Creek, Little Qualicum, Big 
Qualicum, Denman Island and Union Bay. 

S.S. "City of Nanaimo" leaves Nanaimo on Wednesdays and Fridays 
for Union Bay and Comox. 

Nanaimo — S.S. "City of Nanaimo" leaves Victoria every Tuesday morning 
for Nanaimo and leaves Nanaimo on the return journey every Saturday. 

NORTHEAST COAST— 

Campbell River and all places north thereof are reached by steamers from 
Vancouver City. S.S. "Queen City" (or other steamer) leaves Vancouver 
every Wednesday, calling at Van Anda, Campbell River, Quathiaskl Cove, 
Rock Bay, Salmon River, Port Harvey, Boat Harbor, Alert Bay, Sointula, 
Port Rupert and Hardy Bay. S.S. "Amur," "Princess May," and "Princess 
Beatrice" call at Campbell River and Alert Bay on their way north. 

WEST COAST— 

S.S. "Tees," sailing from Victoria three times a month, calls at the following 
places on the West Coast, according to special schedule issued by the 
C. P. R.: Banfleld Creek, Cape Scott, Carmanah, Clayoquot, Clo-oose, 
Dodger's Cove, Ehatesct, Hesquiat, Kyuquot, Mosquito Harbor, New 
Alberni, Nootka, Port Renfrew, Quatsino, Sechart, Sidney Inlet, Uchuck- 
lisit and Ucluelet. 



CANADIAN GOVERNMENT 

Seat of Government, Ottawa. 
Governor- Genera I — His Excellency The Right Honorable Earl Grey, G.C.M.G. 

Deputy Governor General and Administrator — The Right Hon. Sir Charles Fitz- 
patrick, Kt. P.C, K.C.,, Chief Justice of Canada. 

Secretary and Military Secretary — Colonel Sir J. Hanbury-Williams, K.C.V.O., 
C.M.G. 

Aides-de-damps — Capt. D. O. C. Newton, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex 
Regiment) ; Lt. P. A. U. Pickering, Royal Scots Greys. 

CABINET 

Prime Minister and President of the King's Privy Council — The Right Hon. Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier, G.C.M.G., P.C, D.C.L. 

Minister of Trade and Commerce — The Right Hon. Sir Richard John Cartwright. 

Secretary of State — Hon. Charles Murphy. 

Minister of Justice — Hon. A. B. Aylesworth, K.C. 

Minister of Marine & Fisheries — Hon. Louis P. Brodeur. 

Minister of Militia and Defence — Hon. Sir Frederick William Borden, K.C.M.G. 

Postmaster General and Minister of Labor — Hon. R. Lemieux, K.C. 

Minister of Agriculture — Hon. Sydney Arthur Fisher, B.A. 

Minister of Public Works — Hon. Wm. Pugsley. 

Minister of Finance — Hon. William Stevens Fielding. 

Minister of Railways and Canals — Hon. G. P. Graham. 

Minister of the Interior and Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs — Hon. 
Prank Oliver. 

Minister of -Customs — Hon. William Patterson. 

Minister of Inland Revenue and Minister of Mines — Hon. William Templeman. 

Solicitor-General of Canada (not in the cabinet) — ^Hon. Jacques Bureau. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA MEMBERS OF THE DOMINION 
HOUSE OF COMMONS 

Comox-Atlin — Hon. W. Templeman, Victoria. 

Kootenay — A. S. Goodeve. 

Nanaimo — Ralph Smith, Nanaimo. 

New Westminster — ^J. D. Taylor, New Westminster. 

Vancouver — George H. Cowan, Vancouver. 

Victoria — George H. Barnard, Victoria. 

Tale-Cariboo — Martin Burrill. 



78 LAKES AND RIVERS 



NAMES AND LOCATION OF THE LAKES AND RIVERS OF 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 

Adams Creek — Empties Into the Johnstone Strait. 

Alice Lake — Connected to Quatsino Sound by Marble Creek. 

Altuck Lake — One of a chain of lakes connected to the S. end of Nimpkish 

Lake. 
Amazon Creek — Joins Alice Lake and Victoria Lake, 
Anderson Lake — Connected to Uchucklesit Harbor. 
Anutz Lake — At the S.W. corner of the Nimpkish (or Karmtusen) Lake, one 

mile long by half a mile wide, at the foot of the W. side of Karmutsen 

Mountain. 
Upper Campbell River — Flows from Drum Lake north into Upper Campbell 

Lake, N. of Comox District. 
Ash lake — Fourteen miles N.W. of Beaver Creek. 
Axe Creek — A tributary of the Gordon River. 
Baird Creek — A tributary of the Gordon River. 

Bear Rivei — Empties into the Johnstone Strait opposite Thurlow Island. 
Bear River — Empties into N. end of Bedwell Sound. 

Beaver Lake — In the Laike District of Saanich. 1 mile N. of Royal Oak. 
Benson River — Joins Alice Lake and Kathleen Lake. 
Big Qualicum River — Empties into, and connects Home Lake with the 

Straits of Georgia, 10 miles N.W. French Creek. 
Black Creek — Flows into the Georgian Straits 19 miles N. of Comox. 
Bonanza Lake — Is about 8 miles long, and is connected to Beaver Cove by 

the Kokish River. 
Boot Lake — S.E. of the Sayward District. 
Boulder Creek — A tributary of the Nanaimo River. 
Braden Creek — A tributary of the Gordon River. 
Browning Creek — Empties into Forward Inlet. 
Buck Creek — Empties into Brooks' Bay at N.B. corner. 
Bugaboo Creek — A tributary of the Gordon River. 
Boulson Creek — Empties Into Warn Bay. 
Buttles Lake — A large lake in the centre of the Island, Comox District. 24 

miles W. of Cumberland; 20 miles in length by 1 mile in breadth. 
Cabin Pond — Two miles N.W. of Goldstream. 
Cache Creek — Empties into Queen Charlotte Sound about 5 miles S.W. of 

Cape Commerell. 
Cameron Lake — Midway between Parksville and Alberni. 
Cameron Rivei — Empties into Cameron Lake. 

Campbell Lake — About 7 miles "W. of the mouth of the Campbell River. 
Campbsli River — Is a rapid stream, falling Into Disc .very Passage, 3 miles 

N. of Cape Mudge. 
Carmanah Creek — Empties into the N.W. end of Juan de Fuca Strait. 
Chiase Rivei — Empties into Nanaimo Harbor. 

Chee-What River — Empties into the N.W. end of the Juan de Fuca Strait. 
Chemainus Rivei — Rises in the Cowichan Lake District and flows E. into 

Horseshoe Bay; 2'4 miles long. 
China Creek — Empties into Alberni Canal about 8 miles from Alberni. 
Cinnamon Creek — A tributary of Englishman's River. 
Clayoquot Rivei — Empties into most northern part of Kennedy Lake. 
Cleagh River — Empties into Quatsino Sound, and is about 2 miles W. of 

Johnson River. 
Coal Creek — About 1% miles E. of Shirley. 

Coleman Creek — ^Empties into Alberni Canal near Barclay Sound. 
Colony Lake — About 1 m.ile N. of Quatsino. 

Colquitz Rivei — Flows from Beaver Lake S. to the Victoria Arm; 7 miles. 
Comox Lake — Seven miles in length; situated 1 mile S.W. of Cumberland. 
Comox River — Flows N. from Comox Lake to Comox Harbor. 
Cottonwood Creek — Empties into Cowichan Lake. 
Courtenay River — Runs S. into Comox Harbor. 
Cowichan Lake — Twenty miles W. of Duncan; 20 miles long. 
Cowichan River — Flows from Cowichan LaJke E. Into Cowichan Harbor. 
Cranberry Lake — In the Sayward District; connected to Johnstone Strait 

l>y the Bear River. 
Crescent Lake — Connected to the Kla-anch River. 
Croft Creek — Empties into Cowichan Lake. 

Cruikshank River — Flows S. into Comox Lake; 17 miles long. 
Cushion Lake — On Salt Spring Island, 3 miles S. of Ganges. 
Davie River — A tributary of the Kla-anch River, flowing N.E. 
Deadman's Rivei — Flows from Pike's Lake S. to Victoria Arm, 4 miles. 
Deadwood Creek — A tributary of the Nanaimo River. 
Deer Creek — Empties Into E. end of Tofino Inlet. 



LAKES AND RIVERS 79 



Demaniel River — Flows into Sooke Harbor; 3 miles. 

Dickson Lake — Twelve miles N.W. of Beaver Creek. 

Drum Lake — In the N.W. of the Comox District at foot of Crown Mountain. 

Duck Lake — In the N.E. of the Sayward District. 

Effingham Creek — Empties into N. end of Effingham Inlet. 

Elk Lake — In the Lake District of Saanich, 3 miles N. of Royal Oak . 

Elk Rivei — Flows into Campbell River between Buttles and Upper Campbell 

Lakes. 
Elk River — Empties into most N.E. part of Kennedy Lake. 
Englishman's River — Runs into Northwest Bay. 
Ess Lake — Connected to the S. end of Nimpkish Lake. 
Fizzle Lake — In S.W. Saanich, 2 miles N. of Millstream. 
Floodwood Creek — A tributary of the San Juan Rvier. 
Florence Lake — At the extreme N. end of Valdes Island. 
Florence Lake — In the Goldstream District, 2% miles B. of Goldstream. 
Ford's Lake — On Salt Spring Island, 5 miles S. of Ganges. 
Fork Lake — In S.W. Saanich, 3 miles N. of Millstream. 
Franklin Creek — Empties Into Alberni Canal, about 12 miles from Alberni. 
French Creek — Empties into Strait of Georgia, midway between English- 
man's River and Little Qualicum. 
Glenora Creek — A tributary of the Koksilah River, joining 1 miles S. of 

Koksilah. 
Gold Lake — Joined to Gold River by creek; is 3 miles long by 1 mile wide. 
Gold River — Twelve miles long; empties into Muchalat Arm at E. end. 
Goldstream Lakes — Three large lakes, 7 miles N. W. of Goldstream. 
Goldstream River — Flows from the Goldstream Lakes into Ji^nlayson's Arm, 

Saanich Inlet; 8 miles. 
Gordon River — Empties into Port San Juan; its tributaries are the Bugaboo, 

Axe, Lorimer, Baird, Grierson, Hall's and Braden Creeks. 
Gosling Lake — In the S.E. of the Sayward District. 

Granite Creek — Empties into Alberni Canal about 12 miles from Alberni. 
Great Central Lake — Connected to Alberni Canal by Stamp and Somass 

Rivers. 
Grierson Creek — A tributary of the Gordon River. 
Gut Creek — Empties into S. part of Kyuquot Sound. 
Hall's Creek — A tributary of the Gordon River. 
Harris Creek — A tributary of the San Juan River. 
Haslam Creek — A tributary of the Nanaimo River. 
Hobart Lake — Connected to Nltinat Lake by small creek. 
Hoostan Lake — Connected to Anutz Lake, which is connected to Nimpkish 

Lake. 
Horne Lake — In the Alberni District, connected to Strait of Georgia by Big 

Qualicum River. 
Ida Lake — Is 2% miles long, and is connected to Beaver Cove by the Kokish 

Lake. 
Indian Lake — Near the head of Cameron River. 
Ingersoll River — Empties into Quatsino Sound about 5 miles W. of entrance 

to Southeast Arm. 
Island Lake— Is connected to Lake of the Mountains. 
Jack Lake — In the Malahat District, 4 miles N.W. of Goldstream. 
Jew Creek — A tributary of Englishman's River. 
Johnson Rivei — Empties into Quatsino Sound and is about 2^ miles W .of 

Ingersoll River. 
Jordan River — Empties into Juan de Fuca Strait, 7 miles N.W. of Shirley. 
Karmutsen Lake — See Nimpkish Lake. 
Kathleen Lake — Situated about 2 miles S.E. of Alice Lake and joined to 

same bv Benson River. 
Keagh River — Empties into Queen Charlotte Sound, 2% miles S.E. of Beaver 

Harbor. 
Keith River — Empties into N.E. of Brook's Bay. 
Kelvin Creek — Tributary of the Koksilah River, joining about 1 mile S. 

of Koksilah. 
Kennedy Lake — Connected to S. end of Clayoquot Sound. 
Kilpala River — Empties into the Nimpkish Lake. 

Kla-ianch (or Karmutsen) River — Empties into the S.E. corner of the Kar- 
mutsen Lake; is 42 miles long and is longest river on the Island. 
Kla-KIa Kama Lake — Drained by Davie River. 
Klanawah Creek — About 6 miles S.E. of Pachena Bay. 
Kokish River — Empties into Beaver Cove. 
Koksilah River— Rises in the Malahat District and flows E, 'then N into 

Cowichan Harbor; about 25 miles long. 
Lake of the Mountains — Is connected to Shusharite Bay by the Shusharite 

River. 
Langford Lake — In the Goldstream District, 1 mile E. of Goldstream; % mile 

long. 



80 LAKES AND RIVERS 



Leech Rivei — A tributary of the Sooke River. 

Little Qualicum River — Empties into, and connects Cameron Lake with the 

Strait of Georgia. 
Long Lake — In the S.B. of the Sayward District. 
Loon Lake — A small lake 1 mile W. of the Goldstream Lakes. 
Loon Lake — Connected to the Kla-anch River. 
'Lorimer Creek — A tributary of the Gordon River. 
Lorna Lake — In S.W. Saanich, 4 miles N. of Millstream. 
Lost Creek — Empties into Cowichan Lake. 
Lost Lake — In S.W. Saanich, 14 mile N. of Millstream. 
Maggie Lake — Is connected to N. shore of Barkley Sound by small creek. 
Mahatta River — Empties into Quatsino Sound, and is between Cleagh River 

and Bold Bluff. 
Maltby Lake — In the Lake District of Saainich, 1 mile S. of Prospect Lake. 
Marble Creek — Empties into Rupert Arm. 

Maxwell Lake — On Salt Spring Island, 2 miles N. of Burgoyne Bay. 
McKay's Creek — Empties into Cowichan Lake. 

McKenzie Lake — In S.W. Saanich, 2 miles N.W. of Parson's Bridge. 
Meadow Creek — A tributary of the San Juan River. 
Meads Creek — Empties into Cowichan Lake. 
Megin Lake — Is connected to Shelter Arm (Clayoquot Sound) by small 

creek. 
Memekay River — A tributary of the Salmon River. 
Millstream — Plows S. into Esquimalt Harbor; 7 miles. 
Millstone Rivei — Empties into Nanaimo Harbor. 
Mitchell's Lake — On Salt Spring Island, 2 miles S. of Ganges . 
Mohun Lake — In the S.E. of the Sayward District; about 7 miles in length. 
Moriarty Lake — Connected to Nanaimo River by small creek. 
Mosquito Lake — Empties into the Kla-anch River. 
Mountain Lake — In S.W. Saanich, 3 miles N. of Millstream. 
Muchialat Lake — Is connected to Muchalat Arm (Nootka Sound) by Gold 

River; is 5 miles long by IVz miles wide. 
Muir Creek — About 21^ miles E. of Shirley. 

Muriel Lake — Connected to Kennedy Lake near entrance to Tofino Inlet. 
Nahmint Lake — Situated between Sproat and Anderson Lakes; is connected 

to Alberni Canal by Nahmint River. 
Nahwitti Rivei — At N. end of Vancouver Island, 2% miles S.E. of Cape 

Commerell. 
Nanaimo Lakes — About 16 miles from its mouth the Nanaimo River widens, 

forming the Nanaimo Lakes. 
Nanaimo River — Flows from Nanaimo Lake into Nanaimo Harbor; 20 miles 

in length. 
Nile Creek — Empties into Strait of Georgia midway between Big Qualicum 

River and Maple Point. 
Nimpkish (or Karmutsen) Lake — Thirteen miles long by 2 miles wide, is 

connected to Broughton Sound by the Nimpkish River. 
Nimpkish River — Empties into the Broughton Sound. 
Nine Mile Creek — Empties into the N.W. end ot Juan de Fuca Strait. 
Nitinat Lake — A narrow lake, about 14i^ miles long, midway between 

Barkley Sound and Port San Juan. 
Nitinat River — Empties into the N.E. end of Nitinat Lake. 
Nixon Creek — Empties into Cowichan Lake. 
Noonas River — Empties into the Nimpkish Lake. 
Oyster River — Flows into the Georgia Straits 21 miles N. of Comox; about 

20 miles long. 
Parker Creek — A tributary of the Nitinat River. 
Pike's Lake — In S.W. Saanich, 2 miles N. of Parson's Bridge. 
Porphory Creek — A tributary of Englishman's River. 

Prospect Lake — In Lake District of Saanich, 3 miles N.W. of Royal Oak. 
Protection Island — Together with Newcastle Island forms a splendid shelter 

for Nanaimo Harbor. 
Putchay River — A tributary of the Salmon River. 

Quamichan Lake — Two miles N.E. of Duncan; 2 miles long by % mile wide. 
Quatse Lake — Is connected to Hardy Bay by the Quatse River. 
Quatse River — Empties into Hardy Bay. 
Quinsan River — Flows from Quinsan Lake into Campbell River 2 miles from 

its mouth. 
Roberts Lake — In the N.E. of the Sayward District. 
Robertson River — Empties Into Cowichan Lake. 
Rocky Run Creek — A tributary of the Nanaimo River. 
Roger Creek — Empties into Alberni Canal near Alberni. 
Rupert Creek — Empties Into Rupert Arm. 
Sage Creek — A tributary of Cameron River. 
Salmon River — Empties into Johnstone Strait at Port Kusam. 
San Josef Creek — Empties into San Josef Bay. 



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San Juan River — Empties into Port San Juan. 

Sarita Lake — Is connected to S.E. coast of Barkley Sound by Sarita River. 

Sarita River — Empties into the Numakamis Bay. 

Seven Mile Creek — Empties into N.W. end of Juan de Fuca Strait. 

Shawnigan Lake — Twenty-eight miles N.W. of Victoria; lake is 7 miles long. 

Shaw's Creek — Empties into Cowichan Lake. 

Shushartie River — Rises in Lake of the Mountains and empties into Shu- 
shartie Bay. 

Sombrio River — Empties into Juan de Fuca Strait about 8 miles S.E. of 
Port San Juan. 

Somenos Lake — One miles N. of Duncan; about 1 mile In length. 

Sooke Lake — Twenty-two miles N.W. of Victoria. 

Sooke River — Runs from Sooke Lake to Sooke Harbor; 12 miles long. 

Sproat Lake — Connected to Alberni Canal by Sproat and Somas Rivers. 

Stella Lake — In the N.E. of the Say ward District. 

Stoweli Lake — On Salt Spring Island, 1 mile N. of Fulford Harbor. 

Suquash Rlvei — Empties into Broughton Strait. 

Surprise Creek — A tributary of the Kla-anch River. 

Sutton Creek — Empties Into Cowichan Lake. 

Swan Lake — Two miles N. of Victoria. 

Tahsis River — Empties into the N. end of the Tahsis Canal. 

Taylor River — Empties into W. end of Sproat Lake. 

Thetis Lake — In Esquimalt District, 1 mile N. of Parson's Bridge. 

Tranquil Creek — Empties into Tofino Inlet. 

Trout Lake — In the centre of the Say ward District. 

Tsi-itka River — Empties into the Johnstone Strait. 

Tsulquate River — Empties into Hardy Bay. 

Tsulton Rivei — Falls into Beaver Cove. 

Tsusiat Lake — About 8 miles S.E. of Pachena Bay. 

Tugwell Creek^About ^¥2 miles E. of Shirley. 

Vernon Creek — A tributary of the Nitinat River. 

Vernon Lake — Is connected to the Karmutsen Lake by the Kla-anch River; 
4 miles long by l^/^ miles wide. 

Victoria Lake — S.W. of Alice Lake, in the Rupert District. 

Walley Creek — A tributary of the Nanaimo River. 

Wardroper Creek — Empties into Cowichan Lake. 

Waugh Creek — Flows from Jack Lake into Coldstream River near Gold- 
stream. 

West Lake — In the S.W. of the Sayward District. 

Weston Lake — On Salt Spring Island, iy2 miles N.E. of Fulford Harbor. 

White River — A tributary of the Salmon River. 

Willow Creek — Empties into the Nimpkish Lake. 

Wolf Creek — A tributary of the Nanaimo River. 

Wolf Creek — Flows from Coldstream Lakes into the Sooke River. 

Wolf Lake — One of a chain of lakes connected to the S. of Nimpkish Lake. 

Woss Lake — Connected to the Kla-anch River by the Woss River. 

Woss River — A tributary of the Kla-anch River, in the S. of the Rupert 
District. 

Yellowstone Creek — A tributary of Cameron River. 



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NAMES AND LOCATIONS OF THE CAPES, BAYS, POINTS, 
CHANNELS, ETC., OF VANCOUVER ISLAND. 

Aaron Point — In Victoria Arm, Victoria. 

Active Pass — Between Mayne Island and Gallano Island. 

Alberni Canal — Continuation of Barkley Sound. 

Albert Head — In the Metchosin District, on the coast midway between Vic- 
toria and Pedder Bay. 

Alpha Passage— Off Amphltrite Point. 

Amphitrite Point — About 2 miles S.W. of Ucluelet. 

Annetta Creek — On W. side of Prevost Island. 

Ashby Point — On N. coast of Hope Island. 

Bajo Point — Situated on the S.W. coast of Nootka Island. 

Baker Passage — At the S. of Cortes Island, separating from Hernando 
Island. 

Ballinac Channel — Between Ballinac Island and Vancouver Island. 

Barclay Point — In Rock Bay, at the N. end of Constance Street, Victoria. 

Bare Point — Situated at Chemainus Bay. 

Barkley Sound — S.W. coast of Vancouver Island; it extends up to Alberni 
under the name of the Alberni Canal. 

Baronet Passage — Between Harbledown and Cracroft Islands. 

Baynes Sound — On the E. coast, opposite the N. end of Denman Island. 

Bazan Bay — On E. coast of Saanich Peninsula, 2 miles S. of Sidney. 

Beak Point — Northern point of Denman Island. 

Beaver Harboi — In the Queen Charlotte Sound, S. of Hardy Bay. 

Beaver Cove — On the N. coast of Vancouver Island between Broughton and 
Johnstone Straits. 

Becher Bay — In the Juan de Fuca Strait, at the extreme S. end of Vancouver 
Island. 

Bedwell Sound — Situated opposite Meares Island, running in a N. direction 
Into Vancouver Island. 

Beechey Head — The most S.W. point of Becher Bay. 

Black Bluff — The N. coast of Malcolm Island. 

Black Fish Sound — Between Hanson and Swanson Islands. 

Blackney Pass — Between Hanson and Cracroft Islands. 

Blind Entrance — Situated between Vancouver Island and N. shore of Union 
Island. 

Blind Reef — Seven miles N.E. of Cape James (Hope Island). 

Blubber Bay — On N. of Texada Island. 

Blunder Point — Near the entrance to Nanoose Bay. 

Boat Cove — Situated on N. shore of Quatsino Sound. 

Boat Harbor — S. coast of Cracroft Island, in the Johnstone Strait. 

Bold Bluff — At entrance to Quatsino Sound, on the S. side. 

Bold Point — N.W. of Swanson Island. 

Bonilla Point — About 2 miles S.E. of Carmanah Point. 

Boulder Point — The N. coast of Malcolm Island. 

Boulder Point — W. of Hesquiat Harbor, on Estevan Point. 

Boulder Point — In the Juan de Fuca Strait, midway between Shirley and 
Port San Juan. 

Boulder Point — N.W. of Saanich Peninsula. 

Boxer Point — S.E. extremity of North Galiano Island. 

Broken Channel — Situated between S. coast of Vargas Island and Vancouver 
Island; lighthouse situated on S. side of channel. 

Brooks Bay — Situated between Lawn Point and Cape Cook. 

Broughton Straits — Between the N.E. coast of Vancouver and Malcolm 
Islands. 

Brown Point — N.E. entrance to Forward Inlet. 

Browning Pass — Between North Galiano and Balaklava Islands. 

Browning Passage — Opposite most S. part of Meares Island. 

Bull Harbor — A long inlet running N. into Hope Island. 

Bull Passage — Between Texada and Lasouetl Islands. 

Bullock Point — -The N. point of Cortes Island. 

Bute Pass — Between North Galiano Island and Vansittard Island. 

Cadboro Bay — Three and one-half miles N.E. of Victoria. 

Cahnish Bay — On W. of Valdes Island, 20 miles N. of Campbell River. 

Calm Channel — E. of Valdes Island, separating it from the mainland of Brit- 
ish Columbia. 

Cameleon Harbor — On the N.W. of" Valdes Island. 

Camp Bay — About 4 miles N.W. of Port San Juan. 

Canoe Pass — N.E. of Cracroft Island, dividing the island into two. 

Canoe Passage — Between Village and Turnour Islands. 

Cape Beale — At the S. side of the entrance to Barkley Sound, 85 miles N.W. 
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Cape Commerell — The most N. point of Vancouver Island. 

Cape Cook— A prominent cape situated at the most S.W. point of Brooks Bay. 

Cape James — N.E. of Hope Island. 

Cape Keppel — S.W. point of Salt Spring Island. 

Cape Lazo — Five miles N.E. of Comox. 

Cape Mudge — The Southernmost point of Valdez Island, 30 miles N. of 

Comox. 
Cape Palmerston — Situated about 6 miles S.E. of Cape Russell. 
Cape Russell — Situated about midway between Cape Scott and Cape Palm- 
erston. 
Cape Saxe — At the S. end of Fraser Street, Victoria West. 
Cape Scott — Is the most N.W. point on Vancouver Island. 
Captain Pass — Between Salt Spring Island and Prevost Island, Gulf of 

Georgia. 
Cardero Channel — Separates Thurlow Island and the N. of Valdes Island 

from the mainland of British Columbia. 
Carmanah Point — Eighty miles N.W. of Victoria. 
Castle Point — Most S. point on Deserters' Island. 
Chamiss Bay — Situated in N. part of Kyuquot Sound. 
Chancellor Channel — Between Thurlow Island and mainland of British 

Columbia. 
Channel Rock^In Victoria Harbor. 

Chapman Point — -At the S.E. end of Victoria Arm, Victoria. 
Chatham Point — At N. end of Discovery Passage. 
Christie Channel — Between Balaklava and Hurst Islands. 
Clayoquot Sound (Shelter Arm, North Arm, Herbert Arm, Bedwell Sound, 

Toflno Inlet and Kennedy Lake — Situated between Nootka Sound and 

Harkley Sound. 
Clio Channel — Between Turnour and Cracroft Islands. 
Clover Point — At the S. end of Moss Street, Victoria. 
Coal Harbor — Situated in Rupert Arm (Quatsino Sound). 
Coal 'Point — N.W. of Saanlch Peninsula. 
Coletas Channel — Between North Galiano Island and N. coast of Vancouver 

Island. 
Constance Cove— In Esquimalt Harbor. 
Copper Cove — In Sooke Harbor. 

Cordova Channel — Between James Island and E. coast of Saanich Peninsula. 
Cowichan Harbor — On the E. coast, 3 miles E. of Cowichan Station. 
Cox Point — Situated about 6 miles S.E. of Vargas Island. 
Cnacroft Point — Most W. point of Cracroft Island. 
Crescent Point — S.E. corner of Limestone Island. 
Creyke Point — A prominent point in Becher Bay. 
David Channel — N.W. corner of Barkley Sound. 

Deep Bay — On the N. coast and at the N.W. corner of Vancouver Island. 
Deep Bay — On the E. coast, 10 miles S. of Union Bay. 
Deep Cove — On the N.W. of Saanich Peninsula. 
Deep Inlet — Situated E. part of Kyuquot Sound. 
Deer Passage — Between Redonda Island and Raza Island. 
Departure Bay — Three miles N.W. of Nanaimo. 
Desolation Sound — Between S.E. of Redonda Island and the mainland of 

British Columbia. 
Discovery Passage — The long channel which separates Valdes Island from 

the E. coast ol* the Sayward District; about 30 miles in length. 
Diver Bay — On S. side of Prevost Island. 
Dodd Narrows — Between Gabriola Island and the Cedar District, 6 miles 

S.E. of Nanaimo. 
Donegal Head — S.E. of Malcolm Island. 

Drew Harbor — Adjoining Heriot Bay S.E. of Valdes Island. 
Duncan Bay — On Discovery Passage, 6 miles N. of Campbell River. 
Duntze Head — At the entrance of Esquimalt Harbor. 
Effingham Inlet — Situated on N. side of Barkley Sound. 
Eleanor Point — On the S. of Salt Spring Island, E. of Fulford Harbor. 
Ellen Bay — On S. side of Prevost Island. 
El I ice Point — In Victoria Harbor, near Esquimalt Road. 
Elk Bay — On the E. coast of the Sayward District, 25 miles N. of Campbell 

River. 
Esperanza Inlet (Espinosa Arm and Zeballos Arm) — Situated between 

N. shore of Nootka Island and Vancouver Island. 
Espinosa Arm — A branch of the Esperanza Inlet running N. 
Esquimalt Harbor — Lies 3 miles W. of Victoria. The harbor is one of the 

finest on the Pacific coast. 
Estevan Point — S. side of entrance to Nootka Sound. 
Evans Bay — On the E. of Read Island. 
Fair Harbor— Situated E. part of Kyuquot Sound. 
Fairway Channel — An entrance into Nanaimo Harbor. 



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False Head — In Queen Charlotte Sound, 6 miles W. of Malcolm Island. 

False Passage — Between Hernando Island and Savary Island. 

Fanny Bay — Eight miles S. of Union Bay. 

Ferrer Point — Most S.W. point in the Nuchalitz Inlet. 

Finlayson Point — S. of Beacon Hill Park, Victoria. 

Finlayson's Arm — The S. portion of the Saanich Inlet. 

Fisherman's Bay — A small bay on the N. coast and at the N.W. corner of 

Vancouver Island. 
Ford Point — Between Foul Bay and Shoal Bay, Victoria. 

Fortune Channel — Situated between Vancouver Island and E. coast of Meares 

Island. 
Forward Bay — In the Johnstone Bay, S. coast of Cracroft Island. 
Forward Inlet — Situated near N.W. entrance to Quatsino Sound. 
Forwood Channel — Between Gabriola Island and Entrance Island, 6 miles 

E. of Nanaimo. 
Foul Bay — Foot of Foul Bay Road, Victoria. 
Friendly Cove — Situated on Nootka Island. 
Gallows Point — E. entrance of Bull Harbor (Hope Island). 
Ganges Harboi — W. coast of Salt Spring Island, 20 miles N. of Sidney. 
George Passage — In the Queen Charlotte Sound between N. of Malcolm 

Island and Foster Island. 
Georgia, Straits of — Separate the S. portion of Vancouver Island from the 

mainland of British Columbia. 
Georgina Point — On Mayne Island, in the Strait of Georgia. 
Gillies Bay — On the W. coast of Texada Island. 

Glimpse Reefs — S. of Dallas Road, near Beacon Hill Park, Victoria. 
Gole Bay — On W. side of Saanich Peninsula. 
Gonzales Point — One-half mile S.E. of Victoria golf links. 
Goose Spit — A promontory at the entrance of Comox Harbor. 
Gordon Head — Five miles N.E. of Victoria. 
Gordon Point — S.E. of Cormorant Island. 
Gorge, The — Victoria Arm, Victoria. 

Gowlland Harbor — On W. of Valdez Island, 4 miles N. of Quathiaski. 
Granite Bay — On W. of Valdez Island, S. of Okishollow Channel. 
Greeting Point — N. extremity of North Galiano Island. 
Growler Cove — W. end of Cracroft Island. 
Hardy Bay — At the N.W. end of Vancouver Island, 20 miles N.W. of Alert 

Bay and 185 miles N.W. of Nanaimo. 
Nankin Point — About li/^ miles S.E. Coal Harbor, opposite Quatsino Narrows. 
Haro Strait — Between the E. coast of the Saanich Peninsula and San Juna 

Island. 
Havanna Channel — Between Cracroft Island and mainland of British 

Columbia. 
Head Bay — Situated at N. end of Tlupana Arm. 
Heath Point — Most S.E. point of Hope Island. 
Hecate Channel — Situated between the N.E. coast of Nootka Island and 

Vancouver Island 
Hecate Cove — Situated near Quatsino. 
Hecate Pass — Situated between N. shore fo Vargas Island and Vancouver 

Island. 
Herbert Arm — Situated in N. part of Clayoquot Sound. 
Heriot Bay — Thirty-six miles N. of Comox. 
Hesquiat Harbor — Between Nootka Sound and Sidney Inlet. 
Hole-in-the-Wall — A narrow channfel on the E. of Valdez Island; a continu- 
ation of Okishollow Channel. 
Hole-in-the-Wall — S.W. extremity of Estevan Point. 
Holland Point — At the S. end of Government Street, Victoria. 
Holloway Point — S.W. corner of Limestone Island. 
Hope Point — In Victoria Harbor, near E. & N. R. 
Horseshoe Bay — On the E. coast, at Chemainus. 
Hoskyn Inlet — Separates Valdez Island from Read Island. 
Jacks Point — The most N.E. point of Nanaimo Harbor. 
James Bay — The principal part of Victoria Harbor; Government Street runs 

along E. side of same. 
James Point — N.W. point of the Saanich Peninsula. 
Johnstone Strait — A long navigable stretch of water by which steamers 

must travel to get around the N. coast of Vancouver Island. 
Jordan Meadows — Lie at the head of the Jordan River. 
Juan de Fuca Strait — Between the S. coast of Vancouver- Island and the N.W. 

portion of the State of Washington, U.S.A. 
Kendrick Arm — Situated on the E. coast of Nootka Island. 
King Passage — Situated at entrance to Muchalat Arm at S. side. 
Klaskino Inlet — Situated at the middle of Brooks Bay. 
Klaskisk Inlet — An inlet at the S.E. end of Brooks Bay. 









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Kokshittie Arm — A branch of the Kyuquot Sound, situated at Northern-. 

most part of same. 
Koprino Harbor — On the N. shore of Quatsino Sound. 
Kowshet Cove — About 6 miles N.W. of Port San Juan. 
Kuhushan Point — On the E. coast, 22 miles N. of Comox. 
Kyuquot Sound (Kokshittie Arm and Tahsish Arm) — Situated between Union 

Island and Vancouver Island. 
Labouchere Channel — Between Numas Island. (Queen Charlotte Sound) 

and mainland. 
Lambert Channel — Between Denman and Hornby Islands. 
Lang Cove — In Constance Cove, Esquimalt Harbor. 
Laurel Point — In Victoria Harbor, at the foot of Belleville Street. 
Lawn Point — Situated about 10 miles S.W. of Bold Bluff. 

Ledger Point — Stretches into the Broughton Strait; between S. of Malcolm 

Island and Port McNeil. 
Liddle Point — S.W. of Prevost Island 
Limit Pt. — In Victoria Harbor, near E. & N. R. 
Little Bay — At the S. end of Catherine Street, Victoria. 
Lizard Point — N.B. of Malcolm Island. 
Long Bay — Extends in a S.E. direction from Portland Point for about 7 

miles. 
Lewis Channel — Separates the N.E. of Cortes Island from Redonda Island. 
Long Harbor — On E. coast of Salt Spring Island, 2 miles E. of Ganges. 
Macauiay 'Point — At the S. end of Stephenson Street, Victoria. 
Maclaughlin Point — At the S. end of Victoria View Road, Victoria. 
Malaspina Strait — Between Texada Island and the mainland of British 

Columbia. 
Mialksope Inlet — An inlet situated about 2 miles S.E. of Ou Ou Kinsh Inlet 
Maple Bay — On the coast, E. of Duncan. 
Maple Point — On the E. coast opposite Denman Island, 12 miles S. of [Tnion 

Bay. 
Maquinna Point — Most S. point on Nootka Island. 
Marshall Point — N. point of Texada Island. 
Mayne Bay — In Barkley Sound, about a mile S. of the entrance to Pipestem 

Inlet. 
Menzies Bay — On the E. of the Sayward District, 10 miles N. of Campbell 

River. 
Mexican Point — Most W. point of Hope Island. 
Middle Rock — In Victoria Harbor. 
Mill Bay — An inlet on the W. of Saanich Inlet 

Miners Channel — On E. coast of Sidney Island, part of Haro Straits. 
Mink Point — W. of Turnour Island. 
Michell Bay — The S.E. of Malcolm Island. 
Mitchell Point— S.W. of Saanich Inlet. 

Montague Harbor — In the S.W. of Galiano Island, Gulf of Georgia. 
Mosquito Hiarbor — At the head of Clayoquot Sound. 
Muchalat Arm — A branch of the Nootka Sound, running in an E. direction 

Into Vancouver Island. 
Nanoose Bay — Thirteen miles N.W. of Nanaimo. 
Narrows, The — At the S.E. end of Victoria Arm, Victoria. 
Nasparte Inlet — Situated about 6 miles N.W. of Bunsby Island. 
New Channel — One of the passages at the N.W. entrance of the Queen 

Charlotte Sound. 
Nodales Channel — Separates the N.W. of Valdez Island from Thurlow Island. 
Noel Channel — S. of Broughton Island. 
Nootka Sound (Kendrick Arm, Muchalat Arm and Flupana Arm) — Situated 

between the S.E. shore of Nootka Island and Vancouver Island. 
North Arm — Situated in N. part of Clayoquot Sound. 
North Harbor — Situated at entrance to Quatsino Sound. 
Northwest Bay — In the Nanoose District. 
Northwest Nipple — A point 21^ miles W. of Cape Commerell. 

Northumberland Channel — Between Gabriola Island and the Cedar District, 

4 miles S.E. of Nanaimo. 
Nuchajitz Inlet — A large inlet running into the N. part of Nootka Island 

in an E. direction. 
Numakamis Bay — At the N. end of the Eastern channel of the Barkley Sound. 
Oak Bay — E. of Victoria. 

Ogden Point — At the S. end of Montreal Street, Victoria. 
Okishollow Channel — On the N. of Valdez Island. 
Open Bay — Situated at S.W. entrance to Quatsino Sound. 
Orange Point — On the E. of the Sayward District, 6 miles N. of Campbell 

River. 
Osborne Bay — On the E. coast Comiaken District. 
Otter Bay — On W. coast of Pender Island. 



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Otter Point — On the Strait of Juan de Fuca, 1 mile S.E. of Otter Point P.O. 

Ou Ou Kinsh Inlet — Situated about 4 miles S.E. of Nasparte Inlet. 

Owen 'Point — At the N.W. entrance to Port San Juan. 

Oyster Bay — At mouth of Oyster River. 

Oyster Harboi — An inlet 4 miles in length, on the E. coast, at Ladysmith. 

Pachena Bay — Situated about 4 miles S.E. of Cape Beale. 

Parry Bay — A large bay lying between Albert Head and William Head. 

Pedder Bay — Runs Into Vancouver Island in a N.W. direction, between 

Bentinct Island and William Head. 
Peile Point — N. point of Prevost Island. 
Pilgrim Cove — In Constance Cove, Esquimalt Harbor. 
Pin Rock — In Victoria Harbor. 

Pipestem Inlet — Situated on coast between Ucluelet and Eftingham Inlet. 
Plumper Bay — In Esquimalt Harbor. 

Plumber Pass — Between Galiano and Mayne Islands, Gulf of Georgia. 
Plumper Bay — On W. coast of Valdez Island, adjoining Seymour Narrows. 
Plumper Sound — Between Mayne and Pender Islands, Gulf of Georgia. 
Poir»t-no-Point — In the Juan de Fuca Strait, about 3 miles N.W. of Shirley. 
Point Prideaux — Most E. point of Koprino Harbor. 
Point Upwood — The S. point of Texada Island. 
Point Young — The S. point of Lasoueti Island. 
Port Eliza — Situated at N. part of Esperanza Inlet. 
Port San Juan — Midway between Victoria and Cape Beale. 
Portage Inlet — At the N.W. end of Victoria Arm, Victoria. 
Portier Pass — Between Vadlez Island and Galiano Island, Gulf of Georgia. 
Portland Point — Situated about 9 miles S.E. of Vargas Island. 
Portlock Point — S.E. corner of Prevost Island. 

Possession Point — Three and one-half miles N.W. of Beechy Head. 
Providence Cove — In the Strait of Juan de Fuca, 4 miles S.E. of Port San 

Juan. 
Pryce Channel — Between the N. of Redonda Island and the mainland of 

British Columbia. 
Pulteney Point — West coast of Malcolm Island. 
Quathiaski Cove — Thirty miles N. of Comox. 
Quatsino Narrows — Connect Quatsino Sound and Rupert Arm. 
Quatsino Sound (West Arm, Rupert Arm and South Bast Arm) — On the W. 

coast, at the N. end of Van. Island. 
Race Channel — Between Race Island and Vancouver Island. 
Race Point — On the E. of Say ward District, 10 miles N. of Campbell River. 
Rafael Point — Most S.W. point on Flores Island. 

Raft Cove — Situated between Cape Palmerston and Top Knot Point. 
Reef Point — The S. point of Cortes Island. 
Reef 'Point — Situated about 8 miles S.W. of Bold Bluff. 
Refuge Cove — Situated opposite W. coast of Flores Island, running N. into 

Vancouver Island. 
Retreat Cove — At the N. end of Galiano Island. 

Ripple Passage — Between the Walker and Millar groups of islands. 
Robson Bight — A bay on N. coast of Vancouver Island, in the Johnstone 

Strait, at the mouth of the Tsi-itka River. 
Rock Bay — At the N. end of Store Street, Victoria. 
Rose Bay — At the E. end of Fern Street, Victoria. 
Ross Bay — Near new cemetery, Victoria. 
Rough Bay — The S. coast of Malcolm Island. 
Royal Bay — Lying between Albert Head and Victoria Harbor. 
Rugged Point — Near N. entrance to Quatsino Sound. 
Rupert Arm — An arm of the Quatsino Sound; 12 miles long. 
Sabine Channel — Between Texada Island and Lasoueti Island. 
Salmon Chiannel — Between Foster Island and Holford Island, in Queen Char- 
lotte Sound 
San Josef Bay — Situated between Cape Russell and Cape Palmerston. 
Sansum Narrows — Between the E. coast of the Cowichan District and Salt 

Spring Island. 
Scarlett Point — At the entrance to Christie Channel. 
Schooner Cove — About 1 mile N.W. of Nanoose Harbor. 
Scott Channel — Situated between Cox Island and Vancouver Island. 
Sea Otter Cove — Situated near Cape Russell. 
Seachart Channel — In Barkley Sound, between Nettle Island and the W. 

coast of Vancouver Island. 
Secretary Point — On N. coast of Hope Island. 
Selkirk Water — At the S.E. end of Victoria Arm, Victoria. 
Seymour Narrows — The narrowest part of Discovery Passage, 12 miles N. 

of rampbell River, on E. coast of Sayward District. 
Shadwell Channel — Between E. coast of Hope Island and VanSittard Island. 
Shelter Arm — Situated in N. part of Clayoquot Sound. 
Shelter Point — On the E. coast, 7 miles S. of Campbell River. 



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Sheringham Poir»t — In the Juan de Fuca Strait, near Shirley. 
Ship Channel — Near Ucluelet. 

Ship Point — On the E. coast, 8 miles S. of Union Bay. 

Shoal Bay — One-quarter mile S.W. of Victoria golf links. 

Shoal Harbor — On E. coast of Saanich Peninsula, 1 mile N. of Sidney. 

Shoal Point — At the S. side of the entrance to Victoria Harbor. 

Shushartie Bay — At tlie N.W. end of the Coletas Channel. 

Sidney Channel — Between Sidney Island and James Island, Gulf of Georgia. 

Sidney Inlet — Situated between the W. coast of Flores Island and Van- 
couver Island. 

Single Tree Point — On N.E. coast of Vancouver Island, 314 miles W. of 
Malcohn Island. 

Sleeper Rocks — In Victoria Harbor. 

Songhees Point — In Victoria Harbor. 

Sooke Harboi — In the Juan de Fuca Strait, between Shirley and Race Island. 

Sooke inlet — At the entrance to Sooke Harbor. 

South East Arm — An arm of the Quatsino Sound; 15 miles long. 

Spring Pass — Between Midsummer Island and S.W. of Gilford Island. 

Stevens Pass — Between Texada Island and the E. coast of the Comox Dis- 
trict. 

Sunderland Channel — Between Hardwlck Island and mainland of British 
Columbia. 

Surge Narrows — An inlet on S.E. of Valdez Island, off the Hoskyn Inlet. 

Sutil Channel — Between Read Island and Cortes Island. 

Swanson Channel — Between Pender and Moresby Islands, in Gulf of Georgia. 

Tahsis Camal — Situated between the E. coast of Nootka I-land and the main- 
land, and running about 5 miles N. into Vancouver Island. 

Tahsish Arm — A branch of the Kyuquot Sound, situated at N.E. part of 
same. 

Tiatchu Point — Situated at the N.W. point of Esperanza Inlet. 

Telegraph Bay — Six miles N.E. of Victoria. 

Templar Channel — Situated between S. coast of Vargas Island and Vancou- 
ver Island. 

Thetis Cove — In Esquimalt Harbor. 

Thomias Point — Easternmost point of Beaver Harbor. 

Tlupana Arm — A branch of the Nootka Sound, running in a N.E. direction 
into Vancouver Island. 

Tofino Sound — Situated in S. end of Clayoquot Sound. 

Tongue Point — Is the most N.E. point of Northwest Bay. 

Tod Inlet — W side of Saanich Peninsula. 

Top Knot Point — Situated midwav between Cape Palmerston and Rugged 
Point. 

Toquart Harbor — Situated near Pipestem Inlet, in Barkley Sound. 

Tree Point — W. end of Midsummer Island. 

Tribune Bay — On the S. of Hornby Island. 

Trincomalie CbannsI — Between Galiano and Salt -Spring Islands. Gulf of 
Georgia. 

Trinity Bay — The N. coast of Malcolm Island. 

Turkey Head — S. shore of Oak 'Bay, Victoria. 

Turn Point— At S.W. of Saanich Inlet. 

Turn Point — Most E. point of Hope Island. 

Uchucklesit Harbor — Situated at entrance of Alberni Canal. 

Ucluelet Arm — A narrow neck of water running in a N.W. direction into 
Vancouver Island; situated at entrance to Barkley Sound. 

Ugly Channel — Situated near Ucluelet. 

Union Bay — On N.W. of Saanich Peninsula, 2 miles W. of Sidney. 

Vernon Bay — Situated in N. part of Barkley Sound. 

Vesuvius Bay — W. coast of Salt Spring Island. 

Victoria Arm — N.W. of Victoria. 

Village Bay — On the W. coast of Mayne Island. 

Waddington Channel — Separates the two Redonda Islands. 

Warn Bay — Situated on Vancouver Island, opposite Meares Island. 

Wells Pass — Between Broughton Island and the mainland, in Queen 
Charlotte Sound. 

West Arm — An arm of the Quatsino Sound; 25 miles long. 

West Bay— At the S. end of Head Street, Victoria. 

White Stone Point — On Vancouver Island, opposite, and E. of Limestone 
Island. 

Wilfred Point — Adjoining Menzies Bay, 12 miles N. of Campbell River. 

William Heiad — In the Metchosin District, 17 miles S.W. of Victoria. 

Williamson Channel^Situated at entrance to Muchalat Arm. on N. side. 

Willis Point — At entrance to Tod lnl< t, on W. side of Saanich Peninsula. 

Willow Point — On the E. coast. 5 miles S. of Campbell River. 

Winter Harbor — Situated on the N.W. side of Quatsino Sound, 15 miles W. 
of Quatsino. 



88 CAPES, BAYS, MOUNTAINS 

Woodward Point — At entrance to Sooke Harbor. 

Work Point — At the entrance to Victoria Harbor. 

Wreck Bay — Situated between Portland Point and Amphitrite Point. 

Bezaiios Arm — A branch of the Esperanza Inlet, running N. 



NAMES AND LOCATION OF THE MOUNTAINS OF 
VANCOUVER ISLAND. 

Arrowsmith Mountain — In the Cameron District, between the Cameron Lake 

and the Cameron River. 
Austin Mountain;— In the Dunsmuir District, 9 miles S. of the Cameron Lake. 
Benson Mountain — In the Mountain District, at the head of the Chase River. 
Blackjack Mountain — In the Dunsmuir District, midway between Nanaimo 

Lake and Nanoose Bay. 
Blinkhorn Mountain — In the Metchosin District, near Happy Valley. 
Buttles Moun'tain — In the Cowichan District, 3 miles N. of the W. end of 

Cowichan Lake. 
Camera Mountain — In the Dunsmuir District, 5 miles S.W. of Nanoose Bay. 
Castle Mountain — 4,040 feet, about 11 miles S. of the mouth of the Suquash 

River. 
Crown Mountain — In the N. of the Comox District; 6,082 feet high. 
Edinburgh Mountain — In the Renfrew District, about 9 miles up the Gordon 

River, on the E. side. 
Green Mountain — In the Dunsmuir District, 4 miles W. of Nanaimo Lake. 
Helmcken Mountain — In the Metchosin District, near Happy Valley. 
Hoidsworth Mountain — 3,040 feet, in the Rupert District. 
Karmutsen Mountains — 5,500 feet, border the W. of the Nimpkish Lake. 
Knockas Hill — Four miles N.W. of Victoria by Burnside Road. 
Lewis Mountain — In the Douglas District, 1% miles S. of the Nanaimo River. 
Macguire Mountain — In the East Sooke District, between Sooke Harbor and 

Juan de Fuca Strait. 
Metchosin Mountain — In the Metchosin District, between Happy Valley and 

Albert Head. 
Moriarty Mountain — In the Dunsmuir District, 8 miles N.W. of Nanaimo 

Lake. 
Douglas Mountain — Five miles N. of Victoria, near Cordova Bay. 
Shephard Mountain — In the Goldstream District, 2% miles N. of Sooke 

Harbor. 
Single Hill — In the Metchosin District, near Happy Valley. 
Table Moun'tain — 3,080 feet, N.E. of Karmutsen Lake. 
Victoria Peak — 7,500 feet, east of the Salmon River. 
Wolf Mountain — In the Douglas District, about 5 miles N E. of Nanaimo 

Lake. 



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ADMIRAL ISLAND 

Better known as Salt Spring 
Island (which see). 

AHOUSAT 

A settlement on the East of 
Flores Island, West coast of Van- 
couver Island, 15 miles North of 
Clayoquot. Nearest postoffice is 
Clayoquot. 

Dawiey, W. T., general store, Thomas 
T. Gardhouse, manager. 

McNeil, Jean, school teacher. 

Presbyterian Industrial Schoal, J. L. 
Millar, principal; Miss McKay, 
matron. 

Ringland, John, miner. 

Sullivan, Patrick, miner. 

Thornberg, Fred., general store. 

Watson, Andrew, miner. 

ALBERNI 

(See also New Alberni and Beaver 
Creek.) 

A money order postoffice, near 
the head of Barkley Sound, in the 
Alberni District. The country 
around Alberni is well adapted for 
farming, and its magnificent tim- 
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tant. Nearest railway station, 
Wellington, fifty miles distant. 

Board of Trade, C. M. Pineo, 
secretary. 



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Agricultural Society, Rev. T. S. 
Glassford, secretary. 

Citizens' Municipal Committee, 
R. F. Blandy, secretary. 

Court House, H. C. Rayson, 
magistrate. 

Royal Bank of Canada, W. R. 
H. Prescott, manager. 

Alberni Pioneer News, R. J. 
Burde, editor. 

Government Agent, H. C. Ray- 
son. 

Government Telegraph Office, 
Mrs. P. A. Haslam, operator. 

Indian Home, James R. Motion, 
superintendent. 

Indian Agent, Alan Nell. 

Chief Constable West Coast, 
Charles A. Cox. 

School, B. J. Howitt, master. 

Athletic Club, S. H. Toy, secre- 
tary. 

Creamery. 

Presbyterian Church, Rev. T. S. 
Glassford, pastor. 

Anglican Church, Rev. T. H. 
Wimberley, rector. 

Postmistress, Mrs. Agnes Erick- 
son. 

4.1berni Hotel, Jos. Rogers & Jo., props. 

Alberni Trading Store, D. If. Riddell, 
manager. 

Andrews, James, farmer. 

Anglican Church, Rev. P. H. Wimber- 
ley, rector. 

Ash, Wm., painter. 

Athletic Club, S. H. Toy, secretary. 

Bartlett, John 

Bate, P., clerk Royal Bank of Canada. 

Bayne, Percy, R. C, farmer and me- 
teorological agent. 

Best, John, farmer. 

Biddell, John, laborer. 

Bird, G. M., clerk Royal Bank of 
Canada. 

Bishop, Charles F., general store. 

Bishop, Harold, baker. 

Board of Trade, C. M. Pineo, secretary. 

Brand, Frederick, sawmill. 

Brown, George, caretaker Hayes Land- 
ing. 



Browne, Harry H., civil engineer. 

Burde, Richard J., editor "Alberni 
Pioneer News." 

Burke, John J., teamster. 

Calhoun, J. C, retired. 

Campbell Bros., tailors. 

Citizens' Municipal Committee, R. F. 
Blandy, secretary. 

Clarke, Daniel, farmer. 

Coleman, Ephraim, blacksmith. 

Coleman, James W., farmer. 

Compton, George, farmer. 

Coulthard, J. A., farmer. 

Cowley, Frederick, farmer. 

COX, CHARLES, A., Chief Constable 
of West Coast of Vancouver Island. 

Davis, — , plasterer. 

Davis, Malcolm, farmer. 

Davis, Robert John, farmer. 

Drinkwater, George, barber. 

Drinkwater, Isaac, farmer. 

Drinkwater, John, farmer. 

Drinkwater, Joseph A., miner. 

Duncan, James, schoemaker. 

Elton, Ralph, farmer. 

Erickson, Mrs. Agnes, postmistress. 

Fitzgerald & Burke (Harry Fitzgerald 
and John J. Burke), livery. 

Forrest, George, contractor. 

Frank, Bernard, notary public. 

Frank, Leonard, photographer. 

Garvice, B. J. 

Garrard, W. Burdett, timberman. 

Gibson, W. F., farmer. 

Gill, Edmund L., farmer. 

Glassford, Rev. T. S., pastor Presby- 
terian Church. 

Government Agent, H. C. Rayson. 

Government Telegraph Office, Mrs. 
Haslam, operator. 

Grieve, John, farmer. 

Grieve, Thomas, Jr., farmer. 

Grieve, Thomas, Sr., farmer. 

Griffin, J. G., farmer. 

Haslam, Mrs. P. A., operator. 

Heath, Albert W., farmer. 

Heath, John, lineman. 

Heath, Joseph, laborer. 

Hills, Henry, retired, and meteorologi- 
cal agent. 

Hills, James, farmer. 

Hills, John, carpenter. 

Hills, Percy, cook. 

Hodson, H. M. T., surveyor. 

Howitt, B. J. J., teacher. 

Huff, Geo. A., real estate. 

Hyne, Bertram, carpenter. 

Hyne, Geo., painter. 

Indian Home, James R. Motion, su- 
perintendent. 

Johns, W., carpenter. 



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King, John, carpenter. 

Kirkpatrick, Thos., retired. 

La Belle, Augustus, carpenter. 

Leeson, Wm., farmer. 

Lewis, B., farmer. 

Lindsay, R. Wm., miner. 

Maher, Thomas, miner. 

Marcon, "William H., real estate. 

Marshall, Wm. A. 

Marshall, W. M. 

McDonald, Daniel C, miner, 

McDonald, Findlay, farmer. 

McFarlane, Neil, farmer. 

McKenzie, Douglas, bartender. 

Miles, P., manager Red Cliff Lumber 
Co. 

Miller, Harry, miner. 

Milson, Wm., farmer. 

Monilaws, J., carpenter. 

Moore, Edward, farmer. 

Morgan, Arthur D., physician. 

Motion, James R., principal Indian 
Boarding School. 

Muller, Frederick, farmer. 

Neil, Alan W., Indian Agent. 

Nicholas, Peter, farmer. 

Nicholas, Wm., farmer. 

Norris, Arthur, farmer. 

OHanley, Stephen, barber. 

Owen, James L., farmer. 

Paterson, Thomas, retired. 

Paul, James, contractor. 

Pineo, C. M., manager Terry & Mar- 
re tt. 

Plaskett, Jaseph, laborer. 

Presbyterian Church, Rev. T. S. Glass- 
ford, pastor. 

Prescott, W. R. H., manager Royal 
Bank of Canada. 

Pybus, John A., physician. 

Quinn, Joseph, farmer. 

Rayson, H. C, government agent and 
magistrate. 

Redford, John, butcher. 

Riddell, D. H., manager Alberni Trad- 
ing Store. 

Rochester, Capt. A., mariner. 

Roff, George, draughtsman. 

Rogers, Joseph, of Joseph Rogers & 
Co. 

Rogers, Joseph & Co., proprietors Al- 
berni Hotel. 

ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, 

W. R. H. PRESSCOTT, Manager. 
Saunders, E. J. & Co., general store. 
Service, Andrew G., farmer. 
Smith, Andrew L., real estate. 
Smith, Geo. A., civil engineer. 
Spencer, Geo. A., farmer. 
Spencer, Norman, farmer. 
Stephenson, Albert H., farmer. 



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Stephenson, Albert T., provincial con- 
stable. 

Taylor, Charles, Jr., farmer. 

Taylor, Charles, Sr., engineer. 

Taylor, James, painter. 

Tebo, M. 

TERRY & MARETT, C. M. Pineo, 
Manager, Druggists. 

Thompson, John, clerk. 

Thomson, James, general store. 

Thomson, Wm. farmer. 

Toy, Sydney H., mine manager. 

Turnbull, Allan. 

Van Brendel, John, farmer. 

Von Brendel, Ludwig, farmer. 

Ward, Geo. 

Ward, Matthew A., proprietor Arling- 
ton Hotel. 

Watts, Walter, laborer. 

Wells, Stephen, farmer. 

White, Sidney, carpenter. 

White, William H., farmer. 

Wilkinson, James, laborer. 

Williams, Edward, retired. 

Wilson, James K., miner. 

Wimberley, F. H. Rev., rector Angli- 
can Church. 

Woodward, Ernest, farmer. 

Woodward, Henry, farmer. 

Worran, Benjamin, carpenter. 

Tulll, S. B., of Jos. Rogers & Co. 

ALBERT HEAD 

(See also Metchosln.) 

A farming settlement in the 
northeast of the Metchosin Dis- 
trict. 

Bannister, Albert, farmer. 

Duke, Mrs. Thomas (widow) 

Dutnell, George, farmer. 



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Inverarity, A. H., farmer. 
Mcllwaine, Thomas, farmer. 
Ross, Miss, housekeeper. 

ALDERLEA 

(See Duncan.) 

ALERT BAY 

A settlement and trading post 
on Cormorant Island, at the 
northern end of Vancouver Island, 
280 miles north of Victoria. Has 
a postofRce. Reached by steamer 
from Vancouver. Frincipal indu.i- 
try is salmon can'iing. 

Postmaster, Robert Chambers. 

Alert Bay Canning Co., cannery and 
general store, Robt. Chambers, 
manager. 

Alert Bay Saw Mill and general store, 
Robt. Chambers, manager. 

B. C. Packers Association. 

Burls. S., clerk. 

Chambers, O. L., clerk. 

Chambers, M. R., clerk. 

Chambers, Robert, post master, also 
manager cannery and saw mill. 

Cook, Stephen, clerk. 

Cooney, Alfred, rancher. 

Corker, Rev. Arthur W., principal In- 
dustrial School. 

Engvick, A. J., clerk. 

Hall, Rev. Alfred J., missionary. 

Halliday, Wm. M., Indian agent. 

Hawkins, Geo. G., rancher. Cormorant 
Island. 

Hearn, Wm., engineer. 

Hunt, Mrs. M., trader, Port Rupert. 

Huson, Spencer A., logger. 

Indian Industrial School, Miss Ada 
Warrener, matron. 

Kerr, John, rancher. 

Mathers, Adam, farmer. 

May, Wm. D., farmer. 

Menzie, Arthur J., farmer. 

Olney, Silas F., farmer, Cracroft Island. 

Peal, Charles, trapper. 

Robllliard, John, fisherman. 

Skinner, Jeptha J., settler, Shushartie. 

Wallace. James, settler, Shushartie. 



Warrener, Miss Ada, matron Industrial 
School. 

Willey, A. C, sawyer. 

Woolacot, Arthur, school teacher. 

Woolacot, Walter, provincial con- 
stable. 

ALEXANDRIA MINE 

(See South Wellington.) 
Six miles south of Nanaimo. 

AMPHITRITE POINT 

Situated about 2 miles south- 
west of Ucluelet; has lighthouse, 
G. W. Grant, keeper. 

ANVIL ISLAND 

An island in Howes Sound. 

ARLINGTON HOTEL P O 

(.See also Nanoose Bay and PaPks- 
ville.) 
A farming settlement, situated 
at the head of the beautiful Na- 
noose Bay, 16 miles northwest of 
Nanaimo. The surrounding coun- 
try makes this an ideal tourist 
resort. Has telegraph connection. 
Postmaster, P. L. Good. 

ARLINGTON HOTEL, 

P. L. Good, Proprietor. 

GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH AND 
POST OFFICE. 

(See foot lines) 

Bevington, Sidney, laborer. 

Dawson, Sidney, farmer. 

GOOD, P. L., Postmaster and Propri- 
etor Arlington Hotel. 

Kellett, Richard, constable. 

Knight, James, farmer. 

McNeil, Andrew, farmer. 

Morello, Joseph, farmer. 

Thomas, George F., farmer. 

Thompson, John. 

Turner, James, farmer. 

Williams, Cecil, farmer. 

Williams, Mrs. J. 

Wood, Henry E., farmer. 

BALAKLAVA ISLAND 

Off the southeast end of North 
Galiano Island. 

BALLINAC ISLAND 

In the Straits of Georgia, about 
5 miles northwest of Nanoose Bay; 
lighthouse, G. Rudge, keeper. 



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BANFIELD 

The Pacific Cable Station is 
situated on the south side of the 
entrance to Barkley Sound, 110 
miles northwest of Victoria, and 7 
miles east of Cape Beale. It is 
also a Dominion Government 
Life Boat Station. The Govern- 
ment is at present making a road 
from here to Pachena. 

Postmaster, R. G. McLachlan. 

Adams, W. G., cable operator. 

Collins, A. R., cable operator. 

Earle, H., C. P. R. operator. 

Falconer, A M., cable operator. 

Gillen, Captain, Bamfield Lifeboat. 

Godson, J. clerk. 

Godwin, A. J., clerk in charge. 

Good, D. A., engineer. 

Macdonald, J. D., superintendent West 
Coast Trails. 

McGrath, M., fisherman. 

McKee, A., general store. 

McKay, J. B., C. P. R. lineman. 

McLachlan, R. G., superintendent and 
postmaster 

Mitchell, C. T., cable operator. 

Mousley, C. E., Government Tele- 
graphs. 

Osborn, Denvers, assistant clerk in 
charge. 

Parsons, B. E., C. P. R. operator. 

Phippard, R. C., cable operator. 

Roberts, E. L., cable operator. 

Scott, G., C. P. R. operator. 

Stewart, R. D., carpenter. 

BARKLEY DISTRICT 

A land district lying southwest 
of the Alberni District. 

BARE ISLAND 

In the Gulf of Georgia, 5 miles 
east of Sidney. 

BARE POINT 

Situated at Chemalnus Bay; 
lighthouse, J. Crozier, keeper. 

BEAUMONT 

A postoffice on the Esquimalt 
Road, corner of Constance Avenue, 
3 miles west of Victoria. 

Postmaster, Fred. J. Pell. 

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BEAVER CREEK 

(See also Alberni.) 

A Postoffice six miles northwest 
of Alberni; has school, mails 
semi-weekly by stage from Nanai- 
mo; distant 56 miles. 

Postmaster, Alexander Shaw. 

Bayne, Stanley, R. S., farmer. 

Boyd, Miss, teacher. 

Dawson, Arthur H., farmer. 

Dawson, Frank, farmer. 

Dickson, Mrs. (widow). 

Halpenny, Joseph G., farmer. 

McKenzie Donald, farmer. 

McNeil, James, farmer. 

Orr, John, farmer. 

Orr, Robert, farmer. 

Shaw, Alexander, postmaster. 

Somers, Isaac, farmer. 

Thompson, Robt. W., farmer. 

BEAVER LAKE 

A station on the V. & S. Ry., 8 
miles north of Victoria. Reser- 
voir for Victoria Water Works, 
David Lehman, caretaker. 
(See Royal Oak.) 

BEAVER POINT 

A steamboat landing at the 
southeast corner of Salt Spring 
Island, 7 miles east of South Salt 
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2*/^ miles inland. Mails twice a 
week. 

Postmaster, Alex. McLennan. 

School, Mr. Simons, teacher. 

Akerman, Jas., rancher. 
Brown, — . machinist. 
Bulman & Allison Lumber Co. 
Carstairs, Robt., rancher. 
Johnson, Edward, farmer. 
King, Geo., farmer. 
King, Leon, farmer. 
McLennan, Alex., postmaster. 
Monk, Jas., farmer. 
Papinburger, John, farmer. 
Patrick, Mrs. rancher. 
Reynolds, Frank, rancher. 
Ruckle, Alfred, farmer. 
Ruckle, Daniel H., farmer. 
Ruckle, Henry, farmer. 
Thompson, sawyer. 
Trage, Adolph, farmer. 
Williams, George, farmer. 
Winton, Henry, farmer. 

BELL ISLAND 

, About 1/4 mile east of Hurst 
Island (Queen Charlotte Sound). 

BENTINCT ISLAND 

Between Vancouver Island and 
Race Island lighthouse. 

BERENS ISLAND 

Western entrance to Victoria 
Harbor; light, S. G. Harrison, 
keeper. 

BIG QUALISUM 

(See French Creek.) 

BLAINEY'S 

A flag station on the E. & N. 
Ry., 56 miles from Victoria. 

BLIGH ISLAND 

Situated in Nootka Sound. 



BRECHIN 

(See also Northfield and Departure 
Bay.) 

A mining settlement and post- 
office, l'Y2 miles north of Nanaimo; 
has general store, school, Meth- 
odist Church and hotel; the W. 
F. Co.'s Northfield mine is situated 
here. 

Postmaster, Joseph Watson. 

Baldwin, John, Miner. 

Baldwin, Wm., miner. 

Baker, Thomas, miner. 

Betts, Alexander, carpenter. 

Betts, John, carpenter. 

Buss, W., miner. 

Carpa, Michael, miner. 

Day, F., miner. 

Defries, Wm., carpenter. 

Devlin, H., foreman. 

Doward, Enoch, miner. 

Dragind, John, miner. 

Dudley, E., miner. 

Eldridge, John, laborer. 

Fox, P., miner. 

Hannay, Geo., miner. 

Hardwln, Joseph, miner. 

Hardy, Robert, miner. 

Hazel, Geo., laborer. 

Herdman, Walter, miner. 

Ibbotson, J., laborer. 

Jayes, A. E., laborer. 

Knopts, Andrew, miner. 

Knopts, Frank, miner. 

Lake, Lot, miner. 

Leslie, Frank, miner. 

Marshall, James, dairyman. 

Martin, James, miner. 

Matthews, Frank, miner. 

McGee, J., logger. 

McGee, Wm., logger. 

McLellan, Henry, Jr., miner. 

McLellan, Henry, Sr., miner. 

McLellan, John, carpenter. 

Morgan, Thomas, miner. 

Nemry, T., miner. 

Peck, Herbert E., proprietor Hotel 
Pink-Un. 

Pink-Un Hotel, H. E. Peck, proprietor. 

Reynolds, Thomas, miner. 

Reynolds, Wm., miner. 

Salmon, A., miner. 

Sampson, J., miner. 

Speakman, Joel, miner. 

Tunnah, Edward, miner. 

Furner, James, miner. 

Watson, Joseph, postmaster and gen- 
eral store. 

Watson, Thos., miner. 

Webley, J., miner. 



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A flag station on the E. & N. 
Ry., 11 miles south of Nanaimo. 

BRIGHT DISTRICT 

A land district lying west of the 
Oyster District. 

BRIGHT ISLAND 

Small island southeast of Pre- 
vost Island. 

BRIGHT ISLAND (2) 

About 4% miles northeast of 
Greeting Point. (North Galiano 
Island). 

BROCKTON ISLAND 

In Quatsino Sound. 

BROTCHY LEDGE 

Near the entrance to Victoria 
Harbor; flash light here, T. 
Sparks, keeper. 

BROTHER ISLANDS 

At the entrance to Esquimalt 
Harbor. 

BROUGHTON ISLAND 

In Queen Charlotte Sound, be- 
tween Malcolm Island and the 
mainland. 

BURGOYNE BAY 

A steamboat landing on the 
•west coast of Salt Spring Island, 2 
miles from South Salt Spring 
P.O. 

Regular steamer connections 
with Sidney and Nanaimo. 

Postoflice, South Salt Spring 
(which see). 

BURNSBY ISLAND 

Situated about 11 miles north- 
west of Union Island. 



(ToKccjtate School for 36o^g 

Head Master: 
J. W. LAING, M. A., OXFORD 

"th e laurels," 

1249 ROCKLAND AVENUE. PHONE 62 

CADBORO BAY 

A settlement on the bay 5 miles 
northeast of Victoria; in the 
Saanich Municipality. Postoflice, 
Victoria. 

Angus, — , gardener. 

Beale, Edw. W., farmer. 

Cooper, John V., chicken ranch. 

Edwards, Thomas W. 

Evans, Henry H., farmer. 

Pinnerty, John, farmer. 

Pinnerty, John J., farmer. 

Pinnerty, Wm., farmer. 

Goward, Bernard G., barrister. 

Hopps, P. 

Nicholson, — , res. "Kenward." 

Pugh, Henry, farmer. 

Reade, Irwin C, farmer. 

Richards, Beresford, farmer. 

Roach, — . 

Sinclair, John, farmer. 

Sinclair, John A. 

Sinclair, Wm. P., farmer. 

Smith, H. D., employee Giant Powder 
Co. 

Sweeney, Arthur, engineer. 

CAMERON DISTRICT 

A land district lying west of the 
Nanoose District. 

CAMERON LAKE 

A C. P. R. telegraph station lo- 
cated midway between Parksville 
and Alberni. 
McBey, Thos. B., operator. 

CAMP BAY 

(See Port Renfrew.) 

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CUT FLOWE RS, PLANTS, WREATHS 

ROSS BAY NURSERIES, VICTORIA 
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1587 Fairfield Road 



Phone 918 
Phone 285 



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DRUGS AND STATIONERY 

Mail orders solicited 

NANAIIVIO, B.C:. 



Lay ritz Nursery, 



Carey Road, Victoria, B.C. 

Headquarters for Choice Nursery Stock 
Best Assortment in the Country. 



96 Campbell River 



Cape Scott 



HAWKINS &, HAYWARD 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 
AND CONSTRUCTION 

728 Yates St. Telephone 643 



CAMPBELL RIVER 

A settlement about % a mile 
south of the mouth of the Camp- 
bell River, at the extreme south- 
east of the Sayward District and 
33 miles north of Courtney. The 
locality is famed for its salmon 
tishing and is a big- game resort. 
The extension of the E. & N. Ry. 
is expected to reach here within 
the next year or two, and the 
telephone and telegraph will prob- 
ably be in operation by the begin- 
ning of 1909. Coal has been dis- 
covered in the neighborhood, and 
its development is now starting. 
Regular steamer connections with 
"Vancouver. There is a first-class 
hotel. The logging camps in the 
neighborhood employ about 150 
men. 

Postmaster, H. Hagstrom. 

Barrett, J., manager Island Logging 
Co. 

Bragg, Fred., painter. 

Campbell River Booming Co., F. H. 
Parks, manager. 

Campbell River Trading Co. (Charles 
and Fred. Thulin and H. Hag- 
strom, proprietors), general store. 

Connor, A. P., manager Valdez Log- 
ging Co. 

Hage, Sigfricd, lumberman. 

Hagstrom, H., postmaster. 

Hannan, Emerson, of Thulin Bros & 
Hannan. 

Hargrave, Richard, farmer. 

Hoist, Olaf, rancher. 

International Timber Co. logging 
camp, F. H. Parks, manager; 
M. O'Connor, foreman. 

Island Logging Co., J. Barrett, man- 
ager. 

Knight, James, farmer. 

Knight, Wallace, farmer. 

Lloyd, Newns, farmer. 

Mahoney, J., engineer. International 
Co. 

Nunns, Fred., rancher. 



O'Connor, M., foreman International 

logging camp. 
Parks, F. H., manager International 

Timber Co. logging camp. 
Ramsay, W., engineer International 

Co. 
Sikes, Wellington, guide. 
Smith, John, rancher. 
Smith, Cecil, guide. 
Stewart, Mrs. Joseph, ranch. 
Storie, Joseph, rancher. 
Swanskey, John, farmer. 
Thompson, Joseph, guide. 
Thulin, Charles, merchant. 
THULIN BROS. & HANNAN, 

(Charles and Fred. Thulin and E. 

Hannan), Proprietors Willows 

Hotel. 
WILLOWS HOTEL, 

Thulin Bros. & Hannan, Props. 
(See page 42.) 
Woodhus, Walter, farmer. 
Valdez Logging Co., A. P. Connor, 

manager. 

CAPE BEALE 

A prominent cape, situated at 
the most southwestern point of the 
entrance to Barkley Sound, con- 
nected to Bamfield by trail; has 
lighthouse, K. Paterson, keeper. 

CAPE MUDGE 

The southerly point of Valdez 
Island, 30 miles north of Comox. 
Lighthouse, J. Davidson, keeper. 

CAPE LAZO 

On the East coast, 5 miles north 
east of Comox; wireless station, 
Chas. Bradbury and C. M. Mcln- 
tyre, operators. 

CAPE SCOTT 

(See also San Josef.) 

A postoffice and settlement on 
the northwesternmost part of 
Vancouver Island, 75 miles north- 
west of Quatsino and 300 miles 
northwest of Victoria; mails once 
per month. Big game is very 
plentiful in this district. 

Postmaster, Nels C. Nelson. 

Cape Scott Settlers' Association. 

Cape Scott Farmers' Exchange. 

Anderson, Carl M., farmer. 
Bekker, Bertrel C. B., farmer. 



B.C. Hardware Company, Ltd. 

631 YATES STREET, Cor. BROAD, VICTORIA. Telephone 82 



Bf]|r»l|* Q /ni SOLE AGENTS FOR 

. Williams & Co. SEMI-READY TAILORING 

CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS. 614 Yates St, Victoria, B.C. 



Cape Scott 



Chase River 97 



Christensen, Carl, schoolmaster and 
secretary Cape Scott Settlers As- 
sociation. 

Christensen, N., farmer. 

Christensen, Soren, farmer. 

Christiansen, Carl, farmer. 

Co-operative Store, N. C. Nelson, 
manager. 

Frederiksen, T., logger. 

Glerup, Peter, provincial constable. 

Hansen, Kund, farmer. 

Hansen, Rasmus, saw mill. 

Holm, Jens, farmer. 

Jensen, Hans P., farmer. 

Jensen, Lars, fisherman. 

Jensen, N. P., fisherman. 

Jensen, Martin, farmer. 

Nelson, Nels C, postmaster and 
meteorological agent. 

Nielsen, N. T., farmer. 

Pedersen, Carl J., farmer. 

Shuttleworth, Henry, miner. 

Skinner, George, trapper. 

Skinner, J. J., farmer. 

Thomson, Byrge, farmer. 

Thorp, Soren, farmer. 

CARMANAH 

Lighthouse and telegraph sta- 
tion on the west coast of Vancou- 
ver Island, 80 miles northwest of 
Victoria; Port Renfrew, 20 miles 
south. W. P. Daykin, lighthouse 
keeper and telegraph agent. 

CATALA ISLAND 

Situated at entrance of Esper- 
anza Inlet. 

CEDAR 

(See also Stovely.) 

. A farming settlement and post- 
office in the Cedar District, 7 miles 
south of Nanaimo. Mails weekly. 
Postmaster, Harry Maguire. 

Anglican Church, Rev. T. A. Bagshaw. 
Bowater, Neal, farmer. 
Cassidy, Thomas, farmer. 
Cavin, George, farmer. 
Cozens, Frank, farmer. 
Ferguson, Dan., farmer. 
Ferguson, Reuben, farmer. 
Fessenden, K. H., teacher. 
Gould, S., farmer. 
Hill, John, farmer. 
Keene, Charles, farmer. 
Maguire, Henry, farmer and post- 
master. 



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Michael, Ed. D., farmer. 

Michaels, Jules, farmer. 

Michaels, Walter, farmer. 

Moser, Martin, farmer. 

Quennell, Edward, farm and slaughter 

house. 
Saunders, Thos., farmer. 
Scott, Geo. W., baker. 
Styger, Louis, farmer. 
Thomas, John, farmer. 
Thompson, Joseph, farmer. 
White, Parker, farmer. 

CEDAR HILL 

A district adjoining Victoria on 
the north. 

(See Mount Tolmie.) 

CHASE RIVER 

A farming settlement on the 
Chase River, 2 miles south of 
Nanaimo. Has public school. 
Postofflce, Nanaimo. 

Aitken, Peter, miner. 
Blunt, Adolphus, farmer. 
Brunt, James, miner. 
Brunt, Harry, miner. 
Custison, Charles, farmer. 
Custlson, Henry, farmer. 
Cuthbert, George, miner. 
Feilding, Frederick, farmer. 
Greenway, Ben., farmer. 
Greenway, John, farmer. 
Howson, Charles, farmer. 
Houten, — ., farmer. 
Isbister, John, farmer. 
Keast, Richard, miner. 
Maki, Victor, farmer. 
McNeil, Robert, miner. 



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ESTATES MANAGED 
1205 Broad St.,Victoria. Phone 65 



98 Chase River 



Chemainus 



YOXALL POULTRY FARM 

HARTLEY GISBORNE. 



White Orpingtons. 

Posi Office : LADYSMITH, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Miles, Thomas, farmer. 
Paterson, Thos., miner. 
Phillips, Geo., miner. 
Rowbottom, John W., miner. 

CHEMAINUS 

A station on the E. & N. Ry., 
in the Municipality of North 
Cowichan, 60 miles north of Vic- 
toria and 6 south of Ladysmith. 
There is a steamer landing and 
connections with the Islands of 
the Gulf. The saw mill is one 
of the largest in the country and 
gives employment to the ma- 
jority of the population. 

Postmaster, E. J. Palmer; as- 
sistant, Miss A. Smiley. 

Schools: Chemainus Landing; 
C. S. Lyons; Chemainus River, 
Lilian M. Ross. 

Provincial Constable, R. B. 
Halhed. 

Pound-keeper, J. Crozier. 

Churches: Anglican, Rev. Wm. 
Barton; Baptist, Rev. A. Anderson. 

Societies: Woodmen of the 
World, Geo. Elliot, secretary. 

Alber, E. E., fireman. 

Allan, H. H., ship carpenter. 

Anderson, Rev. A. (Baptist). 

Armstrong, P. G., teamster. 

Baines, Geo., boom watchman. 

Baker, George, farmer. 

Barton, Rev. Wm. (Anglican). 

Beffman, Phil., millhand. 

Bennett, E. L., logging superintendent. 

Bergman, E. E., millhand. 

Booth, Roy, store clerk. 

Booth, Verne, teamster. 

Booth, Victor, boomman. 

Bourne, Miss J. E., nurse. 

Bowden, E. W., head fireman. 

Brettingham, F. A., farmer. 

Bridger, George, shoemaker. 

Cadwallader, J. millwright. 

Cain, R.. blacksmith. 

Campbell, N. W., farmer. 

Cantrill, Wm., setter. 

Carlson, Oscar, edgerman. 



Cary, Len, locomotive engineer. 
Cathcart, Harry, teamster. 
Cathcart, James, farmer. 
Chapman, S. T., shipping clerk. 
Collyer, A. E., proprietor Horseshoe 

Bay Hotel. 
Collyer, Charles. 

Conway, C. W., retired army captain. 
Cosh, Geo., edgerman. 
Crozier, A., machinist. 
Crozier, J., poundkeeper. 
Cunningham, Fred., filer. 
Cunningham, H., filer. 
De Krulf, Miss E., nurse hospital. 
Dods, Peter D., stenographer. 
Donald, H. E., farmer. 
Elliott, Geo. R., office manager. 
Erb, Samuel, mill superintendent. 
Erb, S. F., head filer. 
Fetterley, R., filer. 
Firth, E., agent E. & N. Ry. 
Fisher, Mrs., hospital nurse. 
Fong Tung, laundry. 
Eraser, Miss H. E., matron, hospital. 
Frazier, A. H., store manager. 
Fry, Henry, farmer. 
Gallant, Fred., brakeman. 
Gallant, Ray, machinist. 
Gilbert, ,E. E., store clerk. 
Graham, Geo., vard foreman. 
HAGAN, SAMUEL J., 

Proprietor LEWISVILLE HOTEL. 
Halhed, R. B., provincial constable. 
Hand, A., boomman. 
Hatfield, H., setter. 
Hemsworth, J. H., general store. 
Hill, Lewis G., cashier. 
Hornell, H., millhand. 
Horse Shoe Bay Hotel, A. E. Collyer, 

proprietor. 
Howe, Arthur, butcher. 
Howe, Matthew, farmer. 
Hrenkow, Mike, millhand. 
Hrenkow, Steve, millhand. 
Iverson, L., night watchman. 
Jennings, Wm., farmer. 
Johnson, P. A., millwright. 
Langley, Oscar, miner. 
Langworthy, E., planer helper. 
Larson, Gus, millwright. 
Lawrence, Charles, millhand. 
Lepper, Geo., sawyer. 
Lewis, A. H., hotel. 
Lewis, Jas., engineer. 
LEWISVILLE HOTEL, 

SAM J. HAGAN, Proprietor. 
(See foot lines) 
Lyons, C. S., teacher. 
Maingey, Harold, farmer. 
Maingey, Richard, farmer. 
Man Hop, Chinese store. 



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HINTON ELECTRIC CO. 



I_ I IVI IXE D 



ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES 



911 Government St., Victoria 



Phone 38 



Chemainus 



Clayoquot 99 



Marshall, James, fireman. 

Marshall, J. F., farmer. 

May, William, farmer. 

McBride, Samuel^ section foreman, 

E. & N. 
McDonald, D. F., setter. 
Mclnnes, A. G., machinist. 
McKinnon, A. D., sawyer. 
McMillian, Matthew, bookkeeper A. 

A. Howe. 
Monk, L. C, mill tallyman. 
Monk, O., barber. 
Morell, W. E., master mechanic. 
Nakashima, K., Japanese store. 
Neil, James, farmer. 
North Covvichan District Hospital; Dr. 

H. B. Rogers in charge. Miss H. E. 

Fraser, matron. 
Okubo, K., Japanese store. 
Olson, O. M., farmer. 
Ortis, Joe, longshoreman. 
Packard, J. A., tallyman. 
Payzant, H. H., planer foreman. 
Pearson, Mrs. D., laundry agent. 
Pearson, Pete, farmer. 
Porter, Tom, farmer. 
Porter, Vincent, farmer. 
Porter, Walter, farmer. 
Ridgeway, C, fireman. 
Riggs, Richard, cutter A. Howe. 
Robinson, J. R., tallyman. 
Robinson, Rus., machinist. 
Robinson, Samuel, longshoreman. 
Rodu, Staveo, night fiireman. 
Rogers, H. B., physician. 
Roseboom, Wm., timekeeper. 
Ross, Lilian M., teacher. 
Sherman, Lewis, longshoreman. 
Smiley, H., 'teamster. 
Smiley, Miss A., assistant post office. 
Smith, A. C, machinist. 
Smith, J. P., gang sawyer. 
Smith, Wm., millhand. 
Stevinson, P. R., tallyman. 
Stokes, R. R., freight agent E. & N. 
Thompson, Geo., blacksmith. 
Tim Kee, Chinese store. 
VICTORIA LUMBER & MANUFAC- 
TURING CO., LTD, Edward J. 

Palmer, Local Manager; Sawmill 

and General Store. 
Watts, E. G., millhand. 
West, John & Sons, sawmill. 
Wood, Alonzo, shoemaker. 
Tick Kee, Chinese store. 

CLAYOQUOT 

(See also Ahousat and Sidney Inlet.) 

An important settlement on 
Stubbs Island, southeast of Mears 



BEFORE ORDERING SEE 

Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. 

355 GARBALLY ROAD. VICTORIA 

Lumber Manufacturers, dealing in all classes of 
Lumber, Moldings, Shingles, Lath, Sash and 
Doors. 



Island, on West coast of Vancou- 
ver Island. It is about 150 miles 
northwest of Victoria, with which 
it has regular steamer connec- 
tions. The Mining Recording 
Otflce and Provincial Police Sta- 
tion for the West Coast are situ- 
ated here. There is a postoffice, 
hotel, courthouse and telegraph 
station; also a steam and a water 
power sawmill. There is consider- 
able activity in mining and de- 
velopment work in the vicinity, 
and this is also a supply centre 
for whaling and sealing schooners. 
A Dominion Government lifeboat 
is stationed here. 

Postmaster, Walter T. Dawley. 

Albert, Peter, painter. 

Arnet, Jacob, fisherman. 

Arnet, Sophus', fisherman. 

Auseth, Bernt, mill owner. 

Beck, James, mine owner. 

Brennan, Peter F., miner. 

Brewster, Harlan C, M. P. P., of 
Clayoquot Canning Co. 

British Pacific Gold Property Co., Ltd. 

Brown, Alva C, trapper. 

Carter, Lawrence W., clerk. 

Cassidy, J., logger. 

Charles, Rev. Father, teacher. 

Chesterman, John, farmer and cox- 
swain of lifeboat. 

Christie Industrial School, Rev. Pater 
Maurus, principal. 

Clark, William, mine manager. 

Clayoquot Canning Co., H. C. Brewster, 
manager. 

Clayoquot Methodist Hospital, Dr. M, 
Raynor in charge. 

Coomes, J. E., farmer. 

Corbau, Frank, logger. 

Corbin, Edward, farmer. 

Dawley, Clarence, mine owner. 

Dawley, Walter T., Postmaster, Min- 
ing Recorder, General Store and 
Hotel. 

Drinkwater, Joseph A., prospector. 

Eik, J., fisherman. 

Gabriel, Brother, Catholic school. 

Gardner, D. W., miner. 



Lawrence Goodacre & Sons 

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS. 1327 Government, Cor. Johnson, Victoria 



QUEEN'S MARKET 

Established 1858 



PLIMLEY AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, Ltd, 



Automobile Garage, 606 Government, Victoria 



Phone 695 



100 Clayoquot 



Cobble Hill 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

Stocks, Bonds, High 
Grade Investments. 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitar] Block 
VICTORIA, B. C. 

Garrard, E. B., telegraph agent. 

Garrett, Burdette. 

Goltz, John, miner. 

Govvard, E. B., telegraph operator. 

Goward, F. C, farmer. 

Grant, Lachlan, mine owner. 

Grice, John, shipping master. 

Harvey, Charles Tupper, stock raiser. 

Hangen, Michael, carpenter. 

Hansen, Anton, fisherman. 

Hoore, Augs, farmer. 

Husby, Samuel, farmer. 

Husher, Peter, prospector. 

Helga Gold & Copper Mining Co., Ltd. 

Jensen, Jens P., farmer, in charge of 
lifeboat. 

Jones, Charles D., master mariner. 

Kershaw, Wm., farmer. 

Kinsey, Wm. D., logger. 

Knudson, Jacob, carpenter. 

Lomax, Joseph, laborer. • 

Maltby, George A., farmer. 

Marshall, Raymond, mine owner. 

Maurus, Rev. P., principal Christie In- 
dustrial School and meteorological 
agent. 

McCuskar, Michael, farmer. 

McDonald, P. A., Government scaler. 

McKenna, John J., of Sloman & Mc- 
Kenna. 

McLeod, A., miner. 

McLeod, E., provincial constable. 

McLeod, M., farmer, 

Moser, Rev. Charles L., R. C. priest. 

Neilson, Julius, farmer. 

Nichols, Fred, miner. 

Norgar, W. J., miner. 

Pollock, J., lighthouse keeper. 

Poole, Wm. F., mine owner. 

Qulnsenberry, H. T., farmer. 

Raynor, Melbourne, physician Meth- 
odist Hospital. 

Rhodes, John, farmer. Trout River. 

Riley, Reese, laborer. 

Seebaum, Henry. 

Simons, Frank, tanner. 

Sloman & McKenna (James Sloman & 
John J, McKenna), general store. 

Stone, W. J., farmer. 

Stuermer, Geo., rancher. 

Sutton Lumber & Trading Co., saw- 
mill. 



Talbot, George R., mine owner. 
Tibbs, J. H., farmer. 
Tone, Stuart S. 
Tundel, Albert, fisherman. 
Tundel, Bertram, fisherman. 
Wingen, Thomas, mill owner. 
WoUan, Antone J., miner. 
Wollan, Paul J., farmer. 
Woolley, Hiram E., farmer. 

CLO-OOSE 

(Meaning Safe Landing.) 

An Indian village on the west 
coast of Vancouver Island, situ- 
ated 2 miles from the Nininat 
Lagoon; Victoria 75 miles south- 
east. Nearest postoffice is Port 
Renfrew, about 22 miles south. 
Government telegraph and lifeboat 
here. 

Dimming, Rev., missionary. 

Logan, David, general merchandise 
and in charge of lifeboat. 

Martin, Joseph, rancher. 

Murphy, J. S., lineman. 

Rasancher, Otto, Government patrol- 
man. 

COAL ISLAND 

A small island in the Gulf of 
Georgia, 2 miles north of Sidney. 
Ah See, proprietor. 

COBBLE HILL 

A postoffice and station on the 
B. & N. Railway, 31 miles north 
of Victoria (40 miles by road). Has 
express and telegraph office and 
Roman Catholic, Methodist and 
Anglican Churches. 

Postmaster, James A. Porter. 

School, Bevin Pritchard, teacher. 

Barry, David, planerman. 

Barry, John, rancher. 

Barry, Patrick, rancher. 

Bazett, Richard, rancher, 

Cameron, John D., rancher. 

Case, Henry O., farmer. 

Chapman, Frank, farmer. 

Chapman, W. P., rancher. 

Cobble Hill Hotel, Nelson Le Croix, 
proprietor. 

Cobble Hill Lumber Co., George Weeks 
and Vincent Nightingale, pro- 
prietors. 

Cornish, Fred., rancher, 

Cuthbert, Fred. A., rancher. 

Dann, Herbert, rancher. 



LEWISVILLE HOTEL 

Chemainus, B. C. 



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Colquitz 101 



Deloume, J. B., rancher. 

Dougan, James, farmer. 

Dougan, J. J., rancher. 

Easton, Walter, carpenter. 

Eaton, Charles, rancher. 

Frayne, Robert, rancher. 

Freeman, John, teamster. 

Garnett, L. O., retired. 

Gosnell, James, rancher. 

Hearn. John, farmer. 

Hogg, Charles, rancher. 

Holllngs, Albert, rancher. 

Hollings, Henry, rancher. 

Hoy, James A., rancher. 

Jeffrey, W., carpenter. 

Porter, F. T., station agent E. & N. 

Porter, James A., postmaster. Cobble 

HilL 
Pritchard, Bevin, teacher. 
La Fortune, Joseph, rancher. 
Lamb, Mortimer, rancher. 
Le Croix, Nelson, proprietor hotel and 

grocery store. 
Manley, Robert, rancher. 
Manley, Wm. G., rancher. 
Marler, Fred., engineer Lumber Co. 
Melrose, Mrs. M. M., farm. 
Marriman, Wm.. rancher. 
Macfarlane, J. F. Lenox, Major, retired. 
McPherson, Donald, section foreman 

E. & N. 
Nelson, Mrs. Christina, farm. 
Nightingale, Clifford, rancher. 
Nightingale, John, rancher. 
Nightingale, Vincent, farmer and 

mill owner. 
Shepherd, Harry, sawyer. 
Shepherd, Isaac, farmer. 
Stadlin, Antone, cooper. 
Stuart. W. H., farmer. 
Taggart, John, rancher. 
Wa Lee, general store. 
Weeks, George, mill owner. 
Wilder, George, rancher. 
Wilkinson, John, rancher. 

COBURN 

A postoffice in the Oyster Dis- 
trict, 5 miles north of Ladysmith, 
located at the logging camp of 
The Ladysmith Lumber Co. This 
postoffice may be closed in a few 
months, as the logging in the dis- 
trict Is nearly finished. 

Postmaster, John W. Coburn. 

Assistant, Thomas Renwick. 

School, Miss T. Rodger. 

Barry, John, tallyman. 
Cain, John, planeman. 
Cairns, John, farmer. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

Wholesale Wrapping Paper, 

Paper Bags, Etc. = 

Let me quote you prices. 

620 CORMORANT ST. - VICTORIA. B. C. 



Feilding. W., logger. 
Fuller, A., teamster. 
Galloway, A., millwright. 
Godfrey, John, planerman. 
Gribble, John, night watchman. 
Harris, Robert, logger. 
Haslam, Wm., logger. 
Hemer, H., engineer. 
Hodgson, H., sawyer. 
Horth, R.. logger. 
McKinnon, A., logger. 
Mercer, W., planerman. 
Muir, Joseph, farmer. 
Patterson, Mrs. James, farm. 
Renwick, Thos., engineer. 
Rodger, Miss T., teacher. 
Stewart, Alex., teamster. 
Turner, W., teamster. 
Welch, Mead, mill foreman. 
Williams, David, farmer. 
Williams, Parker, M.P.P. for New- 
castle District. 

COFFIN ISLAND 

At the entrance of Victoria 
Harbor. 

COFFIN ISLET 

North side of entrance to Oyster 
Harbor; lighthouse, R. Harrap, 
keeper. 



COLQUITZ 



(Postoffice, formerly called Garnham.) 

In the Lake District of the 
Saanich Municipality, near the 
Colquitz River, 5 miles northwest 
of Victoria by the Carey Road, 
Royal Oak Station 1% miles. Has 
a public hall; mails daily, leaving 
Colquitz 8 a.m., and returning 
leaves Victoria 9:30 a.m. 

Postmaster, Joseph Freeman. 

School, Bertha Few, teacher. 

St. Michael's Church (Anglican), 
Rev. H. A. Collison. 

Methodist Church. 

Anderson, Swan. 



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706 YATES ST.. VICTORIA 
PHONE 640 



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Averill, Mrs. O. (widow). 
Ball, Mary. 

Barker, James, farmer. 
Barker, James, farmer. 
Burnham, Eugene. 
Burgess, Harold, farmer. 
Carey, Joseph W. 
Carsley, Matthew H. 
Chandler, J. A. Earle, farmer. 
Chandler, Roy D., farmer. 
Chinnery, Edward. 
Churchill, John W. 
Clapperton, John, merchant. 
Etheridge, Ernest L., carpenter. 
Etheridge, Euphemia M., farmer. 
Few, Bertha, teacher. 
Freeman, Joseph, farmer and 

master. 
Gillie, James D. 
Goepel, Philip D., dairyman. 
Holmes, Henry. 
Inglis, Joshua. 
Jackman, Mrs. M. E. 
Jackman, S. James, farmer. 
Johns, Joseph, farmer. 
Jones, Charles B. 
Jones, George, farmer. 
Jones, J. K. Watts, farmer. 
Jones, Samuel, farmer. 
Klopfel, Paul, nursery help. 
LAYRITZ NURSERY, 

Richard Layritz, Proprietor. 
(See top lines.) 
Lindsay, George, farmer. 
Marshall, James, farmer. 
Middleton, Francis. 
Miller, Mrs. James (widow). 
Odgers, Thomas. 
Peacey, Alfred H., mariner. 
Pearson, Thomas B., accountant 
Picken, Mrs. E. 
Roach, Hugh, farmer. 
Roach, John, farmer. 
Robbins, John. 
Shires, Squire. 
Sims Bros., Colquitz Dairy. 
Street, John, blacksmith. 
Trull, Henry, fruit grower. 
Trull, Herbert. 



Tunnicliffe, J. T. 

Van Decar, H. D., rancher. 

Wanwer, A. V. 

Warren, George, rancher. 

COLVILLE ISLAND 

At the entrance to Victoria 
Harbor. 

COLWOOD 

(See also Coldstream and Millstream.) 

A flag station and postofRce on 
the E. & N. Railway, in the Es- 
quimalt District, 8 miles west of 
Victoria. Has church, postoffice, 
public hall, two hotels, brick yard, 
two lime kilns and a gravel pit. 
Farming is the principal industry. 

Postmaster, Arthur H. Peatt. 

Acton, Wm., farmer. 

Arden, James, teamster. 

Atkins, Arthur, laborer. 

Atkins, Joseph, lime burner. 

Atkins, Thomas, lime burner. 

Baker, Maud, teacher. 

Barker, David, farmer. 

B. C. SAND & GRAVEL CO.'S PIT. 

Head Office, Victoria. 
Bennett, James, farmer. 
Bezantion, George, farmer. 
Bickford, Wm., farmer. 
Blatchford, Martin, farmer. 
Brakes, Joseph, farmer. 
Brakes, Samuel, farmer. 
Bruck, Herman, farmer. 
Campbell, Daniel, proprietor Colwood 

Hotel. 
Catterall, Thomas, contractor. 
Colwood Hotel, Daniel Campbell, pro- 
prietor. 
Cousins, Daniel, laborer. 
Demers, Ernest, barber. 
Demers, Ludger O., proprietor Oak 

Dell Hotel. 
Engstrom, A., farmer. 
Everest, James, cook Silica Brick 

Works. 
Flindell, Walter, farmer. 
Germain, L., farmer. 
Gladding, H., caretaker. 
Gosse, Josiah, Gapt. F., farmer. 
Greenwood, Harold, gunner. 
Gunter, Wm., farmer. 
Heatherbell, George, farmer. 
Hirst, Joseph H., manager Silica Brick 

& Lime Co.'s works. 
Kemp, — ., lawyer. 
Kidman, Alfred, employee Silica 

Works. 



LAKESIDE HOTEL, 

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Lemon, — ., farmer. 

McNair, Colin M., retired. 

McNair, Gordon, retired. 

Oak Dell Hotel, L. O. Demers, pro- 
prietor. 

Park, James, farmer. 

Parker, Henry, farmer. 

Peatt, Alfred T.. farmer. 

Peatt, Arthur H., postmaster. 

Porter, James, shoemaker. 

Powell, Geo., retired. 

Raymond, John, lime burner. 

Robbins, Wm., laborer. 

Robson, Wm., farmer. 

Shields, Edward, teamster. 

Shields, Lyle, laborer. 

Silica Brick & Lime Co.'s works, 
Joseph H. Hirst, manager; head 
office, Victoria. 

Smith, James, engineer Silica Brick 
Works. 

Stockhand, John. 

Strachan, A., farmer. 

Taylor, Alfred, farmer. 

Taylor, Charles, farmer. 

Thompson, Edward, section foreman 
E. & N. Ry. 

Trenchard, Harold, laborer. 

Wale, A. B., farmer. 

Walker, Wm., laborer. 

Weir, Charles, farmer. 

COMIAKEN DISTRICT 

A land district lying southeast 
of Chemainus District. 

COMOX 

(See also Sandwick, Courtney and 
Cumberland.) 

An important town in the Co- 
mox District, 54 miles north of 
Nanaimo. Has telegraph, tele- 
phone and money order post- 
office and savings bank. Mails 
three times a week. Has Episco- 
pal, Presbyterian and Catholic 
Churches, and public school 
Nearest railway station, Nanaimo, 
from which it is reached by regu- 
lar steamer. 

Postmaster, Joseph B. Holmes. 

Comox School, Mrs. A. McLen- 
nan, teacher. 

Lazo School, F. B. Church, 
teacher. 

Catholic, Father H. Mertens. 

Episcopal, Rev. J. X. Willemar. 

Presbyterian, Rev. Thomas Men- 
zies. 




L O. F., Comox Lodge No. 4904, 
meets last Thursday; C. J. Moore, 
secretary. 
Anderton, Joseph, farmer. 
Anderton. L.. farmer. 
Bambrick, Thomas, logger. 
Beadnal, George D., physician, retired. 
Backensell, Thomas, farmer. 
Berkenstock, Mrs. E., laundry. 
Bradbury, Chas., agent Dominion 

wireless Telegraphs. 
Cairns, Thomas, J.P., farmer. 
Carruthers, W. E., farmer. 
Carthew, Donald, farmer. 
Carthew, James A., farmer. 
Carte, Phil., logger. 
Church, A. F. B.', school teacher and 

rancher. 
Cliffe, Mrs. S. J., proprietress Lome 

Hotel. 
Cowie, Alexander. 
Dominion Government Telegraphs, 

Geo. G. McDonald, agent. 
Dominion Wireless Telegraphs, Chas. 

Bradbury, agent. 
Downey, Paul, carpenter. 
ELK HOTEL, Geo. G. McDonald, 

Proprietor. . 

England, Albert, blacksmith. 
Fraser, John, farmer. 
Gage, Walter, farmer. 
Giddings, John, farmer. 
Grant, Kenneth, sawyer. 
Grant, Albert, farmer. 
Hall, Mrs. E., ranch. 
Hardy, John, farmer. 
Hart, Lynman, logger. 
Hawkins, John, farmer. 
Hellen, Ole, laborer. 

Holmes, Miss E., assistant postoffice. 
Holmes, Joseph B., postmaster, gen- 
eral store and Port Augusta Hotel. 
Hudson, James E., farmer. 
Hudson, T., farmer. 
Knight, James M., farmer. 
Knight, Lewis Arthur, farmer. 
Lawrence, J., rancher. 
Lome Hotel, Mrs. S. J. Cliffe, pro- 
prietress. 



QUAMICHAN HOTEL 



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I and Commercial Men. / 



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The Home School For Boys 
Principal - J. W. CHURCH, M.A. 



Lusas, H. C, bakery. 

McCann, John W., carpenter. 
McDonald, Geo. G., proprietor Elk 

Hotel. 
Macdonald, Bessie, telegraph agent. 
Manners, Theodore. 
Manners, Mrs. A. M. (widow). 
Mathewson, Charles, farmer. 
Mathewson, Wm., farmer. 
Mertens, H., R. C. priest. 
Miller, John J. R., farmer. 
Miller, Wm. J., farmer. 
Moore, Charles J., general store. 
Pigott, Charles H., farmer. 
Piscoe, F., farmer. 
Port Augusta Hotel, J. B. Holmes, 

proprietor. 
Prltchard, A., farmer. 
Pritchard, James A., logger. 
Robb, Wm. R., farmer. 
Ryan, David, R., farmer. 
Ryan, Philip W., farmer. 
Small, Mrs. Edward. 
Smith, R. J., farmer. 
Stewart, Daniel, farmer. 
Stewart, Hugh, farmer. 
Thomas, David W., engineer. 
Thomson, Joseph, logger. 
Westrup, Charles, carpenter. 
Whelan, Patrick, farmer. 
Willcox, Ralph fl., shoemaker. 
Williams, Charles, farmer. 
Williams, John T., farmer. 
Wood, Llewellyn. 

COMPTON ISLAND 

One-half mile northwest of Har- 
bledown Island. 

CORFIELD 

A postofflce at the head of 
Cowichan Bay and mouth of the 
Koksilah River, lYz miles north 
of Cowichan. Nearest railway 
station and telegraph office, Kok- 
silah, 11/^ miles. 

Postmaster, G. T. Corfield. 

Collins, Wollock, farmer. 
Corfield, George T., farmer, post- 
master and general store. 



Livingstone, Mrs. Clement. 
Maltland-Dougall, Fred. H. 
Marshall, Matthew J., farmer. 
Marriner, Edward A., farmer. 
Spears, John, farmer. 
Tooker, Capt. Wm., R. N., retired. 

CORTEZ ISLAND 

(See also Whaletown.) 

An island north of the Straits 
of Georgia and in the Comox Dis- 
trict, 30 miles north of Comox and 
7 east of Valdez Island. It is 
about 16 miles in length. Steam- 
ers weekly from Vancouver. There 
are 2 postofHces on the Island, 
Cortez Island P. O. and Whale- 
town. 

Postmaster Cortez Postofflce, 
John Manson. 

Hague, Henry, laborer. 
Hayes, Horace, rancher. 
Manson, John, general store and post- 
master. 
Plante, Frank, rancher. 
Plante, Peter, rancher. 
Robertson, David, farmer. 
Teuber, August, rancher. 
Thompson, Walter, farmer. 
Wailes, G., farmer. 

COURTNEY 

(See also Sandwich.) 

A village in Comox District, 11 
miles north of Union Bay and 3 
north of Comox. Has money order 
postofflce, telegraph and telephone. 
It is finely situated on both sides 
of Courtney River and in the cen- 
tre of the other settlements of the 
Comox District. It Is a favorite 
place for fishermen and hunters. 

Postmaster, Joseph McPhee. 
Societies — - 

A. F. & A. M., Hiram Lodge No. 
14, meets on Fridays. H. Stewart, 
secretary. 

I. O. P., Court Roberts No. 4149, 
meets last Tuesday. Recording- 
secretary, M. B. Ball, Sandwich. 

L. O. L., Courtney Lodge. Sec- 
retary, J. W. Smith, Grantham. 

Woodmen of the World. 

Sisters of the Maccabees. 

Courtenay School, T. J. Barron, 
teacher. 

Barron, T. J., school teacher. 
Berto, Joseph, laborer. 



ARLINGTON HOTEL, 

Government Telegraph and Post Office 
Station Located Here. 



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Fishermen. 

Accommodation and Cuisine Unsurpassed. 

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Bowler, James S., farmer. 

Brown, Walter, logger. 

Buchanan, Edward, teamster. 

Calnan, Edward J., farmer. 

Calnan, James E., farmer. 

Campbell, A., farmer. 

Campbell, C, farmer. 

Carter, Henry, farmer. 

Carter, John, farmer. 

Carter, Richard, Jr. 

Cater, Richard, farmer. 

Carwithen, Miss L., clerk McPhee & 
Sons. 

Casey, Wm., bartender. 

Comox Creamery Association; Wm. 
Duncan, secretary; W. J. Carroll, 
butter maker. 

Comox Co-operative Society; B. Craw- 
ford, manager; W. Hodgson, local 
manager; meats. 

Concenia, Noah, farmer. 

Courtney Hotel, John R. Johnson, pro- 
prietor. 

Crawford, Byron, farmer. 

Crawford, Walter, bartender. 

Creech Bros. (James, Harold and 
Bert), livery stable. 

Creech, Ed., painter. 

Crockett, John, teamster. 

Custance, Travers T. M., bookkeeper. 

Davis, Isaac, farmer. 

Davis, Oscar, teamster. 

Davis, S. H., teamster. 

Faber, N., logger. 

FECHNER, OTTO H., Proprietor 
RIVERSIDE HOTEL. 

Ferguson, R., logger. 

Fitzgerald, Joseph, logger. 

Fletcher, Donald, logger. 

Grahaii'., Thomas, logger. 

Hall, Joseph H., logger. 

Holliday, Jamet- C., gardener. 

Haraper, Chas., painter. 

Hawkins, John. 

Hickman, Lewis, farmer. 

Hodgson, Wesley, butcher, Comox 
Co-operative Society. 

Ito, Abe, dairyman. 

Johnston, John, laborer. 

Johnston, John R., proprietor Court- 
ney Hotel. 

Kaye, W., assistant foreman V. L. & 
M. Co. logging camp. 

King, Elijah, farmer. 

King, John, farmer. 

Leighton, George, blacksmith. 

Lewis, Wm., farmer. 

McKelvie, Adam, retired. 

McKenzie, James, laborer. 

McKenzie, John W., blacksmith. 

McPhee, Wm. S., merchant. 



HOTEL WILSON 

FIREPROOF, MODERN and 
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 
One Block from Steamboat Landing 
JAS. R. MCKINNELL, PROP. 

N A N A I M Q, B.C. 

McPhee, Horace N., salesman Mc- 
Phee & Son. 

McPhee, Joseph, postmaster. 

McPhee, J. & Sons, general store and 
telegraph agents. 

McQuillan, Robert, livery stable. 

Martin, Harry, laborer. 

Mason, John, fish inspector. 

Millard, Harrison P., physician. 

Morrison, Hugh, farmer. 

Mullen, Wm., laborer. 

Perez, Michael, farmer. 

Piercy, Andrew, logger. 

Piercy, John, farmer. 

Pigatt, P. H., laborer. 

Plews, Richard, butcher. 

Porteous, H. S., farmer. 

Radford, Arthur L., carpenter. 

RIVERSIDE HOTEL, 

OTTO H. FECHNER, Proprietor. 
(See page 44.) 

Shaw, George N., engineer. 

Smith, Thomas, farmer. 

Surgenor, Robert, farmer. 

Urquhart, Alex., farmer. 

Urquhart, John, farmer. 

Victoria Lumber & Manufacturing 
Co. logging camp, E. L. Bennent, 
foreman. 

COWICHAN BAY 

A postofflce and steamboat land- 
ing on Cowichan Bay, 3 miles east 
of Cowichan Station and 6 miles 
southeast of Duncan. 

Postmistress, Mrs. P. Frumento. 

Brownjohn, Nevlin, hotelkeeper. 
Buena Vista Hotel, N. Brownjohn, 

proprietor. 
Dighton, Stanley M., farmer. 



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Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIN W. JONES, 

Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phon« 282. ROOM 12, M ETROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B.C . 

Hinks, J. F., gentleman. 
Hinks, Reginald N., gentleman. 
Irvine, Henry D., farmer. 
Ford & Luscombe, farmers. 
Ordano, Miss C, general store. 
Ordano, G. B. 
Parry, A. N., farmer. 
Thomas, W. S., farmer. 

COWICHAN LAKE 

A postoffice in the Cowichan 
district, 20 miles west of Duncan, 
from which it is reached by stage. 
A trail connects the north end of 
the lake to the Alberni-Nanaimo 
Road. 

Postmaster, Frank H. Price. 

Bayley, Charles, farmer. 

Beadnell, Harry, farmer. 

Brown, Wm. C., farmer. 

Donaldson, D. F. C, farmer. 

Gillespie, Kenneth. 

Green, Alfred, farmer. 

Green, Frank, farmer. 

Haggard, Andrew, author. 

LAKESIDE HOTEL, 

PRICE BROS., Proprietors. 
(See foot lines.) 

McDowell, Charles, hotel. 

March, Henry, farmer. 

Meade, Robt. A., farmer. 

Monteith, Wm. 

Oliver, W. E., barrister. 

Poirier, — ., courier. 

PRICE BROS. (Frank H. and Ernest 
A.), Props. LAKESIDE HOTEL. 
(See foot lines.) 

Price, Frank H. (Price Bros.), post- 
master. 

Savoy, Daniel, courier. 

Shelton, Wm., miner. 

Stoker, R. Nugent, retired. 

Swinerton, Wm., farmer. 

Terrlen, Clifford, logger. 

Biggerstaff, Wilson. 

COWICHAN, NORTH 

(Municipality). * 

(See North Cowichan.) 



COWICHAN STATION 

On the E. & N. Railway, 35 miles 
north of Victoria (44 miles by 
wagon road) and 5 miles south of 
Duncan, in the District of Cowi- 
chan. Steamboat landing at' 
Cowichan Bay, 3 miles east. The 
Koksilah River runs through the 
district, which is noted for its 
fine farms. Long-distance tele- 
phone. 

Postmaster, P. Frumento. 

School. 

Anglican Church, Rev. C. E. 
Cartwrlght. 

Astle, Joseph H., farmer. 

Averill, Isaac O. 

Bain, John, laborer. 

Bartlett, George, farmer. 

Brooks, Sidney, farmer. 

Carey, George, farmer. 

Cartwrlght, Rev. C. E. (Anglican). 

Carvell, Peter, road foreman. 

Colvin, R. M., fisheries guardian. 

Colvin, Thomas, carpenter. 

Cowichan Hotel, P. Frumento, pro- 
prietor. 

Daniels, A. H., general store. 

Doney, Thomas, farmer. 

Emery, Frank B., rancher. 

Excel, Horace, farmer. 

Ford, Donald, laborer. 

Forrest, Thomas L., farmer. 

Forrester, E. H., farmer. 

Forrester, Wm., J.P., farmer. 

Frumento, P., proprietor hotel and 
general st.ore and postmaster. 

Gibbons, Charles T., farmer. 

Graham, John, farmer. 

Hagan & Dingwall, sawmill. 

Hanson, Ernest T., chicken ranch. 

Humes, James, manager King Solo- 
mon Mines. 

Hutchinson, John, farmer. 

Jackson, Mrs. M., farm. 

Keene, Trevor, civil engineer. 

King Solomon Mines, James Humes, 
manager. 

Knocker, L. C, farmer. 

L,aw, John, farmer. 

Macneal, John C, farmer. 

McPherson, Elizabeth (widow). 

May, Harold, J. P., farmer. 

Mearns, Robert, farmer. 

Millet, Wm.. farmer. 

Mowbray, George H. A., farmer. 

Neil, J., farmer. 

Norie, Evelvn H., farm. 

Norie, Harry A., farmer. 

Norie, Louis F., farmer. 



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Parnell. Charles, farmer. 

Parnell, Ernest E., contractor and 

builder. 
Parnell, Frank, painter. • 

Parnell, Owen, laborer. 
Patterson, John, farmer. 
Shaddick, Thomas, farmer. 
Shaw, James, blacksmith. 
Shearing, W. J., bridge carpenter. 
Souper, Neil B., farmer. 
Smith, Wm., farmer. 
Stevenson, Mrs. Mable, farm. 
Stewart, Mrs. Josephine. 
Temple-Fall, H., farmer. 
Thomson, Wm., blacksmith. 
Thomson, "Wm. H., farmer. 
Waldie, Jervis C. 
Weeks, Wilfred W., farmer. 
Young, Robert D., farmer. 

COX ISLAND 

Situated between Lanz Island 
and Cape Scott. 

CRACROFT 

An island on the Johnstone 
Straits, northeast coast, about 22 
miles in length. Main settlement 
at Port Harvey, 160 miles north 
of Vancouver. Steamers from 
Vancouver three times week. Mails 
once a week. 

Postmaster, Peter McCormick. 

Anderson, Alex., boat builder. 
Andrews, Alfred, manager hotel. 
McCormick, Peter, postmaster and 

general merchandise. 
Port Harvey Hotel, Alfred Andrews, 

manager. 
Varty, T. Newby, financier. 

CRAIGFLOWER 

(See also Victoria.) 

A settlement in Esquimalt Dis- 
trict, near Parson's Bridge, 3 miles 
west of Victoria; has school. 

Adams, Geo. D., farmer. 

Bunt, R. E., farmer, house Gorge Road. 

Bunt, E., lives Gorge Road. 

Doer, — ., artist. 

Dubois, — . 

Four-Mile House, Mrs. Mary Gouge, 
proprietress. 

Gibson, — ., shoemaker. 

Gouge, Mi^. Mary (widow), propri- 
etress Four-Mile House. 

Holmes, Mrs. R. (widow), dairy. 

Johnson, Wm., farmer. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

= JAPANESE FANCY GOODS = 
1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL ERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 

Kay, Wm., Jr., moulder. 
Kay, Wm., Sr., laborer. 
Legg, Chas. J., carpenter. 
O'Meara, surveyor. 
Sluggett, Geo. H., schoolmaster. 
Thompson, R. S., retired. 
Umbreit, A. 
Willey, Thomas E. 

CRANBERRY DISTRICT 

A land district lying south of 
Nanaimo. 

CROFTON 

A mining and smelting town in 
the Municipality of North Cowi- 
chan, situated on Osborne Bay, 6 
miles southeast of Chemalnus. 
There is a good harbor and steam- 
er landing. Since the closing of the 
Mount Sicker mines and the 
smelter, the population has dwin- 
dled down very considerably. 
Nearest railroad station is West- 
holme, 4% miles distant. Tele- 
phone connections. 

Postmaster, Austin Cooper. 

School, Miss Shaw-Sommerville. 

Bonsall, H., rancher. 

Bradshaw, George, smelterman. 

Brittania Copper Co., owners Crofton 
smelter; S. S. Raymond, man- 
ager; J. Devitt, caretaker. 

Carre, R. S., smelterman. 

Carter, H. F., retired. 

Clovis, John, proprietor Hotel Osborne. 

Cooper, Austin, general store and 
postmaster. 

Crofton Hotel, J. T. Pearce, proprietor. 

Crooker, Charles, teamster. 



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Devltt, J., caretaker smelter. 

Dubroy, J., smelterman. 

Dunlop, A., smelterman. 

Dunne, C. W., rancher. 

Dyke, Wm., general store. 

Harvey, G. F., engineer. 

Jeffrey, J. 

Jones, J., rancher. 

Kenneth, George, smelterman. 

Lilley, G. W., rancher. 

Mahaffe, H., blacksmith. 

Mooney, Dan., smelterman. 

Nicholls, Lyall, smelterman. 

Osborne Hotel, John Clovis, prop. 

Parker, J. B. Hyde, electrician. 

Pearce, J. T., proprietor Crofton 

Hotel. 
Pollard, Earl, smelterman. 
Raymond, S. S., manager smelter. 
Ross, J. D. 

Shaw-Sommerville, Miss M., teacher. 
Syme, Robert, smelterman. 
Vernon, A., rancher. 

CROFTON LIGHT 

On Shoal Island; Osborne Bay 
lighthouse, R. Allan, keeper. 

CRUMPS' STOPPING 
PLACE 

On the Comox-Nanaimo Rd., near 
French Creek; has telegraph, Mrs. 
Crump, Agent. 

CUMBERLAND 

Formerly called Union. A coal 
mining town (incorporated 1898); 
finely situated amidst the moun- 
tains, about 500 feet above the 
waters of the Georgian Straits, and 
60 miles north of Nanaimo. It is 
connected with Union Bay by rail- 
way, distant 13 miles. Its principal 
industry Is coal mining. The Wel- 
lington Colliery Company employ 
about 1,000 men. The town ^s the 
market place for the Comox farm- 
ing settlement. It has money or- 
der, postofflce and savings bank. 



telegraph office, four churches, 
weekly newspaper and a sawmill. 
It is reached by steamer three 
times a week from Nanaimo. The 
city has a fire department of one 
superintendent and nine call men, 
with two hand machines and 600 
feet of hose. There is an up-to- 
date waterworks sj^stem, and the 
quality of the water is of the best 
in the province. There Is also 
an electric light plant, and the 
hospital for the Comox District is 
situated here. 

Population, about 2,000, in ad- 
dition to which there are about 700 
Orientals. 

Mayor and Official Adminis- 
trator of the Comox Electoral 
District, Wesley Willard. 

Aldermen (1908), D. R. McDon- 
ald, Thomas Bate, John N. Mc™ 
Leod, Alex. Campbell, Fred Har- 
wood, James Reid. 

(See Addenda for Council, etc., 
elected January, 1909.) 

Clerk and Treasurer, Alex. Mc- 
Kinnon. 

Chief Constable, Wm. McLen- 
non. 

Constable, Robert Hornal. 
Head Fireman, John Bruce. 
Health Officer, Dr. G. McNaugh- 
ton. 
Postmaster, L. W. Nunns. 
Stipendiary Magistrate, James 
Abrams. 

Provincial Constable, John 
Thomson. 

School Trustees, Thos. Banner- 
man (Chairman), James Stewart, 
Thos. Carey (Secretary). 

Public School, B. R. Allan, 
principal. 

High School, J. E. T. Palmer, 
teacher. 
Churches — 

Presbyterian, Rev. D. McGll- 
livray. 

Methodist, Rev. H. S. Hastings. 
Anglican, Rev. H. W. Laffere. 
Societies — 

A. F. & A. M., Cumberland 
Lodge No. 26, meets Fri- 
days. E. W. Clark, secretary. 

I. O. F., Court Domino No. 3518, 
meets 3rd Monday. A. McKinnon, 
secretary. 

I. O. O. F., Cumberland En- 
campment No. 6, meets alternate 
Wednesdays. Chas. White, scribe. 



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I. O. O. F., Lodge No. 11, meets 
Fridays. R. Hornal, R. S. 

K. of P., Benevolence Lodge No. 
11, meets Tuesdays. Geo. Rob- 
ertson, secretary. 

U. A. O. D., Cumberland Grove, 
No. 3. Charles Kubrycht, secre- 
tary. 

Woodmen of the World, Cumber- 
land Camp, No. 145, meets 4th 
Monday. J. Struthers, secretary. 

L. O. L. Mt. Horeb, No. 1676, 
Pythian Sisters, Mrs. W. Clarke, 
secretary. 

Ladies' of the Maccabees, Cum- 
berland Hive. Mrs. C. Parnham, 
secretary. 

ABRAMS, JAMES, Stipendiary magis- 
trate. 

Acton, Peter, clerk Simon Leiser. 

Adams, Mike, driver. 

Aida, K., tailor. 

Aitken, Andrew, driver. 

Aitken, Andrew, Sr., miner. 

Aitken, David, driver. 

Aitken, James, miner. 

Allan, B. R., Principal Public School. 

Allari, Louis, miner. 

Alph, Jos., miner. 

Anderson, Emil, laborer. 

Anderson, G., planerman. 

Anderson, Peter, miner. 

Andrews, S. J., miner. 

Angelle, J., miner. 

Anthony, Albert, brakesman. 

Armstrong, Alex., carpenter. 

Armstrong, Wm., driver. 

Armstrong, Wm. M., driver. 

Aspecci, Jos., miner. 

Aston, James, driver. 

Babba, Frank, miner. 

Bailey, Geo., driver. 

Baird, James, dumper. 

Baird, John, driver. 

Baird, H., driver. 

Baird, Thos., driver. 

Balagno, C, timberman. 

Ballinger, Alfred J., clerk Comox Co- 
operative Society. 

Banks, Thomas, undertaker. 

Bannerman, John, miner. 

Bannerman, John, clerk, Campbell 
Bros. 

Bannerman, Thos., miner. 

Bardisona, Jos., miner. 

Bates, Fred, blacksmith helper. 

Bates, Henry, blacksmith helper. 

Bates, Thomas, driver. 

Bate, T. E., Proprietor Magnet Cash 
Store. 

Beggs, John, G., fireman. 



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Western Coast Cash Registers. 
513 HAMILTON ST. - VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Benbow, David, miner. 

Bennet, Rob., miner. 

Bennett, Thos., carpenter. 

Berto, Frank, miner. 

Bertholdi, Peter, miner. 

Beveridge, A., driver. 

Beveridge, Wm., driver. 

Beveridge, Wm., sr., miner. 

Biasa, Giov., carpenter. 

Bickle, Thos., miner. 

Billard, H., driver. 

Binnie, John, miner. 

Biottia, C, miner. 

Bogo, A., miner. 

Bolton, Henry, E., miner. 

Bona, Peter, miner. 

Bowen, Ben., miner. 

Boyd, Neil, miner. 

Bradley, Arthur, driver. 

Bradley, Fred, driver. 

Bradley, James, miner. 

Branberg, Albert, of Wilson & Bran- 
berg. 

Briggs, B., driver. 

Briggs, Henry, J., miner. 

Brown, Geo., pumpman. 

Brown, Geo., Jr., miner. 

Brown, James, miner. 

Brown, J. C, fireman. 

Brown, J. L., miner. 

Brown, Martin, Clerk, Simon Leiser & 
Co. 

Brown, Mary, nurse. District Hospital. 

Brown, Matthew, miner. 

Brown, R., driver. 

Brown, Wm., miner. 

Bruce, John, chief fireman. 

Bruce, J., manager Cumberland Hotel. 

Bryden, J. W., livery stable. 

Bryant, Howie, miner. 

Bullman, Arch, miner. 

Burratti, Geo., miner. 



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Careful & prompt attention to Mail Order Business 

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Cairns, James, miner. 

Calendar, Rob., miner. 

Cameron, Alex., engineer. 

Cameron, John, bralvesman. 

Campbell, Alex., of Campbell Bros. 

Campbell Bros. (William & Alex), gen- 
eral store and bakery. 

Campbell, Wm., driver. 

Campbell, Wm., miner. 

Campbell, Wm., of Campbell Bros. 

Cardavado, Peter, miner. 

Carey, Thomas H., engr. fan-engine. 

Carruthers, Wm., miner. 

Carwithen, Madge, teacher. 

Ca sella, B., miner. 

Casorza, Chas., miner. 

Cavallero, C, miner. 

Cavallero, Vincent, miner. 

Cessford, Robert, carpenter. 

Cessford, Thomas, Clerk Comox Co-Op. 

Chambers, John, miner. 

Chispa, Jos., driver. 

Chispa, Toni, miner. 

Clark, Walter, miner. 

Clinton, Geo. W., proprietor Waverley 

Coe, Louis, miner. 

Coe, Richard, proprietor Waverley 
Hotel. 

Coe, Richard, Jr. 

Collins, J. H., furniture. A. McKinnon, 
local manager. 

Collins, W., pumpman. 

Collpits, Wm., miner. 

Colombo, Henry, miner. 

Comox Co-operative Society. B. Cravi^- 
ford, manager, meat market. 

Connor, John, miner. 

Cooke, J. W., w^eighman. 

Coomb, Chris., driver. 

Cooper, Geo., driver. 

Corra, A., rockman. 

Corri, Sylvio, trackman. 

Crawford, D., miner. 

Crawford, Frank, fire boss. 

Creech, Henry. 

Crozette, Albert, miner. 

Crozette, John, miner. 

Crozette, Peter, miner. 

Cumberland & Comox District Hospi- 
tal, Dr. J. A. Gillespie in charge, 
nurse L. Mounts, matron. 



Cumberland Bottling Works, John 

Marrochi, proprietor. 
Cumberland Electric Lighting Co., Ltd., 

L. A. Mounce, president, Frank 

Ramsay, secretary. 
CUMBERLAND HOTEL, 

MRS. J. H. PIKET, Proprietress, J. 

BRUCE, Manager. 

(See page 40) 
Cumberland News (Weekly), J. J. 

Wyer, Manager. 
Cumberland & Union Water Works, 

L. W. Nunns, Secretary; George 

Stevens, Superintendent. 
Cunliffe, John, fireman. 
Cunliffe, John, miner. 
Dalby, Frank J., storekeeper W. C. Co. 
Daniels, David, fireman. 
Daniels, Joseph, miner. 
Davis, Samuel C, Prop. Union Hotel. 
Delaney, Roland, driver. 
Delaney, William, miner. 
Delmonte, John, trackman. 
Delponti, Antoni, driver. 
Denby, R. J., baker, Campbell Bros. 
Denton, Arthur, electrician. 
Dingwall, Miss R., teacher. 
Dominion Government Telegraphs, 

A. H. Peacey, agent. 
Dovonto, Joseph, miner. 
Dowdall, Richard, track foreman. 
Dicl?;ens, Charles, miner. 
Dillon, H. A., Notary Public and Con- 
veyancer. 
Ducca, John, rockman. 
Ducca, Joseph, miner. 
Ducca, Louis, ror-kman. 
Ducca, Peter, driver. 
Dugdale, Robert, miner. 
Dukes, Fred, timberman. 
Dwyer, D., miner. 
Dwyer, Thomas, Prop. New England 

Hotel. 
EMDE, E. C, Bicycles and Machinist. 
Enrico, John, miner. 
Erickson, E., miner. 
Fantani, D., driver. 
Farino, Joseph, laborer. 
Farmer, B., miner. 
Feldt, William, miner. 
Ferralone, Victor, miner. 
Fisher, William, eager. 
Frame, John, machinist. 
Francis. Thomas, miner. 
Francolia, John, miner. 
Francolia, Samuel, miner. 
Francolia, Vincent, miner. 
Franklin, Thomas, miner. 
Eraser, John, A., barber. 
Eraser, W. J.. book-keeper, Simon 

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ADDRESS Phone 302. P. O. Drawer 574 

1230 Government Street, Victoria, B. G. 



Cumberland 



Cumberland 111 



Furbow, John, miner. 

Gabriel, Priesto, driver. 

Galiazo, Antoni, laborer. 

Galifero, S., miner. 

Ganner, Christopher, driver. 

Games, Ira, trackman. 

Gatz, Alfred, miner. 

Gedrites, Michael, miner. 

Gibson, Andrew, driver. 

Gibson, George, rockman. 

Gibson, John, boss driver. 

Gibson, Robert, driver. 

Gibson, Thomas, driver. 

Gillespie, James, physician. 

Gillespie, John, fireman. 

Gillette, H., driver. 

Gozzoni, Emil, miner. 

Grant, Albert, engineer, Union logging 

Camp. 
Grant, Robert, of R. Grant & Co. 
Grant, Robert H., forman logging 

camp. 
Grant R. & Co., (Robert Grant, and L. 

A. Mounce), props.. Union Sawmill. 
Gray, Alexander, miner. 
Gray, John R., miner. 
Gray, William, driver. 
Grieve, Harry, clerk, J. N. McLeod. 
Greieves Robert, teamster, Campbell 

Bros. 
Haggart, T. P., master mechanic. 
Halcrow, Robert, jr., brakesman. 
Halcrow, Robert, sr., pumpman. 
Halcrow, William, clerk. Royal Bank. 
Hamilton, Daniel, driver. 
Hamilton, William, miner. 
Harrigan, W. H. A., farmer. 
Harrison, Oliver, fireman. 
HARRISON, P. PHILLIPS, Barrister 

and Solicitor, and Notary Public. 
Harrison, William, weighman. 
Harshbarger, Joseph, driver. 
Harvey, N., rancher. 
Harwood, Fred, miner. 
Harwood, Sidney, miner. 
Hastings, Rev. H. S., Methodist min- 
ister. 
Hayman, Euphemia, clerk, Campbell 

Bros. 
Hayman, William, clerk, Campbell 

Pros. 
Haywood, Abe, trackman. 
Haywood, Abe, jr., driver. 
Hedman, John, miner. 
Henderson, Robert, fireman. 
Henderson, William, miner. 
Hennessy, Michael, miner. 
Herd, J. B., engineer. 
Herd, William, miner. 
Hickmore, George, driver. 
Hodgson, R. H., fireman. 



(XoUcQiate School tor Bo^g 

Head Master: 
J. W. LAING, M. A., OXFORD. 

"th e laurels," — 

1429 Rockland avenue. 



Phone 62 



Horbury, John, miner. 

Horbury, Joseph, miner. 

Horbury, Minnie, teacher. 

Horbury, Thomas, check weighman. 

llornal, Robert, constable. 

Hornal Robert, of Maxwell & Hornal. 

Home, Thomas, operator, W. C. C. 

Howell, E., miner. 

Hudson, Walter, miner. 

Hugo, Austin, machinist. 

Hunden, David, confectioner. 

Hunden, E. J., teamster. 

Hutton, William, miner. 

Ibbertson, A., laborer. 
Jacobs, J., fireman, Union logging camp 

Jackson, William, driver. 

James, A., barber. 

Jardo, John, miner. 

Jaynes, Frank, miner. 

Johnson, A., driver. 

Johnson, George, driver. 

Johnson, James, miner. 

Johnson, Theodore, driver. 

Jol-nson, Thomas, driver. 
Jones, Abraham, driver. 

Jordan. Thomas, miner. 
Kaesley, Hugh, timberman. 
Kaesley, John, manager 5 and 6 mines. 
Kane, Charles, miner. 

Kfjy, F., driver. 

Knenan. William, miner. 

King, Karry, miner. 

Krause, Christopher, driver. 

Kriner, Henry, driver. 

Kubychret, Chas., miner. 

Laffere, Rev. H. W., Anglican minister. 

Landoni, Chas., miner. 
Lathan, John, miner. 

Leaky, L,., miner. 

LEISER, SIMON & CO., LTD., Oe- 
partment Store; John T. Lid- 
stone, Manager. 



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HAWKINS & HAYWARD 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 



AND CONSTRUCTION 

728 Yates St. Telephone 643 

Leithead, Herbert, logger. 

Lewis, Evan, driver. 

Lewis, Thomas, fireman. 

Liddle, John, fire boss. 

Lidstone, John T., manager Simon 

Leiser & Co., Ltd. 
Listilla, Jos., miner. 
Little, James, teamster. 
Lockner, John., locomotive engineer. 
Logan, Wm., miner. 
Machin, A., miner. 
Mackie, J., miner. 
Mack in, Robert, driver. 
MAGNET CASH STORE, T. E. Bate, 

proprietor. Hardware, etc. 
Magnoni, Seconda, blacksmith. 
Manicor, C, miner. 
Manicor, M., miner. 
Manicor, P., miner. 
Mansfield, Frank, driver. 
Marchetta, Dom., miner. 
Marinella, M., miner. 
Marinella, V., miner. 
Marpole, John, weighman. 
Marratti, Mat., miner. 
Marrochi Bros. (John Marrochi), 

bakery. 
Marrochi, John, bakery and bottling 

works. 
Marrochi, Silvia, employee, bottling 

works. 
Marsh, Dan, miner. 
Martin, Jos., miner. 
Martin, Owen, weighman. 
Martyn, John, miner. 
Masters, Mrs. M. L., millinery. 
Matthews, C, miner. 
Matthews, John, manager Slope No. 4. 
Mattioda, C, miner. 

Maxwell, Alex., of Maxwell & Hornal. 
Maxwell & Hornal (Alex. Maxwell & 

Robert Hornal), livery stable. 
Maxwell, James, miner. 
Maxwell, Wm., miner. 
McBride, Peter, baker, Marrochi 

Bros. 
McComb, James, miner. 
McDonald, Chas., clerk, Simon Leiser 

& Co., 
McDonald, Chas., miner. 
McDonald, D. P., carpenter. 
McDonald, D. R., machinist. 



McDonald, Kate, clerk, Simon Leiser 

& Co., 
McDonald, Wallace, driver. 
McDonald, W. J., logger. 
McFadyen, Neil, stableman. 
McFarlane, Noel, surveyor. 
McGaw, R., miner. 
McGillivray, Rev. D., Presbyterian 

minister. 
Mclntyre, James, miner. 
McKay, David, driver. 
McKean, W. G., clerk, J. McPhee & 

Sons. 
McKeon, W. J., commission merchant. 
McKenzie, John, clerk, Simon Leiser 

& Co., 
MoKINNON, ALEX., city clerk and 

manager, J. H. Collins. 
McKinnon, Angus, miner. 
McLean, Geo., miner. 
McLEAN T. D., JEWELER AND 

OPTICIAN AND NEWSAGENT. 
(See page 44) 
McLean, Wm., bartender, Cumberland 

Hotel. 
McLellan, Wm., chief constable. 
McLeod, Duncan, engineer. 
McLeod, J. N., men's furnishings. 
McMillan, Thos., pumpman. 
McNaughton, Geo., physician. 
McNeil, Alex., clerk, J. McPhee & 

Sons. 
McNeil, Alex., miner. 
McNeil, John, miner. 
McNeil, Robert, miner. 
McNeil, Wm., trackman. 
McNiven, Alex., driver. 
McNiven, John, boarding house. 
McNiven, John, miner. 
McNiven, Peter, miner. 
McPhee, J. & Sons; J. Stewart, local 

manager; groceries and dry goods. 
McRew, David, miner. 
McStephen, Alex., miner. 
Mellado, Bruno, boss carpenter. 
Mellado, R., Clerk, C. H. Tarbell. 
Merrifield, Wm., fireman. 
Merson, Thos., driver. 
Michaelson, John, miner. 
Mickle, John, miner, 
Millar, John, teamster, Campbell Bros. 
Millar, Hugh, farmer. 
Miller, Herbert, miner. 
Miller, Hugh, engineer. 
Miller, John, engineer. 
Miller, Sam P., driver. 
Milligan, A., miner. 
Milligan, John, driver. 
Mitchell, Hugh A., blacksmith shop. 
Monks, James, miner. 
Monte, P., boot repairer. 
Morgan, Mark H., weighman. 
Mounce, H. E., engineer. Union Saw- 
mill. 



B.C. Hardware Company, Ltd. 



631 YATES STREET, Cor. BROAD, VICTORIA. 



Telephone 82 






B. Williams & Co. 

SEMI-READY TAILORING. 



Agents for 

STETSON, CHRISTY and HAWES HATS, DENTS 
GLOVES, JAEGER and STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR 

614 Yates St., Victoria, B. C. 



Cumberland 



Cumberland 113 



Mounce, L. A., of R. Grant & Co., 

Mounts, Lily, matron District 
Hospital 

Munro, John, carpenter. 

Munro, — , farmer. 

Murdoch, Harry, engineer. 

Murray, Alexander E., carpenter. 

Mussatto, Charles, general store. 

Nash, Miss Mary, millinery. 

Nellist, David, foreman, No. 4 mine. 

Netherby, A. B. manager, Royal Bank. 

New England Hotel, Thos. Dwyer, 
proprietor. 

Newton, James, miner. 

Nicola, Chas., miner. 

Nord, John, pumpman. 

Nunns, Lawrence W., postmaster. 

Oleson, Ole, carpenter. 

Oswald, Geo., driver. 

Palano, A., driver. 

Palmer, J. E. T., teacher, High School. 

Palmer, N., stableman. 

Parks, Frank, miner. 

Parnham, Chas., boss driver. 

Partridge, Frank, clerk J. McPhee & 
Sons. 

PEACEY, A. H., drug store and Do- 
minion Government telegraph 
agent. 

Peacock, Geo., Jr., driver. 

Peacock, Geo., Sr., miner. 

Peacock, James, driver. 

Pearce, Thomas, farmer. 

Pellisoni, S., miner. 

Perkins, Ed., miner. 

Perroni, Jos., miner. 

Petch, R., miner. 

Phillip, Joseph, check weighman. 

Pickard, E., dumper. 

Pickart, Albert, clerk, J. N. McLeod. 

Pickitti, Jos., miner. 

Pickitti, Vincent, miner. 

Pickup, Alf., miner. 

Pickup, John, driver. 

Piercy, Herbert, driver. 

Piercy, Matthew, logger. 

Picket, J. H., proprietors Spring 
Inn. 

Piket's Hall, Mrs. J. Piket, proprietor. 

Piket, Mrs. J. H., proprietress, Cum- 
berland Hotel. 

Piket, Leonard, logger. 

Pine, A., miner. 

Potter, David, miner. 

Potter, James, miner. 

Potter, Joseph, Jr., driver. 

Potter, Jos., miner. 

Potter, Wm., trackman. 

Prior, Arthur, miner. 

Raga, John, miner. 

Rainman, A., driver. 

Ramsay, John, driver. 



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Ramsay, W. F., bookkeeper, Union 

Sawmill. 
Ray, Richard, electrician. 
Reese, Ben, driver. 
Reese, Henry, Sr., miner. 
Reid, James, miner. 
Reid, George, miner. 
Resio, John, miner. 
Richards, Henry, miner. 
Richards, Thomas, fireman. 
Richards, Thos., miner. 
Richardson, Geo., driver. 
Rickson Bros., Thomas Rickson Imal 

manager, department store. 
Rickson, Wm., Jr., clerk. 
Robertson, Geo. H., blacksmith. 
Robertson, Rob., miner. 
Robertson, Robert H., blacksmith. 
Robertson, Robert S., city employee. 
Robinson, Morris, driver. 
Robinson, Sam, miner. 
Robinson, Thos., driver. 
Roblin, P., driver. 
Rodgers, Alex., miner. 
Rogers, Alex., miner. 
Rosetta, B., miner. 
Roy, David, farmer. 
Roy, Wm., farmer. 
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, A. B. 

NETHERBY, MANAGER. 
Saud, Peter, laborer. 
Scavarda, F., groceries. 
Scott, E., miner. 
Scott, James, miner. 
Segrave, C. C, printer, Cumberland 

News. 
Shearer, Geo., miner. 
Shearer, Wm., miner. 
Shibata, K., Oriental goods. 
Shillito, Chas., driver. 
Shillito, Sam, driver. 
Sliort, Norman, timberman. 



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HARTLEY GISBORNE. 

White Orpingtons. 

Post Office : LADYSMITH, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Sibbald, D., driver. 

Simpkins, IsaStP, miner. 

Skinner, Ed., pumpman. 

Slemmon, J. W., clerk Campbell Bros. 

Smart, Joseph, miner. 

Smith, Herbert, miner. 

Smith, James, miner. 

Smith, J. R., miner. 

Smith, Wm., driver. 

Smithurst, E., farmer. 

Somerville, Alex., fireman. 

Spears, Allan, miner. 

Spencer, Jos., driver. 

Spring Inn, J. H. Piket, proprietor. 

Stevens, George, Supt. Waterworks. 

Stevenson, David, engineer. 

Stevenson, John, miner. 

Stewart, Daniel, miner. 

Stewart, D. W., fireman. 

Stewart, James, manager J. MePhee & 
Sons. 

Stewart, Joseph R., ledgerkeeper Royal 
Bank. 

Stockand, Sam., trackman. 

Stoddart, Percy, jeweller. 

Strachan, Richard, miner. 

Struthers, John, carpenter. 

Sutherland, John, miner. 

Sutherland, Walter, miner. 

Sweeney, B., driver. 

Taftani, B., miner. 

Tanaka, T., tailor. 

Tapella, Louis, miner. 

Tapella, T., driver. 

Tapella, V., timberman. 

Tarbell, Charles H., Hardware & Sport- 
ing Goods. 

Tarbell, George A., clerk Hardware 
Store. 

Tarbell, M. L., bookkeeper. 

Tascot, Walter P., miner. 

Tassa, Dominie, miner. 

Tavenosky, Stanley, driver. 

Thacker, John, driver. 

Thade, Miss, nurse. District Hospital. 

Theal, W. R., Accountant Royal Bank. 

Thompson, A. J., driver. 

Thompson, Duncan, fireman. 

Thompson, Ed., blacksmith. 

Thompson, Robt., lampman. 

Thompson, Wm., stableman. 



Thomson, John, Prov. Constable. 
Tobacco, Chas., driver. 
Tobacco, James, miner. 
Tobacco, Joseph, miner. 
Tubb, C, driver. 

Union Hotel, Samuel C. Davis, prop. 
Union Sawmill, R. Grant & Co., pro- 
prietors. 
Vass, R. dumper. 
Vendome Hotel, Wilson & Branberg, 

proprietors. 
Vinchenti, Jos., miner. 
Vipond, Robt., miner. 
Wain, Alex., trackman. 
Walker Alex., engineer. 
Walker, Alex. B., lampman. 
Walker, David, pit boss No. 7 mine. 
Walker, Harley, engineer. 
Walker, James, engineer. 
Walker, Jos., engineer. 
Walker, Nick., eager. 
Walker, Wm., weighman. 
Wall, Wm., overman No. 7 mine. 
Wallace, Geo., engineer. 
Wallace. H. M., weighman. 
Walls, Miss, teacher. 
Walters, James, driver. 
Watson, Eraser, fireman. 
Watson, J. P., timberman. 
Watson, Samuel, clerk A. H. Peacey. 
Waverley Hotel, Richard Coe, proprie- 
tor. 
Webster, James, teamster, J. McPhee & 

Sons. 
Webster, James, -miner. 
Webster, Robert, clerk Comox Co-op. 
WELLINGTON COLLIERIES CO., 

LD., Geo. W. Clinton, paymaster. 

Frank J. Dalby, storekeeper. 
Welsh, Wm., miner. 
Westfield, John, stableman. 
White, W. C, miner. 
Whyte, Chas., lampman. 
Whyte, Harry, loco, engineer. 
Whyte, James, brakesman. 
Whyte, J. J., machinist. 
Wilkinson, W., trav. Simon Leiser & 

Co., L>td. 
Willard, Wesley, harnessmaker and 

Mayor of Cumberland. 
Williams, D., laborer. 
Williams, Ed., miner. 
Williams, John, miner. 
Williams, Samuel, miner. 
Williams, Thos. H., miner. 
Williamson, James, miner. 
Wilson & Branberg (Thomas Wilson 

and Albert Branberg), proprietors 

Vendome Hotel. 
Wilson, Matthew, miner. 
Wilson, Robt. C, electrician. 



HOTEL VICTORIA, 



Most Centrally Located Hotel in 
the City. Strictly First-Class in 
every detail. Sample Rooms for 
Commercial Men. 



C. J. TULK, Prop. 



1406 GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA, B.C. 



HINTON ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED 

ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES. 911 Government St., Victoria Phone 38 



Cumberland 



Departure Bay 115 



Wilson, Thos., driver. 

Wilson, Thomas, of Wilson & Bran- 

'berg. 
Wilson, Walter, dumper. 
Woods, Ed., m-iner. 
Woolard, John, driver. 
Wright, W. C, farmer. 
Wyer, J. J., manager Cumberland News. 
Yarrow, George, driver. 
York, West, miner. 
Young, Robertson, miner. 
Zanini, John, miner. 

CHINESE BUSINESS FIRMS 

Bow Fung Co., Chinese merchandise. 

Hung Fung Wing Kee, Chinese mer- 
chandise. 

Kee Fung, groceries. 

Lai Yuen, Chinese merchandise. 

Lee & Abe, general store. 

Quon Hing Co., Chinese merchandise. 

Quong Me Lung & Sui Kee Co., Chin- 
ese merchandise. 

Quong Wah, Chinese merchandise 

Sing Kee, groceries. 

Sing Lee, Chinese merchandise. 

Suey Fong, Chinese merchandise. 

Tai Lee & Tan Kee, butchers. 

Tai On, butcher. 

Tan Lee, laundry. 

Wing Chong & Co., Chinese merchan- 
dise. 

Wing Wo Lung, groceries. 

Wing Yick Liog, tailor. 

Yee Yuen Sheng Kee, Chinese mer- 
chandise. 

Yim Kee, groceries. 

DANGER REEF 

Near Valdes Island, lighthouse, 
R. Harrap, keeper. 

D'ARCY ISLAND 

In Haro Straits, 5 miles North of 
Gordon Head. 

DEER ISLANDS 

Set in Barkley Sound, a few 
miles North West of Cape Beale. 

DENMAN ISLAND 

An Island situated at the north 
end of the Gulf of Georgia, in the 
Comox district, 6 miles south of 
Comox and about 40 north of 
Nanaimo. Industries, farming and 
stone quarrying 

Postmaster, James Piercy. 



Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Mills: 355 Garbaliy Road Phone 864 
City Office cor. Fort and Broad Streets 

Best quality Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Moldings 
and Lath, furnished customers. 



Baikie, William, farmer. 
Beadnell, George D., farmer. 
Chalmers, John, farmer. 
Chalmers, Thomas, farmer. 
Denman Island Stone Company. 
Gordon, Harry, farmer. 
Graham, George A., farmer. 
Graham James, farmer. 
Kamura, K., farmer. 
Kenan, Charles, farmer. 
Kenan, W. J., farmer. 
McFarlane, Charles, farmer. 
McFarlane, Howard, farmer. 
McMillan, Alexander, farmer. 
McMillan, John A., farmer and light- 
housekeeper. 
Morrison, J. R., farmer. 
Nakano, Y., farmer. 
Nixon, H. C, retired. 
Nixon, Louis, meteorological agent. 
Ormiston, James, retired. 
Pickels, Abraham, farmer. 
Pickels, David, farmer, 
Piercy, James, postmaster. 
Piercy, John F., logger. 
Piercy, H. W., farmer. 
Piercy, J. W. B., farmer. 
Scott, John, farmer. 
Smith, Percy, logger. 
Swan, Alexander, farmer. 
Swan, R. T., farmer. 
Tweedie, C, farmer. 
Wilson, Oscar W., farmer. 

DEPARTURE BAY 

(see also Wellington, Northfleld and 
Brechin) 

Three miles northeast of Nanai- 
mo, which is nearest railway sta- 
tion and post office. Here is 
located the Dominion Government 
Biological station for the study of 
Marine life on the Pacific Coast. 

Awaga Ikeda & Co., herring salters. 
Biological station. Rev. G. W. Taylor, 

curator. 
Butler, Mrs., (widow) 
Cowan, Peter, farmer. 
Dudley, Elijah, contractor. 



LAWRENCE GOODACRE& SONS 

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS. 1327 Government, Cor. Johnson, Victoria 



QUEEN'S MARKET 

Established 1858 



THE PLIMLEY AUTOillOBILE CO.. Ltd. 



Automobile Garage, 606 Government, Victoria 



5 

Phone 695 



116 Departure Bay 



Duncan 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

STOCKS, BONDS, HIGH 
GRADE INVESTMENTS 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitan Block 

VICTORIA, B. C. 

Foster, William. 

Hamilton Powder Works, (plant.) 

Harper, James, livery. 

Harper, James, Sr., laborer. 

Harper, Joseph, hotel. 

Harwood, James, laborer. 

Hodgson, E., farmer. 

Keighley, C. Jr. 

McGill, John, caretaker Biological sta- 
tion. 

McKay, John, fisherman. 

Nicholls, John, laborer. 

Pacific Whaling Co., Station, Mr. 
Scaplin, manager. 

Roberts, Edwards, miner. 

Roberts, John, miner. 

Roberts, Peter, miner. 

Robinson, James, farmer. 

Robson, John. 

Taylor, A. J. 

Taylor, Rev. G. W. 

Taylor, William, fisherman. 

DESERTERS ISLANDS 

Between Galiano Island and the 
Mainland. 

DISCOVERY ISLAND 

In Haro Strait, lighthouse, M. A. 
Croft, keeper. 

DOCK ISLAND 

One of the Little Group, Sidney 
Channel, lighthouse, H. Moore, 
keeper. 

DODGERS COVE 

A trading post on the west coast 
of Vancouver Island. Victoria 100 
miles. Cape Beale 3 miles. 

DOMVILLE ISLAND 

In the Gulf of Georgia, 4 miles 
northeast of Sidney. 

DOUGLAS DISTRICT 

A land district lying southwest 
of Nanaimo. 



DUNCAN 

(See also North Cowichan Munici- 
pality.) 

A town in the Municipality of 
North Cowichan, situated on the 
E. & N. Railway, 40 miles north 
of Victoria. It is the commercial 
centre of the surrounding agricul- 
tural districts of Quamichan, Com- 
iaken, Sahtlam, in which are some 
of the finest farms on the Island. 
The Cowichan Agricultural show 
is held here yearly. There is post- 
offlce, telegraph and express office 
and courthouse; a recreation 
ground of 10 acres lies about one 
mile south of the town. 

Postmaster, David Ford. 

Government Agent, W. H. Lomas. 

Indian Agent, W. R. Robertson. 

Clerk to North Cowichan Munic- 
ipality, James Norcross. 

Provincial Constable, H. D. Mor- 
ton. 

Municipal Constable, H. F. Arm- 
strong. 

St. John's Church, (Anglican) 
Rev. John A. Leakey. 

Methodist Missionary, Rev. C. M 
Tate. 

School, Miss Bessie McNeeley, 
principal; Miss W. P. Hayes, 
teacher. 

Aitken, Alexander C, farmer. 
Alderlea Hotel, G. A. Allen, prop 
Alexander, David, farmer. 
Alexander, James, farmer. 
Allard, Maxine, farmer. 
Allln, Lacon E., farmer. 
Anchinachie, Peter, farmer. 
Anderson, John, of Heughan & Ander- 
son. 

ANDERSON, RICHARD B., Aceteylene 
Gas Generators. 

Anderson, Thomas, stable hand. 
Archer, Horace, clerk. 
Arlington, W. H., farmer. 
Armstrong, H. P., road foreman and 

constable. 
Averill, Arthur S., farmer. 
Bailey, Ernest, clerk. 
Bank of British North America, The, 

A. W. Hanham, manager. 
Baron, Lillie, milliner. 
Baron, Sahin, shoemaker. 
Barrett, William, T., boots and shoes. 
Bates, Mrs. P., nurse. 
Bazett, Charles, general merchandise. 
Bazette, Edward, clerk. 



Lewisville Hotel 

CHEMAINUS, B. C. 



Special Attention Given to Tourists 
and Commercial Men. 

Newly Huilt iuul Rcfuriiislu'd Throughout. 

S. J. HAGAN, Proprietor 



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HARDWARE 
PAINTS, OILS 
AND 



VARNISHES 

STOVES 

and HEATERS 



THE SHORE HARDWARE GO. LTD. 

1400-1402 GOVERNMENT ST. 
Phone 644 VICTORIA P. o. Box 46 



RAZORS 
SCISSORS 
TABLE AND 
POCKET CUT- 
LERY, GUNS and 
AMMUNITION 



Duncan 



Duncan 117 



Bell, David W., teamster. 

Bell, John T., clerk. 

Benallack, Richard H., farmer. 

Bevan, Herbert W., farmer. 

Blackstock, John, stable hand. 

Blair, John D., farmer. 

Blyth, Agnes J. Y., dressmaker. 

Blyth, Alexander. 

Blyth, John H., bridge carpenter. 

Boak, Jesse, livery stable. 

Boyer, E. A., accountant. 

Brenton, William, fisherman. 

Brown, Agnes M., (widow), waitress. 

Brown, Charles O., carpenter. 

Brownell, A. A., farmer. 

Burgess, H. L., farmer. 

Calcott, F. S. B., farmer. 

Campbell, James M., contractor and 
builder. 

Cardwell, Joseph, laborer. 

Castley, Elias, local agent B. C. Tele- 
phone Company. 

Castley, Joseph, farmer. 

Castley, Thomas S., farmer. 

Castley, William J., contractor and 
builder. 

Cavin, Robert M., butcher. 

Cavin, Robert S., farmer. 

Chester, Kenneth, veterinary surgeon. 

Chew Deb, employment agency. 

Chisholm, Andrew, cement manufac- 
turer. 

Chisholm, Joseph, farmer. 

Christmas, Rev. Frederick G.. rector 
Church of England. 

Church of England, Rev. F. G. Christ- 
mas, rector. 

Churchill, John, teamster. 

Clay, Herbert, bricklayer. 

Clay, William, carpenter. 

Cliffs School, M. E. Wilson, principal. 

Cloutier, Francis B., blacksmith. 

Cloutier, Mrs. F., boarding house. 

Colk, George W. G., butcher. 

CONRUYT, FRANK, Prop. Quamichan 
Hotel. 

Cowichan Agricultural Association, 
Kenneth F. Duncan, secretary. 

Cowichan Creamery Association, Vic- 
tor Moller Sejrup, manager; A. 
R. Wilson, secretary. 

COWICHAN LEADER, Ormond T. 
Smithe, prop., and editor. 

COWICHAN LUMBER CO., LTD., 
Mossam Martin Boyd, president, 
(Ont.); G. A. Smith, secretary, 
(Bobcaygeon, Ont.); William Ged- 
ley, manager. 

Cullen, John, painter. 

Cunningham, Cecil, retired. 

Cuppage, Louis V., farmer. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

WHOLESALE WRAPP NG PAPER 

PAPER BAGS, ETC. 

LET ME QUOTE YOU PRICES 

620 Cormorant Street - Victoria, B. C, 



Currie, Daniel, farmer. i 

Currie, John, carpenter. 

Dawley, Frederick J., farmer. 

Day, George O., farmer. 

Dever, Rev. Alexander W., pastor, Me- 
thodist Church. 

Dickie, Charles H., mine engineer. 

Dickie, Herbert W., clerk. 

Dirom, Andrew, section foreman. 

Dirom, William, laborer. 

Dobson, William, painter. 

Dodds, Wm., carpenter. 

Douglas, Frederick J. 

Douglas, Mrs. H. H., widow. 

DUNCAN, KENNETH F., Real Estate. 

Duncan, Wm. C, farmer. 

Durant, Father, St. Edward's Roman 
Catholic Church. 

Dykes, Watson, physician. 

Eaton, Charles J., farmer. 

Elkington, Wm. H., farmer. 

Elliott, John, carpenter. 

Elverson, C. G., farmer. 

Evans, Arthur W., farmer. 

Evans, James A., farmer. 

Evans, John N., farmer. 

Fawcett, Rowland C, local agent E. & 
N., operator. 

Finch, Howard, farmer. 

Finlay, Walter, carpenter. 

Fitzgerald, Jane, widow, boarding 
house. 

Ford, Alfred. 

FORD, DAVID, Postmaster. 

Ford, Herbert A., assistant postmaster. 

Ford, James, farmer. 

Ford. Walter, farmer. 

Fowler, Robert H., teamster. 

Frazier, Reuben, laborer. 

Freeman, H. P. W., farmer. 

Fry, Eli, baker. 

Gabourie, Louis, carpenter. 

Georgia Logging Co. Ltd., Mossam M. 
Boyd, president; Wm. Gidley, sec- 
retary. 

Gibbins, Thomas, farmer. 

Gitabs, Samuel H., farmer. 

Gidley, Jesse C, drug clerk. 

Gidley, Stanley W., jeweler. 

Gidley, William, manager Cowichan 
Lumber Co. 

Glen, Charles, meats. 



NORTH-WEST REAL ESTATE CO. 

Timber Limits and Real Estate ,06 yates°st.,Tictoria 



FLOUR 

AND 

FEED 



BANNERMAN & HORNE 

635-7JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA. PHONE487 



Poultry 
Supplies 



118 Duncan 



Duncan 




Graham, H. C, farmer. 

Graham, Owen, teamster. 

Grassie, Charles (R. Grassie & Son). 

Grassie, Robert (R. Grassie & Son), 

Grassie R. & Son (Robert and Charles 
R.), blacksmiths. 

Green, Ashdown H., surveyor Dom. 
Gov. Indian Department. 

Green, Harry, clerk. 

Griesbach, Major, retired. 

Hadwen, Gayland H., farmer. 

Hale, F. M., farmer. 

Hall, John, E., farmer. 

Hamilton, Chester D., clerk. 

Hamilton, John, diamond driller. 

Hamilton, John W., engineer. 

Hamilton, Robert, apprentice. 

Hanham, Abdiel W., bank manager. 

Hanson, S. George, farmer. 

Hanson, Wm., laborer. 

Hardinge, Harry, farmer. 

Harris, George A., painter. 

Harris Wm. S., carpenter. 

Harrison, Frank A., farmer. 

Hattie, Daniel H., agricultural* imple- 
ments. 

Haycroft, Frank, farmer. 

Hayes, Miss W. P., teacher. 

Hayward, Wm. H., farmer and M.P.P. 
for Cowichan. 

Hearn, Edward J., accountant. 

Henderson, Robt. S., contractor. 

Herd, Hope, printer. 

Heughan, Charles T., of Heughan & 
Anderson. 

Heughan & Anderson (Chas. T. Heug- 
han and John Anderson), plumbers. 

Holmes, D. H. B., farmer. 

Holmes, Rev. David, retired. 

Holmes, Frederick C, farmer. 

Hooper, George, lumber dealer. 

Hooper, Lewis, lumber dealer. 

Hop Chung & Co., merchandise. 
Irvine, Henry S., farmer. 

Irvine, Robert, carpenter. 

Jackson, Mrs. Mary. 

Jaynes, William P., general merchan- 
dise. 

Jennings, Wm. J., farmer. 



Jordan, Charles, farmer. 

Jordan, Joseph E., farmer. 

Joyner, Algernon W. B., farmer. 

Keast, Hubert, livery stable. 

Kennington, Allan, farmer. 

Kingston, Wm., farmer. 

Knocker, E. H., contractor. 

Knox, Louis A., farmer. 

Koga, S., Jap store. 

Kotani, T., laundry. 

Lament, John, farmer. 

Lane, Arthur E. C, farmer. 

Law, H. S., farmer. 

Leakey, Arthur T., farmer. 

Leakey, Rev. John Arundel, rector St. 

John's, Duncan and St. Peter's, 

Quamichan. 
Leather, Frank S., real estate. 
Lee, C. E., farmer. 
Lewis, George, freight stable. 
Livingston, John, farmer. 
Lomas, Alfred H., government agent. 
Lomas, Edward S., farmer. 
Lomas, Edward T., dairy. 
Lomas, Mrs. W. H., widow. 
Longhurst, Jervis, boards Quamichan 

Hotel. 
McKay, William, carpenter. 
McKenzie, John C, farmer. 
McKinnon, Angus, farmer. 
McKinnon, Wm., rancher. 
McNeeley, Elizabeth, principal Duncan 

school. 
MacDonald, William J., farmer. 
Maclean, Alexander, barrister. 
Mahoney, James, farmer. 
Man Lung, merchandise. 
Marchbank, David, farmer. 
Mark, Geo., farmer. 
Marsdel, Alfred, mason. 
Marsh, James, farmer. 
Mellin, Harry J., farmer. 
Menzies, John H., general merchandise. 
Miller, Edward F., Secretary Portland 

Canal Mining Co. 
Miller, Robert, teamster. 
Morton, H. D., Provincial Constable. 
Murchie, James, carpenter. 
Murchie, William, carpenter. 
Murry, Archibald, tailor. 
Murton, Wm., carpenter. 
MUTTER, J. I SLAY, real estate. 
Neilson, James B., farmer. 
Nelson, Richard, carpenter. 
Nichol, Thomas, farmer. 
• Nightingale, James, farmer. 
Norcross, James, clerk North Cowichan 

Municipality. 
On Lee, laundry. 
Orr, A. B., carpenter. 
Parker, Adamson. 
Parker, Harry, printer. 



TZOUHALFM HOTEL duncan, e. & n. railway, 

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Stage leaves the Tzouhalem Hotel for Mount 
Sicker Mines Daily. For Cowichan Lake Daily. 



PRICE BROS., Proprietors 



NA ri FIREPROOF SLATING 
■ rSm VJI> FOR SHINGLE ROOFS 



Manufactured by NEWTON &. GREER COMPANY, 


Ltd. 


VICTORIA, B. C. 


Duncan 




Duncan 119 



Parker, Hugh R., checker E. & N. Ry. 

Parsons, Leonard, bartender Quami- 
chan Hotel. 

Paull, Thomas, farmer. 

Paull, Walter, farmer. 

Payne, Harry J., carpenter, 

Pegler, Harry H., farmer. 

Peterson, Andrew H. (Pitt & Peterson). 

Peterson, John H., bookkeeper. 

Peterson, Lulu V., bookkeeper.. 

Pimbury, Augustus, farmer. 

Pirt, Robt., mill owner. 

Pitt, Thomas (Pitt & Peterson). 

Pitt & Peterson (Thos. Pitt and An- 
drew H. Peterson), general mer- 
chandise. 

Plaskett, David, butcher. 

PORTLAND CANAL MINING & DE- 
VELOPMENT CO., LTD., C. H. 
Dickie, president; E. P. Miller, sec- 
retary. 

Potts, G. S., general merchandise. 

Powel, Henry, rancher. 

Powel, John, retired. 

Powell, Charles G., farmer. 

Prevost, Mrs. A., music teacher. 

Prevost, Harold F., stationer. 

Price, Charles T., farmer. 

PRICE BROS. (FRANK H. AND E. A.) 
Props. Tzouhaiem Hotel. 
(See foot lines.) 

Price, Frank H. (Price Bros.) 

QUAMICHAN HOTEL, 

FRANK CONRUYT, Proprietor. 

(See foot lines.) 

Quamichan Sawmill Co.. (C. H. 
Drickie, F. Haycroft and T. Van 
Norman). 

Reid, Robert B., clerk, Government Of- 
fice. 

Richardson, Mrs. Louise. 

Rivaz, Claude Farnworth, artist. 

Robertson, James, farmer. 

Robertson, Rev. Wm. J., pastor Pres- 
byterian church. 

Robertson, William R., Indian agent. 

Rolston, Cecil M., physician. 

Rowe, James, farmer. 

Rutledge, James, barber. 

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 
Rev. W. J. Forbes Robertson, 
pastor. 

St. Edward's Roman Catholic Church, 
Father Durant. 

Scott, A. D. B., farmer. 

Sejrup, Victor Moller, manager Cowi- 
chan Creamery. 

Shearing, William, contractor and 
builder. 

Skinner, Ernest M., surveyor. 

Skimshire, Percy T., private school. 




Smith, Edwin G., farmer. 

Smith, Frank J., farmer. 

Smith, Harry. 

Smith, Martin, printer. 

Sowrey, Amy, clerk. 

Speck, Charles F., farmer 

Speck, Edwin, farmer. 

Stanton, Frank H., farmer. 

Stanton, Thomas H., farmer. 

Stephens, H. P. D., farmer. 

Stepney, Arthur St. George H., farmr^r 

Stillwell, John E., farmer. 

Stock, Edward, bartender, Tzouhaiem 

Hotel. 
Sutton, Margaret, Mrs., widow. 
Tate, Rev. Charles M., Methodi.st 

minister. 
Tate, James C, farmer. 
Thompson, Wm. P., farmer. 
Townend, George Harold, farmer. 
Townsend, Mrs. A. G., milliner 
Townsend, Frank T., painter. 
Truesdale Harold, engineer. 
Truesdale, Lewis H., carpenter. 
Truesdale, Walter, clerk. 
Tuck Hing & Co., merchandise. 
TZOUHALEM HOTEL, PRICE BROS., 

Proprietors. 

(See foot lines.) 

Van Allman, William, farmer. 

Van Norman, Frederick, farmer. 

Van Norman, I. N., carpenter. 

Van Norman, Thomas, manager Qua- 
michan Sawmill. 

Vaux, Mrs. W. H., farmer. 

VENTRESS, ROBINSON, DRUGS. 

Vipond, Joseph, logging contractor. 

Waldy, Cecil, R. V. J., farmer. 

W^att, George B., teamster. 

Webster, Mrs. A. F., farmer. 

Wellburn, Harry O., farmer. 

Weismiller, John, farmer. 

West, Ernest, teamster. 

Whidden, Clara, dressmaker. 

W^hidden, Hattie, clerk. 

Whidden, Robt. H., wheelwright. 

White, Samuel G., employee Cowichan 
Creamery. 

White, Wm. J., harness maker. 



QUAMICHAN HOTEL 



/ Headquarters for Tourists^ 
I and Commercial Men j 



Duncan, B. C 



strictly First Class. Excellent Fishing and Hunting on Somenos Lake. F. CONRUYT, Proprietor 



FIT-REFORM 

Ready to Wear or to Order. 



CLOTHES FOR 
GENTLEMEN 

1201 GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA Phone 898 



120 Duncan 



Emily Island 



CorriG dollege 

BEACON HILL PARK, VICTORIA. 

The Home School For Boys. 
Principal - J. W. CHURCH, IVl.A. 



WHITTOME, JAMES H., REAL 
ESTATE, INSURANCE AND 
FINANCIAL AGENT, NOTARY 
PUBLIC. PHONES 9 AND T23. 

Williams, Justus B. M., carpenter. 
Williams, Matthew J., farmer 
Wilson, Miss, "The Cliffs" School for 

Girls. 
Wilson, Alexander R., farmei-. 
Wilson, Harry, architect, residence 

"The Cliffs." 
Wilson, Ronald, rancher. 
Wilson, William, farmer. 
Windsor, Thomas P., farmer. 
WOOD, THOMAS A., MINING 

ENGINEER. 
Woods, Archie D., photographer. 
Wright, Ernest A., laborer. 
Young, Charles Newton, real estate. 

DUNCAN ISLAND 

About one mile southeast of 
Hurst Island (Queen Charlotte 
Sound). 

DUNSMUIR DISTRICT 

A land district lying south of 
Nanoose and east of Alberni dis- 
tricts. 

EAST SOOKE 

(See also Sooke). 

A farming settlement about 30 
miles southwest of Victoria by 
road, situate at the entrance of 
the beautiful Sooke Harbor. The 
distance, via Milne's Landing, is 
about 26 miles from Victoia, but 
this necessitates crossing Sooke 
Harbor. Has post office, mails 
weekly, nearest telegraph Milne's 
lianding. distant 4 miles by water; 
Coldstream nearest railway 

station (via Milne's Landing), 18 
miles distant. James Keill, post- 
master. 

Brown, Mrs. George. 
Burnett, Wm. J., farmer 
Caffery, Frank, farmer. 
Caffery, James, farmer. 



Caffery, Joseph, farmer 
Caffery, Wm., farmer. 
Cartwright, Wm., farmer. 
Dale, John, farmer. 
Donaldson, Alex., Jr., farmer. 
Donaldson, Alex., Sr., farmer. 
Godtel, Adam, farmer. 
Godtel, Edward, farmer. 
Godtel, Louis, farmer. 
Keill, James, postmaster. 
McDonald, Wm., carpenter. 
Oldershaw, Thomas, farmer. 
Robison, Duncan, farmer. 
Walker, — , farmer. 
Wilson, Alfred E., farmer. 

EAST WELLINGTON 

(See also Northfield, Wellington and 
Beechin). 

A farming settlement and post 
offlc.e, two and one-half miles 
southeast of Wellington. 

Postmaster, John Dand. 

School, Thomas Bryant, master. 

Babcock, Wm., farmer. 

Ballance, Joseph, farmer. 

Baxter, Joseph, machinist. 

Bryant, Thomas, teacher. 

Cartwright, James, farmer. 

Catling, Ernest, farmer. 

Dand, John, postmaster. 

Fort, Joseph, farmer. 

Gibbs, William, machinist. 

Harrison, Benjamin H., employee H. 

P. Co. 
Holland, John, engineer. 
Holland, John, farmer. 
Holland, Rueben, miner. 
Hosko, Charles, farmer. 
Kidd, William, farmer. 
McMillan, Alexander, farmer 
Pettman, Herbert, farmer. - 

Smith, — , farmer. 
Swanson, — , farmer. 
Westwood, David, farmer. 
Westwood, Milton T. C, farmer. 

ECHO ISLAND 

Between N. Galiano Island and 
Mainland. 

ELK LAKE 

A station on V. & S. Railway, 8 
miles north of Victoria. 
(See Royal Oak and Keating). 

EMILY ISLAND 

In Oak Bay, Victoria. 



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ENTRANCE ISLAND 

Entrance to Quatsino Sound, 
lighthouse on southeast end; M. 
G. Clark, keeper. 

ERRINGTON 

(See also Parksville and French 
Creek.) 

A farming settlement and post 
office on the Alberni road, 27 miles 
northwest of Nanaimo; nearest 
station, Wellington, 21 miles dis- 
tant. 

Anglican Church, Rev. J. 
Simonds, rector. 

Postmaster, J. A. McCarter. 

Eradley, James, farmer. 
Dunn, James M., farmer. 
Kilby, T. W., laborer. 
McCarter, J. A., postmaster. 
McCarter, Mrs. W. R., widow. 
McKibbon, John, farmer. 
Morrison, John, farmer. 
Morrison, William, farmer. 
Rowe, Charles, farmer. 
Swayne, A., farmer. 

ESQUIMALT 

The chief naval station on the 
Pacific coast, is situated 4 miles 
west of Victoria, on the southeast 
of the entrance to Esquimalt 
Harbor. There is a dry dock 450 
feet in length owned by the Do- 
minion Government. It is the 
home port of H. M. S. "Shear- 
water," "Egeria," and "Algerine." 
There is also an arsenal, naval 
hospital, marine railway, etc. 
Esquimalt and Victoria are con- 
nected by electric railway. 

(The names of residents are in- 
cluded in the City of Victoria. 
See also Esquimalt Road, Ad- 
miral's Road, Admiralty Road, 
Constance Avenue, Wharf and 
Hospital Streets in the Victoria 
Street Directory.) 

(See also H. M. S. Royal Navy 
at beginning of book.) 

Postmaster, Fred. J. Mesher. 

Admiralty agent, George 

Phillips. 

B. C. Marine Railway, Ltd., W. 
F. Bullen, managing director. 

Esquimalt Dry Dock, Captain 
Isaac Gould, superintendent; J. E. 
Jeffcott, chief engineer; F. N. 
Jones, assistant engineer. 



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Naval Hospital, J. H. Porter, 
caretaker. 

ESTAVAN POINT 

South side of entrance to Nootka 
Sound; has wireless station, A. H. 
Morse, operator and meteorologi- 
cal agent, also lighthouse on south- 
west extremity. Otto Buckholtz, 
keeper. 

EXTENSION 

A mining settlement situated at 
the Extension mines of the Wel- 
lington Colliery Co., 12 miles north 
of Ladysmith, with which town it 
is connected by a spur line own- 
ed by the company. Telegraph 
and telephone connections. 
Postmistress, Mrs. E. Morris. 
Presbyterian Church, Rev. 

Peter Fleming. 

Methodist Church, Rev. Mr. 
Weber. 

Schools, Miss D. L. Cook, Miss 
B. F. Westwood, teachers. 

Anderson, John, miner. 

Bilton, C. E., machinist. 

Bone, Thomas, miner. 

Bound, Herman, miner. 

Bowater, Wm., miner. 

Bradley, Wm., miner. 

Bramley, Jonathan, gentleman. 

Bramley, Ralph, miner. 

Bryden, Robert D., master mechanic. 

Burns, Thomas, miner. 

Campbell, James, miner. 

Campbell, John, miner, 

Carr, George, miner. 

Cheal, William, carpenter. 

Cook, Miss D. L., teacher. 



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Cope, William, miner. 

Cornish, C, miner. 

Cosier, William, fire boss. 

Crook, Harry, dock boss. 

Davidson, John, miner. 

Davis, E., engineer. 

Derosa, Joseph, general store. 

Doherty, Fred, miner. 

Drape, Humphrey, miner. 

Fontana, Joseph, miner. 

Frew, James, miner. 

Gemmell, Thomas, miner. 

Gill, F. G., miner. 

Godfrey, William, rancher. 

Gordon, John, miner. 

Hilbert Waddington, miner. 

Holm, Charles, miner. 

Hubbard, M., electric power house. 

Hunter, R., fireman. 

Isher, Thomas, general store. 

Johnson, George. 

Jones, Thomas, miner. 

Kenyon, William, miner. 

Kirkwood, R., blacksmith. 

Lewis, Daniel, miner. 

Lockner, Erik, rancher, 

Lukey, John, miner. 

Mazzolini, Michael, carpenter. 

McKenzie, Alexander, foreman. 

McKenzie, Hugh W., foreman. 

McLean, Daniel, rancher. 

McLean, Wilson, miner, 

McLellan, Wilson, miner. 

McRae, Daniel, way boss. 

Michie, Alexander, engineer. 

Michie, John, Jr., engineer. 

Mlchiek, Steve, miner. 

Mills, Thomas, overman. 

Mullin, J. J., physician. 

Passerini, Charles, prop., Tunnel Hotel 

Perry, James, miner. 

Peterson, Herman, miner. 

Pinnel, Fred, rancher. 

Parkins, Robert, blacksmith. 

Payne, Harry, carpenter. 

Rofter, Robert, miner. 

Ross, James, blacksmith. 

Ross., William, engineer. 

Scales, J., blacksmith. 

Scannel, Michael, rancher. 

Shaw, Alexander, pit boss. 



Shires, Joseph, machinist. 
Spisack, Michael, miner. 
Tesini, L., general store. 
Thompson, Crawford, stable boss. 
Thompson, James, yard engineer. 
Thompson, Samuel, head blacksmith. 
Todd, Fred, miner. 
Treherne, Gomer, miner. 
Tunnel Hotel, Charles Passerini, prop. 
Walker, D., brakesman. 
Wargo, Michael, miner. 
Watson, Joseph, miner. 
Westwood, Miss B. F., teacher. 
Westwood, C. N., storekeeper. 
Williams, Gilbert, miner. 
Williamson, Peter, shoemaker. 
Wilson, Thomas, machinist. 
Winston, William. 

FIDDICK JUNCTION 

On the E. & N. Railway, seven 
miles from Nanaimo. A spur 
formerly ran from here to Exten- 
sion Tunnel. 

FIDDLE REEF 

In Haro Strait, Lighthouse, D. 
H. McNeill, keeper. 

FISGUARD LIGHT 

On a rock at western entrance 
to Esquimau Harbor; G. John- 
ston, keeper. 

FIVE FINGER ISLAND 

In the Straits of Georgia, off 
Nanaimo Harbor. 

FLORES ISLAND 

■Situated between Sidney Inlet 
and Vancouver Island, in the Clay- 
oquot district. 

FORT RUPERT 

Post office. Alert Bay. 

A trading post at the north end 
of Vancouver Island, 20 miles 
north of Alert Bay. 

Blenkinsopp, G., rancher. 

Hunt, Geo., hunter and trapper. 

Hunt, Mrs. M., general store. 

Lyon, Alex. M. 

Hatt, James, fisherman. 

Kirk, Robert, teamster. 

Porte, Hugh, teamster. 

Willi ams, Captain W., farmer. 



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FOSTER ISLAND 

Between Malcolm Island and 
Broughton Island. 

FRASER ISLAND 

An Indian reservation In Becher 
Bay. 

FREDERICK ARM 

(See Thurlow). 

FRENCH CREEK 

(See also Parksville.) 

A farming settlement and post 
office in the Nanoose district 21 
miles northwest of Welling-ton 
and 3 miles northwest of English- 
man's River; nearest railway sta- 
tion, Wellington. 

Postmaster, Henry Pillar. 

Anglican Church, Rev. J. 
Simonds, rector. 

Buss, William, farmer. 
■Craig, Robert John, farmer. 
Crump, Abraham, farmer. 
Despard, Edward, farmer. 
Hutchings, George, farmer. 
Jones, Prank C, farmer. 
Jones, Walter, farmer. 
Kincade, James, logger. 
Kincade, Thomas, Jr., farmer. 
Kincade, Thomas, Sr., farmer. 
Lee, Henry R., farmer and meteorologi- 
cal agent. 
Lee, William, farmer. 
Mattherson, George, farmer. 
Matterson, Ian, farmer. 
Pillar, Henry, postmaster. 
Taylor, James, farmer. 

FRIENDLY COVE 

An Indian settlement on Nootka 
Island; has a Roman Catholic 
Church, also a store. 

School, Rev. Father A. L. Sterne. 
Smith, F. W., storekeeper. 

FULFORD HARBOR 

An inlet and steamboat landing 
on the southeast of Salt Spring 
Island. Regular connections with 
Sidney and Nanaimo. 

Post office, South Salt Spring, 
(distant one mile) which see. 



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GABRIOLA ISLAND 

An island in the Gulf of 
Georgia, east of Nanaimo. There 
are two post offices on the island, 
(north and south), and steamer 
landing is at the southern end, 
14 miles southeast of Nanaimo. 
It is about 8 miles in length and 
2 miles in width. Has two public 
schools and Anglican mission. 
Mails four times a week. 

Population about 150. 

Postmaster, James Gray. 

Aitken, Mrs. J., poultry ranch. 

Chappie, Joseph, farmer. 

Chappie, Richard, farmer. 

Chappie, Wm., farmer. 

Clark, M. G., lighthouse keeper. En- 
trance Island. 

Cox, John, farmer, Mudge Island. 

Degnen, James, farmer. 

Degnen, Robert, farmer. 

Degnen, Thomas, Jr., farmer. 

Degnen, Thomas, Sr., farmer. 

Edgar, Mark, farmer. 

Eastham, Gilbert, rancher. 

Eastham, James, rancher. 

Eastham, John, rancher. 

Eastham, Richard, rancher. 

Flewett, Wm. M., farmer, DeCourcey 
Island. 

Gemmell, John, farmer. 

Gray, James, farmer. 

Griffiths, Wm., farmer. 

Higham, Martha, rancher. 

Higgins, Wm. J., farmer. 

Hoggan, David, farmer. 

Hoggan, Robert, farmer. 

Holm, John, rancher and postmaster 
at North Gabriola. 

Johnston, John, 

Lewis, James, farmer. 



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McConvey, Daniel, farmer. 

McGuffle, George, farmer. 

McLay, James, J. P., farmer. 

McRobert, James, farmer, Valdez Is- 
land. 

Martin, Henry, farmer. 

Martin, John, farmer. 

Martin, Moses, farmer, 

Peterson, Henry, farmer. 

Peterson, Robert, farmer. 

Rath, May, school teacher. 

Rollo, James, farmer. 

Rollo, John, farmer. 

Shaw, Wm. N., farmer and contractor. 

Silva, John. 

Silva, Joseph. 

Springell, Bernard, poultry. 

Stephenson, Wm., farmer. 

Thatcher, Arthur, farmer, Mudge Is- 
land. 

TordifC, Francis, poultry. 

Watson, Herbert W., farmer. 

GALIANO ISLAND 

See also Retreat Cove.) 

An island in the Gulf of Georgia, 
midway between Victoria and 
Vancouver, and 16 miles north of 
Sidney. Plumper Pass separates 
Galiano from Mayne Island. It is 
about 17 miles in length, with 
an average breadth of about one 
and one-half miles. The island is 
a great health resort, possesses 
many fine orchards, and valuable 
timber. Steamer calls twice a 
week. There are two post offices 
on the island, Galiano and Re- 
treat Cove. 

Postmaster, Joseph Page. 

Schools, Miss M. Clark, teacher; 
Miss Parrot, teacher. 

Bellhouse, J. W., farmer. 
Buckley, Edmund. 
Burrill, Frederick J., farmer. 
Cain, Wm., carpenter. 
Cayzer, Alfred, farmer. 
Clark, Mildred, teacher. 
Cook, Carl, farmer. 
Cook, John, farmer. 
Cullison, J. A., carpenter. 



Enke, Max, farmer. 

Foot, Clarence, logger. 

Georgeson, John, farmer. 

Gray, J. L., farmer. 

Head, Albert, farmer. 

Irwin, Edwin. 

Morgan, Mrs. A. H. 

Murcheson, Finlay, farmer. 

Murcheson, Finlay A., farmer. 

Page, Joseph, J. P., postmaster and 

' assessor and collector. 
Parrot, Miss, school teacher. 
Rae, Thos. C, farmer. 
Shields, Richard, farmer. 
Spence, Clyde, farmer. 
Steward, P., farmer. 
Sturdy, Fred., poultry fancier. 
Whitney, James H., farmer. 
Winstanley, E. G., farmer. 
Worge, C. Drumond, farmer. 
Wright, Robert A., farmer. 

GANGES HARBOR 

See also Salt Spring Island.) 

A post office and steamboat 
landing on the west coast of Salt 
Spring Island, about 20 miles north 
of Sidney. The harbor is about 6 
miles in length. Salt Spring Is- 
land post office (central settle- 
ment) is 2 miles inland. Long 
distance telephone connections. 

Postmaster, G. J. Mouat. 

Schools — Central, J. W. Dodds; 
Divide, Bertha Trage. 

Allen, Henry O., farmer. 

Anderson, James D., farmer. 

Appleby, Charles, farmer. 

Atkins, Thomas, farmer. 

Baker, Gerald R., physician 

Beddis, Charles E., farmer. 

Beech, Lionel, physician. 

Bittancourt, Abraham R., general 
store. 

Blackburn, Allan, farmer. 

Borradaile, Ernest G., farmer. 

Bowers, Joseph, farmer. 

Calthorp, M., farmer. 

Collins, John T., farmer. 

Crofton, Alfred G., farmer. 

Curtis, Charles, farmer. 

Davis & Stewart, farmers. 

Gardner, Charles, farmer. 

Green, Hugh S., farmer. 

Harris, D. S., real estate and insur- 
ance. 

Harvey, W., farmer. 

Henry, John, farmer. 

Islands Agricultural and Fruit Grow- 
ers' Association; W. S. Ritchie, 
president; Wm. M. Mouat, secre- 
tary. 



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Jamieson, T., freight launch. 

Kingsbury, James 'C, farmer. 

Lepage, W. J., farmer. 

Mouat, Gilbert J., postmaster. 

Mouat, G. J. & Co. (J. G., Wm. M., and 
L. Mouat) general store, post office 
and blacksmiths' shop. 

Nelson, Eric, farmer. 

Nightingale, Joseph, farmer and road- 
man. 

Nobbs, Charles, farmer. 

Norton, Walter, farmer. 

Phillips, Fred. M., farmer. 

Purdy, Raffles A. R., farmer. 

Ramsay, Vivian, farmer. 

Ritchie, W. S., farmer. 

Rogers, Harry H., farmer. 

Rogers, John S., farmer. 

Robertshaw, Hugo, farmer. 

Salt Spring Island Athletic Associa- 
tion, John A. Hearst, secretary. 

Salt Spring Island Creamery, G. Scott, 
president; J. B. Armstrong, secre- 
tary. 

Scott, Frank L.., farmer. 

Scott, Geoffrey, farmer. 

Scott, Wm. B., farmer. 

Scovell, John C, farmer. 

Silverson Alexander J., farmer. 

Silverson, George, farmer. 

Smith, Andrew J., farmer. 

Speed, F., farmer. 

Tolson, Leonard G., private school. 

Upjohn, Francis J., rancher. 

Waklin, Edward, farmer, 

Walter, Edward, farmer, assessor and 
collector. 

Ward, Arthur, farmer. 

Weight, Rudolph C, farmer. 

Williams, Fred, teacher, North End 
school. 

Wilson, Joseph E., farmer. 

Wright, Abraham S., farmer. 

GARNHAM 

(Now called Colquitz.) 

GERALD ISLAND 

Between Ballinac Island and 
Vancouver Island. 

GILFORD ISLAND 

Between the north coast of 
Vancouver Island and the main- 
land of B. C. 

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(See also Colwood.) 

A flag station and post office on 
the E. & N. Railway, 11 miles 
north west of Victoria; has post 
ofHce, school and telephone, also 
an hotel; mails daily. In this 
district Is situated the power 
stations of the B. C. Electric 
Railway. 

Postmistress, Mrs. Mary Irving. 

B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd., power 
house. 

Brown, Wm., farmer. 

Browne, Irwin, farmer. 

Burnett, E., farmer, 

Carlow, Edward A., farmer. 

Carlow, Edwin, farmer. 

Costin, John, employee B. C. Electric 
Railway, power station. 

Deighton, George, farmer. 

Evans, Agnes, teacher. 

Foster, John, farmer. 

Goodall, Ernest, farmer. 

Irving, Mrs. Mary, postmistress. 

Logan, James, farmer. 

Mcintosh, employee E. & N. R. 

McKnight, Hugh, farmer. 

Payne, William, farmer. 

Pope, Robert, caretaker, Goldstream 
Lakes and meteorological agent. 

Reynolds, George V., foreman B. C. 
E. R., power station. 

Ross Adam, keeper cabin, pond re- 
servoir. 

Thomson, Chas. A., section foreman. 

Walker, Irvine, employee water works. 

Woodruff, George, farmer. 

Woodruff, Henry, farmer. 



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GOOCH ISLAND 

In the Gulf of Georgia, 5 miles 
east of Sidney. 

GORDON HEAD 

(See also Mount Tolmie.) 

A post ofRce and settlement in 
the Saanich Municipality, 5 miles 
northeast of Victoria. It is 
situated on a headland overlook- 
ing the Haro Straits. The dis- 
trict is famed for its fruit grow- 
ing. There is a public hall near 
the post office. 

Postmistress, Miss F. Gray. 

School, Marion Offerhaus, 

teacher. 

Presbyterian Church, Rev. R. 
Wallace Collins. 

Appleton, Frederick, farmer. 

Balbeck, A. A., fruit grower. 

Bebbeck, Alfred. 

Burkholder, F. H. 

Clark, John, fruit grower. 

Cook, Hubert E., fruit grower. 

Crook, George, fruit grower. 

Currie, David. 

Deans, Wm., fruit grower. 

Dunnett, Mrs. J. 

Dunnett, Malcolm, fruit grower. 

Durand. J., fruit grower. 

Gordon Head Mutual Improvement 
Society, Geo. F. Watson, secre- 
tary. 

Grant, Wm. C, fruit grower. 

Gray, Miss F., postmistress. 

Green, R. H., fruit grower. 

Grist, H. H., fruit grower. 

Houlihan, James, fruit grower. 

Houlihan, Patrick, fruit grower. 

Howard, Jane F., fruit grower. 

Jones, J., fruit grower. 

Lewis, J., fruit grower. 

Luke, Harold, fruit grower. 

Mackay, William, fruit grower. 

Mackie, Wm., fruit grower. 

Meacock, Arthur, fruit grower. 

Mead, fruit grower. 

Mitchell, Edward, fruit grower. 

Offerhaus, Marion, teacher. 



Ormond, A. E., frujt grower. 

Pollock, Samuel, fruit grower. 
Robbins. Moses. 

Russell, L., fruit grower. 

Somers, Isaac, builder. 

Somers, Jos. Wm., fruit grower. 

Stannard, H. T., poultry breeder and 

fruit grower. 
Strachan, Andrew, fruit grower. 

Toms, Louis W. 

Vantreight, Geoffrey A., fruit grower. 

Walker. Samuel, fruit grower, 

Watson, Geo. F., fruit grower. 

Williamson, Wm. J., fruit grower. 

Wool, Edward E., builder. 

GRANTHAM 

(See also Sandwick.) 

A post office in the Comox dis- 
trict, 5 miles north of Sandwick. 
Postmaster, Wm. Beech. 

Beech, Wm., postmaster. 
Birkett, Wm., farmer. 
Blackburn, John, farmer. 
Elmhurst, Alice, teacher. 
Grieve, Henry, farmer. 
Grieve, James E., farmer. 
Hardie, Thomas, farmer. 
Hargrave, Richard, farmer. 
King, Harry, trapper. 
McGimpsey, Samuel, farmer. 
Mitchell, Ashwell, farmer. 
Ledingham, Alex., farmer. 
Salmond, Alexander, farmer. 
Smith, Horace, farmer. 
Smith, Mrs. W. C, farmer. 
Stewart, Wm., farmer. 
Williams, Charles, farmer. 
Williams, Thomas, farmer. 
Winger, Geo., farmer. 
Woodest, Mrs., farmer. 
Woods, Thomas C, farmer. 

HAGAN 

(See also Sluggett.) 

A post office in the Saanich 
Municipality, 13 miles north of 
Victoria, by the West Saanich 
Road. The Tsart-ilp Indian Re- 
serve is in the vicinity. 

Postmaster, James Hagan. 

Church of the Assumption (R.C.), 
Rev. A. J. Vullinghs. 

St. Stephens (Anglican), Rev. 
Fred Wimberley. 

Day School, Miss C. Needham. 

Anderson, A. B., chicken ranch. 
Bovill, fruit grower. 






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Cleves, Vincent, fruit grower. 
Dempsey, Francis, pensioner. 
Hagan, James, postmaster and farmer. 
Hagan, Lawrence, farmer. 
Needham, Catherine, teacher. 
Streatfield, Kenneth, fruit grower. 
Thompson, Alex., farmer. 
Thompson, David, farmer. 
Tillard, E. Ross, fruit grower. 
Vullinglis, Rev. A. J., Indian Mission- 
ary (R.C.) 
Wilkinson, fruit grower. 
Wimberley, Rev., Frederick (Anglican.) 

HALKETT ISLAND 

In Selkirk Water, Victoria. 

HALLS CROSSING 

Flag station on the E. & N. Ry. 

HANSON ISLAND 

Southeast of Malcolm Island. 

HAPPY VALLEY 

(See also Metchosin.) 

A farming settlement in the 
Metchosin district, has post office, 
and is about 12 miles southeast of 
Victoria; nearest railway station, 
Victoria. Postmaster, James G. 
Walker. 

Blight, Mrs., widow. 
Clarke, Arthur G., farmer. 
Field, Chester G., saw mill. 
Field, Edward S., farmer. 
Field, Lee L., farmer. 
Flesh, farmer. 
Henry, David, blacksmith. 
Letoria, Charles L., farmer. 
Matthews, Wm., farmer. 
Neild, Henry, farmer. 
Skelton, farmer. 
Smith, William, farmer. 
Walker, James G., fruit grower and 
postmaster. 

HARBLEDOWN ISLAND 

An island off the northeast coast 
of Vancouver Island, 15 miles east 
of Alert Bay. Post office and trad- 
ing post; mails from Vancouver. 

Galley, Wm. H., postmaster and 
general store. 

Eugstrom, John, logger. 
Haden, Alfred, logger. 
Johnson, Sigfrid, logger. 



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Kamano, Michael, logger. 
Kelly, John, logger. 
Kelley, Thomas, logger. 
Kerr, John, farmer. 
McCrimmon, Kenneth, farmer. 
McDougall, Alex. C, logger. 
Nelson, Nels, logger. 
Petch, Thomas, logger. 
Reveller, Wm., farmer. 
Vosburgh, Wm., logger. 
Walden, John, logger. 
Wharton, Wm., logger. 
Welsh, Wm., logger. 

HARDWICK ISLAND 

Between Johnstone Strait and 
mainland of British Columbia, 
southeast of Port Neville. 

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HARWOOD ISLAND 

A small island 2 miles north of 
Texada. 

HEAL 

(See also Royal Oak.) 

A post office in the Lake District 
of the Saanich Municipality, 9 
miles north of Victoria by the west 
Saanich Road. Nearest railway 
station is Royal Oak (district 3 
miles). 

Postmaster, Charles A. Heal. 
Prospect School, Elizabeth Rob- 
ertson, teacher. 



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Adam, Thomas, farmer. 
Alexander, Thomas, dairyman. 
Barker, Wm., James. 
Cameron, K., farmer. 
Campbell, Frank, farmer. 
Cross, J. H., farmer. 
Depuis, John, farmer. 
Durrance, John, Jr., farmer. 
Edwards, G. H. R. 
Griffiths, R., farmer. 
Handy, Wm., farmer. 
Heal, Chas. Asdale, farmer and post- 
master. 
Halroyd, James, farmer. 
Harper, Frederick W. 
Kingscote, Thomas. 
Klngscote, Wm. 
Lindsay, F. H., farmer. 
McCullough, Samuel, teamster. 
McMillan, W., farmer. 
Norwood, A., farmer. 
Oldfield, H. T., farmer. 
Perdue, Ephraim, farmer. 
Phillips, Joseph, farmer. 
Reid, John S., farmer. 
Reid, Peter W., farmer. 
Rice, Thomas B., farmer. 
Ridland, Robert, farmer. 
Robertson, Elizabeth, teacher. 
Rowden, Nathan. 
Smith, Thomas C, farmer. 
Spotts, Albert W., farmer.- 
Spotts, Mrs. Charles N. 
Trickey, John, farmer. 
Trickey, Wm., farmer. 
Walton, Marcus. 
Watt, John, farmer. 
Wetmore, Val. H. 
Whitehouse, L. H., laborer. 
Williams, Anthony, nurse. 
Williams, Wm. A., farmer 
Woods, J. G., farmer. 
Young, John S. 

HEDLEY ISLAND 

East of Greeting Point (North 
Galiano Island). 

HELMCKEN DISTRICT 

A land di.strii-t lying west of 
S'havvnigan District. 



HERBERT ISLAND 

5 miles northeast of Greeting 
Point (N. Galiano Island.) 

HERIOT BAY 

(See also Valdez Island and Quathia- 
ski Cove.) 

A steamer landing, post office 
and settlement on the southeast 
coast of Valdez Island, 36 miles 
north of Comox. Steamer from 
Vancouver twice a week. 

Postmaster, H. A. Bull. 

Bagot, John, farmer. 

Bagot, Seymour G., mining engineer. 

Blackball, A. J., bookkeeper. 

Bryant, John, farmer. 

Bull, Hosea A., postmaster and general 
store. 

Callow, Edward, logger. 

Doary, Alfred, farmer. 

Ellerston C, logger. 

Hale, Frederick, farmer. 

Hall, Charles, miner. 

Hall, Willard, miner. 

Hall, Wm., miner. 

Hannacher, John, logger. 

Helgreen, A., blacksmith. 

Heriot Bay Hotel, H. A. Bull, proprie- 
tor. 

Hodock, Charles, logger. 

Holts, Ole, logger. 

Horner, Philip, logger. 

Hughes, Wm., farmer. 

Ireland, M. C, farmer. 

Johnson, Edward, farmer. 

Kelley, John, farmer. 

Kellog, Edward, engineer. 

Leask, T., logger. 

McCormack, Hiram, logger. 

McCormack, Robert, logger. 

McMann, John, farmer. 

McMillan, James, miner. 

Martin, Otto, farmer. 

Martin, William, miner. 

Maxwell, W., farmer. 

Methodist Mission (Cape Mudge), Rev. 
J. Edward Rendel, missionary. 

Mundon, Henry, boat builder. 

Neal, Arthur, carpenter. 

Nelson, Peter G., fisherman. 

Prestwood, Thomas, farmer. 

Rendel, J. Edward, missionary. 

Scott, Geo. Jr., farmer. 

Scott, Geo., Sr., carpenter. 

Shaw, Vincent, mine manager. 

Smith, John, farmer. 

Stevenson, David, logger. 

Stowell, John, engineer. 



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Ward, Bernard, farmer. 
Wilson, E., machinist. 
Wilson, Robert, farmer. 

HERNANDO ISLAND 

A small Island north of the 
Straits of Georgia, in the Comox 
District, and 25 miles north of 
Comox. It is about 4 miles long. 
Steamer weekly from Vancouver. 

Manson, John, farmer. 
Manson, Michael, farmer. 
McDonald, Donald, farmer. 

HESQUIOT HARBOR 

Situated midway between Noot- 
ka Sound and Sidney Inlet, on the 
west coast of Vancouver Island. 
There is an Indian village and 
school here, also a lighthouse and 
wireless station at Estevan Point. 
School, Rev. Father F. J. Bra- 
bant, principal. 

Brabant, Rev. Father F. J. 

Buckholtz, Capt. Otto, keeper Estevan 
lighthouse. 

Luckovitch, Antone, assistant keeper 
Estevan lighthouse. 

Luckovitch, Antone, Mrs., storekeeper. 

Morse, A. H., operator, wireless sta- 
tion, Estevan Point. 

HIGHLAND DISTRICT 

A land district covering the 
southwest of the Saanich Penin- 
sula. 

HILL ISLAND 

A small island in the Gulf of 
Georgia, 4 miles northeast of Sid- 
ney; postofflce, Sidney. 
Taylor, E. B., farmer. 

HOLFORD ISLAND 

A small island 2 miles south of 
Broughton Island. 

HOPE ISLAND 

A reservation for the Nahwittie 
Indians; is 1% miles north of 
Vancouver Island, at the entrance 
of Queen Charlotte Sound. 

HORNBY ISLAND 

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Postmaster, John Howe. 

Bannerman, J. J., farmer. 
Bennett, Jas. H., farmer. 
Damon, R. C, farmer. 
Ford, John, farmer. 
Ford, Thomas E., farmer. 
Ford, Wm., farmer. 
Gordon, Walter, farmer. 
Howe, John, postmaster. 
Howe, Geo., farmer. 
McCallum, A. H., contractor. 
Reid, S. D., meteorological agent. 
Roberts, Samuel, laborer. 
Scott, Alfonso, farmer. 
Scott, Caesar, trapper. 
Scott, Ellis, farmer. 
Scott, Frederick, trapper. 
Scott, Robt. E., farmer. 
Scott, Washington, farmer. 
Smith, Charles, plumber. 
Smith, T. A. L., farmer. 
Stachan, J. A., farmer. 
Sutton, F., farmer. 

HURST ISLAND 

In the Queen Charlotte Sound, 
southeast of North Gallano Island. 

INDEPENDENT 

(See also Wellington.) 

A postofRce near the entrance 
of Nanoose Bay, 5 miles north- 
west of Wellington. There is a 
coal mine in the vicinity, although 
farming is the main industry at 
present. 

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Clark, C. F., cook. 

Copley, George, farmer. 

De Pape, C, farmer. 

Dixon, George, section foreman. 

Dixon, John, farmer. 

Dixon, Mrs. Mary Jane, postmistress. 

Independent Mine, Jack & Eastman, 
proprietors; C. C. Stephens, man- 
ager. 

Jack & Eastman (Wm. Jack, Sr., and 
— . Eastman), proprietors Inde- 
pendent Mine. 

Jack, Wm. 

Jackson, — ., timekeeper. 

Merritt, Matthe'w, miner. 

Murray, Walter, miner. 

Pringle, Wm., farmer. 

Richardson, Wm., farmer. 

Schovarts, John, farmer. 

Scott, James 

Stephens, C. C, manager Independent 
Mine. 

Thick, David, farmer. 

Thick, F., farmer. 

Totterdale, Samuel W., farmer. 

Wall, Alfred, engineer. 

Wall, John, farmer. 

Westfleld, Geo., miner. 

INDIAN ISLAND 

Between the southwest of Gil- 
ford Island and Vancouver Island. 

INSKIP ISLAND 

In Esquimau Harbor. 

ISABELLA POINT 

A settlement at the south end of 
Salt Spring Island. Post Office, 
South Salt Spring (which see). 

JAMES ISLAND 

A small island in the Gulf of 
Georgia, 2 miles southeast of Sid- 
ney. The Saint James Stable of 
thoroughbred horses is situated 
here. Postofflce, Sidney. 

Irvine, H. Wheatcroft, proprietor. 



JEDIDAH ISLAND 

At south end of Texada Island. 

JERVIS ISLAND 

A small Island in the Sabine 
Channel, north of Lasqueti Island. 

JOAN POINT 

In Dodd Narrows; lighthouse, R. 
Harrap, keeper. 

JONES ISLAND 

In the Gulf of Georgia, 3 miles 
east of Sidney. 

JORDAN RIVER 

(See Shirley.) 

KANGAROO 

(See Metchosin.) 

KEATING 

A settlement in the Saanich 
Municipality, 9 miles north of Vic- 
toria; also a station on the V. & 
S. Ry. Long-distance telephone. 
The South Saanich Temperance 
Society have a hall here. 

Postmaster, Frank Young. 

Methodist Church, Rev. Jas. A. 
Wood, pastor. 

West Saanich School, A. Cooper, 
teacher. 

Ambrose, J., fruit grower. 

Anderson, Alfred, farmer. 

Anderson, Mrs. William. 

Atkinson, W. H., fruit grower. 

Bate, Thomas, teamster. 

Bird, Chas. S., farmer. 

Butler, Wm. S., general store. 

Clark, Robert. 

Cooper, A., teacher West Saanich 

School. 
Copeman, Geo., farmer. 
Copeman, Gordon U. 
Cruse, Jeffrey, farmer. 
Dean, Mclntyre, farmer. 
Dean, Wm., farmer. 
Dilworth, John. 
Ferguson, Jas., farmer. 
Frank, Paul, farmer. 
Gale, Alfred E., fruit grower. 
Giles, Alfred. 
Halloway, Philip, farmer. 
John, Edgar, farmer. 
Kirkpatrick, Bethuel H., farmer. 



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Kuper Island 131 



Kirkpatrick, Wm. D., farmer. 

McCarthy, Charles A. B., farmer. 

McCaskill, Donald. 

McCaskill, Murdoch. 

McKay, John G., farmer. 

McKinley, G. A., farmer. 

Matthews, James. 

Mitchell, Wm. D., farmer. 

Mooring, Ben, blacksmith. 

Neaves, Fred., farmer. 

Paterson, Alexander. 

Patterson, John McA. 

Puckle, Henry, farmer. 

Rey, John, farmer. 

Rey, Alexis X. 

Rey, Francis X. 

Richardson, Herbert. 

Richardson, Wm., farmer. 

Stelnberger, Wm., farmer. 

Stewart, Andrew. 

Stewart, George. 

Talbot, Edward J., fruit grower. 

Tanner, Frank E., fruit grower. 

Tanner, George F. 

Tanner, Harry, fruit grower. 

Tunstead, Thomas, farmer. 

White, Horatio. 

Wood, Rev. Jas. A., pastor Methodist 

Church. 
Young, Frank, postmaster. 
Young, Henry R. 
Young, Peter A. 
Young, William G. 

KENT ISLAND 

East of Greeting Point, North 
Galiano Island. 

KINGCOME INLET 

A farming settlement on the 
mainland of British Columbia, 40 
miles northeast of Alert Bay. 
Mails monthly from Vancouver. 

Postmaster, E. A. Halliday. 

Halliday, Ernest A., farmer and post- 
master. 
Kirby, Henry, farmer. 
Pearson, H., farmer. 

KNAPP ISLAND 

4 miles north of Sidney. 

KOENIG'S 

A station on the E. & N. Rail- 
way at iShawnigan Lake, 28 miles 
north of Victoria. 

(See Shawnigan Lake.) 



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and Lath, furnished customers. 

KOKSILAH 

On the E. & N. Ry., in the Qua- 
michan district, 38 miles north by 
rail from Victoria, 2 miles south of 
Duncan by road. 

Postmistress, Mrs. M. Farney- 
hough. 

Asada, Y., general store. 

Boal, Jas., Jr., rancher. 

Crosier, Christopher, rancher. 

Crosier, Dr. 

Cuppage, Louis, rancher. 

Dawley, F., rancher. 

Dockstader, C. A., missionary. 

Dobson, Benjamin. 

Doupe, Samuel, rancher. 

Evans, David, rancher. 

Farneyhough, Mrs. M., postmistress. 

Farneyhough, Wm. C, hotel. 

Hanbrook, Thos., quarry foreman. 

Koksilah Hotel, Wm. C. Farneyhough, 
proprietor. 

Koksilah Stone Quarry, property of B. 
& N. Ry. 

McLay, J. C, rancher. 

Mearns, Mrs. Eliza, general store. 

Mearns, Wm., ranoher. 

Methodist Indian Mission, C. A. Dock- 
stader, missionary. 

Orr, A. B., rancher, Kelvin Creek. 

Ryan, Charles, rancher. 

Ryan, Wm., rancher. 

KUPER ISLAND 

One of the islands of the Gulf of 
Georgia, 5 miles east of Chemainus. 

Postmaster, Rev. Wm. Lemmons. 

Kuper Island Industrial School, 
Rev. P. Claessen, principal, Wm. 
Lemmons, assistant principal; B. 
Lachance, assistant principal; J. 
Lecrom; trade instructor; A. Prua- 
net, assistant instructor. 

Sisters of St. Ann: Rev. Sister, 
M, Evoiste, superior; Rev. Sister, 
M. Albert; Rev. iSister, M. Corne- 
lius; Rev. Sister, M. iStanislaus. 
Albert, Rev. Sister, assistant superior. 



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Allison, Frank, keeper Portier 

light. 
Butsch, Henry, foreman, Industrial 

school. 
Claessen, Rev. P. Principal, Indian In- 
dustrial School. 
Cornelius, Rev. Sister, teacher. 
Crocker, Jas., fisherman. 
Evoiste, Rev. Sister superior. 
Hunter, Peter, hunter. 
Hunter, Thomas, hunter. 
Hunter, Wm., hunter. 
Kuper Island Industrial School, Rev. 

P. Claessen, principal. 
Lachance, E., Assistant Industrial 

School. 
Lecrom, J., Instructor Industrial 

School. 
Lemmons, Wm., Assistant Principal, 

Industrial School and postmaster. 
Nixon, Arthur, farmer. 
Pruanet, A., Instructor Industrial 

School. 
Roberts, Richard P., farmer. 
Roberts, Robert, farmer. 
Silvey, Domingo, farmer. 
Silvey, Joseph, farmer. 
Sisters of St. Ann Industrial School. 
Van Nevel, Rev. Father John A. 



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A Pacific Whaling Company's 
station and Indian Village on the 
west coast 90 miles north of Clayo- 
quot. Mails monthly. Lighthouse 
on east side of channel. 

Postmaster, Amos Ellis. 

Christian, J., pilot. 

Ellis, A., lighthouse keeper. 

Garcin, A. D., bookkeeper. 

Grant, D., fireman. 

Harvey, E., cooper. 

Johnson, A., carpenter. 

Pike, L., flenser. 

Ruck, Sidney C, manager. 

■Smith, W., fireman. 

Sorby, Emile, Rev. Father. 

Sural, John, captain SS. St. Lawrence. 

Swift, W., engineer. 

Thomey, W., foreman. 

Thompson, W., engineer. 



LADYSMITH 

One of the three important min- 
ing towns of Vancouver Island, is 
situated on Oyster Harbor, 16 miles 
south of Nanaimo and 60 north of 
Victoria. The city was incorporat- 
ed in 1904, and is in the provincial 
Electoral District of Newcastle and 
Dominion Electoral District of Na- 
naimo. The coal mines of the Wel- 
lington Colliery Co., situated in the 
vicinity (at Extension), give em- 
ployment to the majority of the 
inhabitants, and it is from this city 
that all the coal is shipped. The 
wharves are fitted with the latest 
devices for coaling steamers. The 
E. & N. Railway runs along the 
waterfront, and the freight cars are 
ferried from here to Vancouver. 
The Ladysmith Lumber Co. and 
the Tyee Copper Coy.'s Smelter are 
two large industrial concerns 
which give employment to many 
of the inhabitants. 

Population 3,000 (exclusive of 
Orientals). 

Mayor, Donald Nicholson. 

Council, George Haworth, Wm. S. 
Brown, D. McKinnell, George Rob- 
erts, Murdoch Matheson and Colin 
Campbell. 

(See Addenda for Council elected Janu- 
ary 1909.) 

City Clerk, John Stewart. 

Fire Chief, Joseph E. Smith. 

Constable, James Callander. 

Night Watchman, Thomas O'Con- 
nell. 

Bandmaster, Isaac Whitcombe. 

School Trustees, D. McLean, 
chairman; John Bickle, Theodore 
Bryant, Wm. Russell, and Robert 
White. 

High School, Geo. W. Clark, 
principal. 

Public School, D. McD. Hunter, 
principal. 

County Court Deputy Registrar, 
John Stewart. 

Provincial Constable, George 
Cassidy. 

Postmaster, Theodore Bryant. 

Assistant, Ethel Clay. 

Methodist Church, Rev. Robt. 
Wilkinson, pastor. 

Presbyterian Church (Knox). 

■St. Mary's, R. C, 

A. P. & A. M., St. John's Lodge, 
No. 21, D. Nicholson, secretary. 



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Brotherhood of Owls, Ladysmith 
Nest No. 13, J. A. Knight, secre- 
tary. 

Burns Association, W. G. Fraser, 
secretary. 

Felice Cavalotti No. 3, S. Zuik, 
secretary. 

Fraternal Order of Eagles, Lady- 
smith Aerie No. 686, S. Weaving, 
secretarj'. 

I. O. O. F., Harmony Lodge No. 
6, James Gourlay, secretary. 

I. O. O. F., Unity Encampment 
No. 3, J. Lowe, secretary. 

K. of P., Ladysmith Lodge No. 2, 
iS. K. Mottishaw, secretary. 

Ladysmith Football Club, W. G. 
Simpson, secretary. 

Laurel Rebecca Lodge, No. 9, 
LO.O.F., Mrs. James Gourlay, sec- 
retary. 

Liberal Association, David Gour- 
lay, secretary. 

National Slavonic Society, Victor 
Micek, secretary. 

Pythian Sisters, Ladysmith Tem- 
ple No. 5, Mrs. John Harries, secre- 
tary. 

U. A. O. D., Grand Grove of B. C, 
Wm. Rafter, secretary. 

U. A. O. D., Maple Circle No. 1, 
Mrs. J. Armstrong, secretary. 

W. C. T. U., Mrs. John Harris, 
secretary. 

ABBOTSFORD HOTEL, A. J. McMur- 
trie, Proprietor Esplanade. 

Adshead, Jacob, miner, h. Buller. 

Agner, M., miner, h. Baden Powell. 

Agren, O, miner. 

Aguants J., pusher. 

Aitken, D., rockman. 

Aitken, James, runner. 

Aken, James, miner, bds. Ladysmith 
Hotel. 

Akenhead, Wilfred E., (Walters & 
Akenhead.) 

Akola, Kust, miner. 

Alexandra, H., runner. 

Allen, Charles G., miner, h. High Street. 

Allister, Wm., painter, bds. Temperance 
Hotel. 

Allsopp, Bfarry, miner. 

Alsopp, Joseph, miner, h. Third Avenue. 

Allsopp, John, runner, h. Third Avenue. 

Allsopp, Wm. J., miner. 

Almond, Frank, carpenter, bds. Abbots- 
ford Hotel. 

Alt, Dave, miner. 

Alten, Matthew, miner. 

Alten, Nestor, miner. 

Altin, John, miner, h. Gatacre. 



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Alto, A., tracklayer. 

Ames, John, miner. 

Anderson, C., pusher. 

Anderson, John, miner, h. First Avenue. 

Anderson, Miss M., school teacher. 

Anderson, Wm., miner, h. Symond 

Andrews, John, miner, h. Fourth Ave. 

Angell, Wm., miner. 

Antonio, E., pusher. 

Archibald, George, runner. 

Arko, F., runner. 

Arman, S., miner. 

Armanasco, A., miner. 
Armanasco, S., miner. 
Armstrong, Edward, miner, h. Es- 
planade. 
Armstrong, John, miner, Ivs. Esplanade. 

Arvet, Frank, clerk. 

Arvet, Frank W., miner. 
Ashmore, James, miner. 

Ashton, Frank G., music teacher, 
boards at Mrs. Reid's. 

Atkinson, Neil, moulder. 
Auchinvale, Henry, niiner, h. Fourth 
Avenue. 

Auchinvale, Alexander, sampler, 

smelter, h. Baden Powell. 

August, Peter, miner. 

Axelson, Charles, miner, h. White. 

Babba, John, miner, bds. Pretoria 

Hotel. 
Babba, Peter, miner, bds. Pretoria 
Hotel. 

Baby, Frank, Jr., clerk Frank Hotel. 

Baby, Frank, Sr., proprietor Frank 

Hotel. 
Badivous, A., laborer. 

Bagdon, M., driver. 

Bakaala, John, miner. 

Balagno, Joseph, liquors, Roberts, h. 
same. 

Ballas, M., driver. 

Banasky, J., timberman. 

Bararo, John, miner. 

Barbero, T., pusher. 
Barclay, James, miner. 

Barclay, John (Barclay & Conlin). 

Barclay, John, fireman, h. Esplanade. 

Barclay & Conlin (John Barclay and 
John Conlin), proprietors, Port- 
land Hotel. 

Barnes, George H., farmer. 

Barr, George, miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 



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Barr, Robert, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Barr, T., miner. 

Barr, Thomas, student, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Barton, Wm. S., clerk Can. Bank of 

Commerce. 
Bateman, J., miner. 
Bateman, James, driver. 
Bates, Hugh L... miner, h. 1st Avenue. 
Batie, Alexander, miner. 
Batie, John, miner. 
Batie, Thomas, miner. 
Battie, T. 

Batter, John, runner. 
Battington, Frank, engineer, bds. 

Grant Hotel. 
Bauld, W., timberman. 
Baydon, A., runner. 
Baxter, Hugh, miner, h. French. 
Baxter, Thomas, miner, h. Roberts. 
Beattie, A., miner. 
Beauchamp, John, runner. 
Beattie, Wm., miner. 

Belfrey, May, telegraph opr., C. P. R. 
Bell, H., pusher. 

Bell, Robert, miner, h. Buller Street. 
Bellis, John A., miner, Ivs. 2nd Avenue 
Bellamy, Arthur, logger, bds. Jones 

Hotel. 
Belyea, R., pusher. 
Benard, Theo. J., teamster. Union 

Brewery, h. Victoria Road. 
Bennett. John, miner, bds. Abbotsford 

Hotel. 
Berg, Erland, miner. 
Bernardelli, Peter, miner, h. Fourth. 
Berry, Gus, timberman. 
Berto, Benj., miner. 

Berto, Dominic, track layer, h. First. 
Berto, F., spragger. 
Beveridge, Miss H., school teacher, 

bds, Abbotsford Hotel. 
Bickerton, R., driver. 
Bickey, Leon, runner. 
Bickle, John, general store, First. 
Bickle, John, A. T., clerk. 
Bickle, Vera. 
Bickle, Ruby, clerk. 
Bird, Jessie, miner, h. High. 
Birse, Alex., runner, h. First Avenue. 
Black, George, miner. 
Black, James, S., miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 



Blair, Harry, h. White. 

Blair, John A. (Blair & Adam), h. 

Robert. 
Blair, Joseph, miner, h. Baden Powell. 
Blair, Joseph, Jr., logger, h. 1st Avenue 
Blair, Robert, miner, h. 1st Avenue. 
Blair, Wm., miner, bds. New Western 

Hotel. 
Blair & Adam (John A. Blair and 

James Adam), grocers, 1st Avenue 
Blakeley R., miner. 
Blakeley, T., miner. 
Bland, John, J., manager, water works, 

h. White. 
Bobba, J., miner. 
Bodwannacer, G., driver. 
Bodwin, C, miner. 
Bond, Ribert, miner, bds. Abbotsford 

Hotel. 
Bone, Robert, runner. 
Bone, T., miner. 
Bontinen, Eli, miner. 
Borden, George, miner. 
Boro, Joseph, miner, h. 4th Avenue. 
Borri, V., driver. 

Bourn, Austin, miner, h. High Street. 
Bourn, Mrs. F., widow, h. High Street, 
Bourn, Wm., miner, h. High Street. 
Bowater, C, winchman. 
Bowater, H., miner. 
Boyden, Neil, car pusher, bds. 

Abbotsford Hotel. 
Boyosky, J., miner. 
Bozio, S., miner. 
Bradford, John, laborer. 
Bradley, Wm., miner. 
Bramley, George, motorman. 
Bramley, R., pumpman. 
Brenton, John, farmer. 
Bresich, D., driver. 
Brickerton, Wm., carpenter. 
Brizzie, J., pusher. 
Brooksbank, Arthur, accountant. 
Brown, Alex., engineer, smelter, Ivs. 

Esplanade. 
Brown, Alex., Jr., miner, Ivs. Es- 
planade. 
Brown, John H. (Brown & Parker). 
Brown, Louise, Ivs. High St. 
Brown, Thomas, miner, h. 1st Avenue. 
Brown, Wm. S., miner, h. 2nd Avenue. 
Brown & Parker (John H. Brown and 

Wm. M. Parker), confectioners, 

1st Avenue. 
Brunt, Jas., miner. 
Bryan, Theodore, postmaster. 
Bryden, Alexander, mine-overman, h. 

Warren St. 
Bryden, Andrew, manager Extension 

Mines, bds. Abbotsford. 
Bryden, M., laborer. 
Bryden, N., miner. 
Bryden, Robert, master mechanic, h. 

Extension. 



LAKESIDE HOTEL, 

The most noted Fishing Resort in British Columbia. Patronized by H.R.H. Prince Arthur of Connaught 
Stage leaves Tzouhalem Hotel (Duncan) for Cowichan Lake Daily. 



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MANUFACTURED BY NEWTON & GREER CO., LTD., VICTORIA 



Ladysmith 



Ladysmith 135 



Buchine, L., miner. 

Budrenzek, P., pusher. 

Bulky, William, miner. 

BuUick, John, miner. 

Bumbara, George, miner, h. High. 

Burdick, Joseph, miner. 

Burk, P., ropeman. 

Burk, T., laborer. 

Burke, John, miner, h. High Street. 

Burke, Patrick, miner, h. High Street. 

Burke, Thomas, timberman, bds. Ab- 
botsford Hotel. 

Burne, Wm., runner. 

Burns, James, buyer, Simon Leiser & 
Co., Ltd. 

Burns, Tom, miner, h. Baden-Powell. 

Buttler, H., bratticeman. 

Caddy, W., miner. 

Cadwell, John, moulder, bds. New 
Western Hotel. 

Cain, Peter, miner, h. Warren. 

Cairns, John, farmer. 

Calander, Robert, miner. 

Callander, James, constable, h. Baden- 
Powell. 

Caiverly, H., runner. 

Calverley, John, driver. 

Campbell, Alex., miner, bds. Third Ave. 

Campbell, Colin J., contractor, h. First. 

Campbell, Daniel, miner, h. White. 

Campbell, James, miner, lives Third. 

Campbell, John, miner, h. Extension. 

Campbell, John, miner. High Street. 

Campbell, Mrs. M., widow, h. Third. 

Campbell, Thos., miner, h. 1st Avenue. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, 
THE, L. M. DeGEX, MANAGER, 
H. 1ST AVENUE, COR. ROBERTS 

Carle, A., runner. 

Carley, David, M., (Carley & Carley), 
h. 4th, cor. High. 

Carley, S. J. M., (Carley & Carley). 

CARLEY & CARLEY (S. J. M. AND 
DAVID M. CARLEY), PUBLISH- 
ERS CHRONICLE, 1ST AVENUE. 

Carmichael, John, runner. 

Carmichael, Robert W., bds. Abbots- 
ford Hotel. 

Camay, P., runner. 

Carney, Matthew, miner. 

Carr, George, miner. 

Carson, John, farmer. 

Carter, Walter L., confectioner, 1st 
Avenue. 

Cartwright, Joseph, Ladysmith Hotel, 
h. Warren. 

Casorzo, C, miner. 

Cassidy, George, Provincial constable, 
h. Symonds, cor. 2nd. 

Cattarini, D., miner. 

Cavin, George H., boots and shoes, 
1st Avenue. 




Cavin, Guy H., salesman. 

Cecil Hotel, Hill & Sanderson, pro- 
prietors. 

Celle, John, miner, h. High Street. 

Celle, Joseph, miner, h. High Street. 

Celle, Mike, miner, h. High Street. 

Celle, P., runner. 

Celle, Victor, butcher, h. High Street. 

Chapman, R., bottomer. 

Chapman, Wm., pusher. 

Charlier, L., miner. 

Charlier, Mike, miner. 

Chong Kee, laundry, 5th Avenue. 

Christian, William, miner, bds. Lady- 
smith Hotel. 

Christie, James, driver, h. Esplanade. 

Christie, Mrs. A. S., Esplanade, cor. 
High. 

Churchill, Mark, miner. 

City Clerk, John Stewart. 

City Hall and Fire Hall, Robert Street, 
cor. 2nd Avenue. 

Clark, Geo. W., principal High School. 

Clarke, T., driver. 

Clay, Bertha, clerk, Simon Leiser & 
Co., Ltd. 

Clay, Ernest, teamster, h. High 

Clay, Ethel, assistant, post office. 

Cloke, Andrew, runner. 

Cloke, Charles E., miner. 

Cloke, John, miner. 

Cloke, Samuel, miner. 

Comley, E. D., carpenter, h. Baden 
Powell. 

Code, A., runner. 

Coleman, A., miner. 

Coleman, John, miner, bds. New 
Western Hotel. 

Coley, Thomas, miner, h. 5th Avenue. 

Colombine, L., miner. 

Columbia Hotel, Clement Tebo, pro- 
prietor, 1st Avenue. 

Conlin, James, miner, h. French 

Conlin, John (Barclay & Conlin), h. 

French Street. 
Constable, — Jas. Callander. 

Conti, J., tracklayer, h. Symons. 

Contl, Peter. 

Conway, C. D., customs officer. 

Conway, Thomas D., collector of 
customs, h. 1st Avenue, cor. War- 
ren. 



QUAMIGHAN HOTEL l":::;"^::^:^} Duncan, B.C. 

strictly First Class. Excellent Fishing and Hunting on Somenos Lake. F. GONRUYT, Proprietor 



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Ladysmith 



BEACON HILL PARK, V ICTORIA. 

The Home School For Boys 
Principal - J. W. CHURCH, M.A. 



Conway, Thomas, miner, h. Fourth. 

Cook, A., runner. 

Cook, F., miner. 

Cope, F., motorman. 

Cope, F., spragger. 

Cope, Wm., miner, h. Esplanade. 

Copeland, David, miner, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 

Cork, George, eng-ineer, Mclntyre's 
foundry. 

Cornish, C, miner. 

Corsini, Fred., miner, h. Kitchener 

Cosier, Wm., fireman. 

Cossier, Robt., miner, h. 4th Avenue. 

Coulan, James, miner. 

Coulan, John, miner. 

Coulter, H., miner. 

Cowan, D., pusher. 

C. P. R. telegraphs, Miss May Bel- 
frey, operator. 

Craig, John, runner. 

Cree, Henry, runner. 

Critchley, Horace, miner, h. First. 

Critchley, Seth, miner. 

Cristian, R., laborer. 

Crocker, Frances, waitress, New 
Western Hotel. 

Crook, H., docker. 

Crossan, Alexander, Jr., miner. 

Crossan, Alexander, Sr., miner. 

Crossan, James S., clerk. 

Crossan, James, runner. 

Croston, Elizabeth, widow. 

Croven, James, miner. 

Cudron, D., miner. 

Currie, James, miner. 

Curry, John, miner, h. White. 

Custerson, H., miner. 

Dail, Oscar, miner, bds. Queen's Hotel. 

Davidson, David, miner, h. Second. 

Davidson, George, helper. 

Davidson, John, h. Baden Powell. 

Davidson, John, clerk. 

Davidson, John, miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Davidson, Wm., driver. 

Davies, George, minor, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 

Davies, John, miner, bds, Temperance 
Hotel. 

Davis, D. T., farmer. 

Davis, G., miner. 

Davis, James W., farmer. 

Davis, John W., miner, h. 2nd Avenue. 

Davis, Joseph, farmer. 



Daye, Oscar, miner, h. 5th Avenue. 

Decanik, F., spragger. 

Decker, L., smelterman. 

Decker, May, Mrs., boarding, First. 

Decker, Stephen, furnace man, h. 1st 

Deconito, P. 

Deeming, James, miner, h. Symond 

De Frane, Louis, miner. 

Defriend, F., bottomer. 

De Gex, Leonard M., manager Cana- 
dian Bank of Commerce, h. White. 

Delcourt, Camille, teamster. 

Delcourt, M., miner. 
Delcourt, Oral, miner. 

Delcourt, Victor, miner. 

Dianovich, E., runner. 

Dickie, James, miner, h. White. 
Dier, Roy B., dentist, Gatacre. 

Dixon, F., laborer. 

Dixon, Samuel, miner, bds. Ladysmith 
Hotel. 

Dobbs, O., laborer. 

Dodds, Thomas, miner, bds. New 
Western Hotel. 

Doherty, F., miner. 

Doherty, John, miner. 
Doherty, Thomas, miner, h. High 
Donald, Isaac, miner, h. High Street. 
Donaldson, Wm., miner, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 
Donaldson, W. H., manager Lady- 
smith Shingle Mill. 
Doole, John, farmer. 
Douglas, Jeanne, milliner, Simon Lel- 

ser & Co., Ltd. 
Douglas, William, miner, bds. Lady- 
smith Hotel. 
Dragel, J., driver. 
Drape, H., pusher. 
Dublnsky, A., miner. 
Duko, M., tracklayer. 
Dumont, Felix, miner. 
Dumont, Guss, miner, h. 2nd Avenue. 
Duncan, George A., compositor, Chron- 
icle. 
Duncan, James, tailor. 
Dunn, Edward. 
Dunn, Thomas, driver. 
Dunn, Wm., driver. 
Dunse, Alex., miner, h. 4th Avenue. 
Dunse, Archibald, miner. 
Dunsmuir, John, fireman. 
Dunsmuir, M., miner. 
Dunwoody, Wm., runner. 
Duresen, George, runner. 
Dushan, Felix, miner. 
Dyer, Alphonse, miner, h. 1st Avenue 
Dyer, H., driver. 

E. & N. Station, G. Hllller, agent. 
Earl, W. B., foreman foundry, h. 

High. 
Easton, Andrew, miner. 



ARLINGTON HOTEL l^ 

' A 



Resort for Tourists, Hunters and 
-Fishermen.- 



Government Telegraph and Po»t Office 
Station Located Here. 



Accommodation and Cuisine Unsurpassed. 

ARLINGTON P. 0., VANCOUVER ISLAND 



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VANCOUVER, 
B. C. 



Headquarters for Watches and Watch Repairing. Write to us about it. 



Ladysmith 



Ladysmith 137 



Easton, J., driver. 

Easton, J. R., watchmaker. 

Easton, Wm., driver. 

Edwards, R., laborer. 

Elliott, George, farmer. 

Elliott, R., runner. 

Ellis, H., miner. 

Ellis, Wm., eng-. hoist. 

Endozze, L., miner. 

Eno, John, miner, h. Methuen. 

Eovi, A., miner. 

Eskins, J., dairyman. 

Evans, Ben., lampcleaner. 

Evans, Wm. G., runner, h. Market 
Square, 

Ewart, John, farmer. 

Extension Hotel, John D. Giovando, 
proprietor. 

Fagan, H., driver. 

Fagan, Daniel, miner, h. Kitchener. 

Fagan, Frank, miner. 

Fagan, Gerald, miner, bds. New West- 
ern Hotel. 

Fagan, J., runner. 

Fagan, Michael, wiper. 

Fagan, Patrick S., wharfinger. 

Fagan, T., runner. 

Fairhurst, Stephen, machinist, h. 5th 

Falchi, C, pusher. 

Fanshoff, A., runner. 

Farron, Edward, laborer. 

Ferguson, Archie, miner, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 

Ferguson, George, miner. 

Ferguson, James, miner. 

Ferguson, Malcolm, miner, bds. Grand 
Hotel. 

Ferlon, A., miner. 

Ferron, T., miner. 

Ferrero, A., conductor. 

Ferrero, John, motorman. 

Ferroro, L., miner, h. 4th Avenue. 

Fielding, Frederick, miner. 

Fielding, Joseph, Jr., driver 

Fielding, Joseph, Sr., engineer. 

Flngeross, Bertha, waitress. 

Fire Chief, Jos. E. Smith. 

Fisher, L., drum-man. 

Fisher, Samuel, clerk. 

Forrest, Frank, miner. 

Foulkes, N. M., clerk Canadian Bank 
of Commerce. 

Fork, A., miner. 

Forrister, William, farmer. 

Forsyth, John, miner, Ivs. Esplanade. 

Forsyth, Wm., miner, h. Esplanade. 

Foster, John, miner. 

Frame, James, miner, bds. Temperance 
Hotel. 

France, L., miner. 

Francis, David, miner, h. High Street. 



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JAS. R. McKINNELL, PROP. 

N A N A I M O, B.C. 

Francis, Wm., driver. 

Francisshine, L., driver. 

Fraser, A., timberman. 

Fraser, James, miner, h. 2nd Avenue. 

Fraser, William G., tailor, 1st Avenue. 

Fronland, Peter, car inspector. 

Frost, Anson C, physician, h. 3rd 

Freloni, J., miner. 

Frencouer, Albert, bartender. 

Frere, Aime, miner, h. 4th Avenue. 

Frew, James, miner. 

Fulton, Hugh, miner, bds. Temperance 

Hotel. 
Frieunland, Peter, car repairer. 
Friezle, J., driver. 
Gaffney, Patrick, miner, h. Gatacre. 
Gaiski, J., pusher. 
Galaso, Dominique, miner. 
Galloway, Robert, miner, bds. New 

Western Hotel. 
Galloway, Jas., miner, bds. Abbotsford 

Hotel. 
Gardner, Russell H., grocer, 1st 
Gardner, Frank R., clerk. 
Garfrey, Charles, miner. 
Garvas, Mary, waitress. 
Geanni, M., pusher. 
Gear, Robert, grocer. 1st Avenue, h. 

3rd Avenue. 
Genetti, C, miner. 

Genoni, Vincent, watchmaker, 1st 
Giacomo, John, miner. 
Giacomo, L., miner. 

Gibbons, Walter, miner, h. Methuen. 
Gibson, Annie (widow), h. French. 
Gibson, R., real estate, 1st Ave. 
Gibson, Wm., miner. 
Gifford, Sidney J., livery, 1st Avenue, 

h. 3rd Avenue. 
Gimmell, Thomas, miner, h. Roberts. 
Gilchrist, James, miner. 
Gilchrist, William, Are boss, h. 4th 



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138 Ladysmith 



Ladysmith 



THE GREAT WEST 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIN W. JONES, 
Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phone 282. ROOM 12, METROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B. C. 



Gill, A., docker. 

Gill, Herbert, docker. 

Gill, J., runner. 

Gill, T., runner. 

Gill Samuel, miner. 

Gillespie, George, clerk, Ivs. Kitchener. 

Gillespie, John C, weigher, h. Kit- 
chener. 

Gillespie, John, miner, Ivs. Kitchener. 

Gillespie, Lizzie, tailoress, Ivs. Kit- 
chener. 

Gilman, John, barber, 1st Avenue. 

Gilson, J., driver. 

Gilson, Mathew, driver. 

Gilson, Wm., miner, h. 2nd Avenue. 

Grand Hotel, Roberts. 

Grovando, John D., Proprietor Exten- 
sion Hotel, Ladysmith. 

Girules, J., pusher. 

GISBORNE, HARTLEY, M. CAN SOC. 
C. E., M. I. E. E., ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEER, RES. YOXALL 

LODGE. 

(See corner cards.) 

Glainola, Kust, miner. 

Glemola, Kalte, miner. 

Glenn, James, miner. 

Godfrey, C, miner. 

Gogo, J., tracklayer. 

Golobar, A., miner. 

Gollay, Wm., miner, h. Second Avenue. 

Goosens, A., miner. 

Gordon, David J., miner, h. Third Ave. 

Gordon, Joseph, miner. 

Gordon, G., driver. 

Gordon, Robt., miner, h. Third Avenue. 

Gordon, S., bottomer. 

Gordon, T., drum-man. 

Gordon, Thomas, smelterman, h. High. 

Gordon, Thomas R. S., miner. 

Gorneck, M., driver. 

Goskey, Henry, miner. 

Gould, Isaac, general store. Esplanade 
corner BuUer. 

Gourlay, D., miner, h. White. 

Gourlay, David, clerk, Simon Leiser & 
Co., Ltd. 

Gourlay, James, vvreightman, h. White. 

Gourlay, Nellie, clerk, h. Kay. 

Gow, Chas., carpenter. 

Graglia, F., miner. 

Graglia, J., miner. 



Graham, Charles, engineer. 

Graham, Sidney, miner, bds. Abbotts- 
ford Hotel. 

Grainger, Joseph, miner, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 

Greaves, Robert, clerk, h. Roberts. 

Greaves, Frederick, miner, h. Roberts. 

Greaves, Fred, driver City Meat Mar- 
ket. 

Gregson, Robert, miner, h. Fourth Ave. 

Green, John, miner. 

Greenway, Jas., driver. ' 

Greenway, S., miner. 

Greenwell, A., driver. 

Greenwell, John, miner. 

Greenwell, T., driver. 

Grosso, C, miner. 

Groubel, Louis, farmer. 

Guichero, Mrs., boarding First Avenue. 

Gunwell, C, laborer. 

Haapala, M., driver. 

Haggerty, T., carpenter. 

Haigh, John, laborer. 

Hailstone, Andrew, miner, bds. New 
Western Hotel. 

Hallam, Bert, blacksmith, bds. Grand 
Hotel. 

Haltony, A., miner. 

Hamilton, Jas., car pusher, bds. Ab- 
botsford Hotel. 

Hamilton, John, runner. 

Hamilton, R., miner. 

Hamilton, Thos., miner, bds. Abbots- 
ford Hotel. 

Hammond, A., runner. 

Hampson, Francis, miner. 

Hampson, Wm., miner. 

Harness, John, miner. 

Harper, A., miner. 

Harris, J., timberman, h. High. 

HARRISON, VICTOR B., BARRISTER 
AND SOLICITOR, NOTARY PUB- 
LIC, ETC., FIRST AVENUE:. 

Harrup, Ralph, clerk, Simon Leiser & 
Co., Ltd. 

Hart, Richard, miner. 

Hartley, Cyril, car pusher, bds. Abbots- 
ford Hotel. 

Haverfleld, B. T., farmer. 

Hawes, F., Assay Assistant Smelter. 

Hawes, F. W., wharfinger, h. Methuen. 

Hawley & Gifford, express. 

Haworth, George, miner, h. Roberts. 

Haworth, James, butcher, h. Roberts. 

Haworth, Wm., miner, h. Roberts. 

Hazevis, L., miner. 

Heappale, John, miner. 

Heath, Rev. R. A., Rector Church of 
England, St. John's, Third Avenue. 

Heckerbrand, F., spragger. 

Hellier, M. H., clerk E. & N. Rv. 



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ESTABLISHED 1862 



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HEMANS J. & CO. (J. Hemans and A. 
E. MAINWARING) MEATS, 1ST. 
AVE., PHONE 70. 

(See foot lines) 
Hepple, George (Smith & Hepple). 
Herlinvaux, H., miner. 
Hewlett, C. H., conductor, h. White. 
Hewlett, Harold P., clerk, h. White. 
Hicks, A., miner. 
Hickerbran, James, miner. 
Hilbert, W., 'miner. 
Hill, A., miner. 

Hill, Gus, general merchandise. Fifth. 
Hill, James (Hill and Sanderson). 
Hill, Minnie, clerk, iSimon Leiser & 

Co., Ltd. 
Hill, Mrs. Bertha, h. Third Avenue. 
Hill, Norah, teacher Public School. 
Hill, W., pusher. 
Hill and Sanderson (James Hill and 

Jos. Sanderson), props. Cecil Hotel. 
Hillier, G., Agent E. & N. Ry. 
HINDMARCH, ROBERT R., EDITOR, 

LADYSMITH STANDARD. 
Hiquebsen, Mary (widow), h. Fifth. 
Hofren, Eli, miner. 
Hoggan, George, driver. 
Hooper, William, confectioner. First. 
Hop Lee & Co., groceries and bakery. 

Esplanade. 
Hop Long, merchandise. 
Hoski, A., miner. 
Hosko, J., miner. 
Hough, James, miner. 
Hover, Thomas, miner, h. Fifth Avenue. 
Ho'way, A. E., foreman Smelter, bds. 

Grand Hotel. 
Howe, A., meats, Roberts. 
Howells, John, runner. 
Hubbard, M., electrician. 
Hughes, Edith, bookkeeper, Blair & 

Adam. 
Hughes, Geo., car pusher, lads. Abbots- 
ford Hotel. 
Hughes, Henry, stationery, First Ave. 
Hughes, James, clerk, ;Simon Leiser & 

Co., Ltd. 
Hughes, T., driver. 
Huhtala, A., runner. 
Hulme, John, miner. 
Hunter, D. McD., Principal Public 

School. 
Hunter, M., motorman. 
Hunter, R., machinist, h. First Avenue. 
Hunter, R., carpenter. 
Hunter, Thomas, miner. 
Hunter, Mrs. W. P. (widow). 
Hutchison, Archibald. 
Hutchison, Miss H., teacher Public 

School. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

^= JAPANESE FANCY GOODS = 

1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 

Hutchinson, James, miner, h. second. 

Hynd, D., miner. 

Ingham, F., bratticeman. 

Ingham, James, miner, h. First Avenue. 

Ingham, L., engineer hoist. 

Ingham, Lottie, bookkeeper, Simon 
Leiser & Co., Ltd. 

Inkster, Gilbert, miner, h. French St. 

Irving, David, miner, h. Symonds. 

Irving, John, farmer. 

Irwin, Fred A., clerk. 

Irwin, Frederick, miner. 

Isbister, Jno., tracklayer. 

Ivey, James, runner. 

Ivey, John, miner. 

Ivey, Richard, miner. 

Jackson, Barbara, waitress, Abbotsford 
Hotel. 

Jackson, George, driver. 

Jacobson, Gunnar, miner. 

Jackson, H., timberman. 

Jackson, Thomas R., fireman, .h. Ro- 
berts. 

Jackson, William, miner, h. White. 

Jacobson, G., laborer. 

James, A., miner. 

James, F. H., miner. 

James, Frederick W., miner, h. Second. 

James, Wm., miner, h. Fourth Avenue. 

Jenner, Alfred, machinist, bds. Abbots- 
ford. 

Jennings, John, runner, h. First Ave. 

Jessup, G., h. Third Ave. 

Jessups, R. G., drug store, High Street. 

Johnson, David T., billiards. First Ave. 

Johnson, J. H., miner, h. Symonds St. 

Johnston, James M., miner, h. High. 

Johnston, Robert, miner. 

Jollief, Richard, miner. 

Jolly, W., miner. 

Jones, Albert H., butcher, h. French 

Jones, David W., hotel clerk. 



Pacific Sheet Metal Works 

Office and Works : 931 VIEW STREET, VICTORIA, B. G. 

^P H O N E 1 7 7 2 ^^ 



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PHONES 88 & 1761 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



THE WINDSOR, Nanaimo, B. C. 

Joseph fox, - Proprietor — 

Headquarters for Commercial Men. Well Lighted Sample Rooms 



140 Ladysmith 



Ladysmith 



TRAVELLING MAN OR TOURIST 

IF TOU WANT A 

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Jones, Edward H., grocery clerk, h. 
1st Avenue. 

Jones, James, miner, h. Symonds. 

Jones, John H., miner, h. Symonds. 

Jones, John J., miner, h. Esplanade. 

Jones, John N., miner, h. High. 

Jones, Joseph, miner. 

Jones, Lodwicli, hotel, Gatacre. 

Jones, Mrs. Jane (widow), French. 

Jones, Morgan, miner, h. High Street. 

Jones, Robt., car pusher, bds. Abbots- 
ford Hotel. 

Jones, Robt., miner, h. 1st Avenue. 

Jones, Sam., h. Warren. 

Jones, Sam. J., smelter, h. French. 

Jones, Thomas X., grocer, Gatacre. 

Jones, Walter, hotel clerk. 

Jones, Wm., miner, h. Symond Street. 
■ Jones William, Foreman, h. 1st Avenue. 

Jones, Wm. H., miner, h. French. 

Jones, Wm. Stanley, plumber, Roel- 
ston's, h. French Street. 

Jordan, Wm. D., engineer, h. 4th Ave. 

Jurvie, C, miner. 

Jurvie, Wm., miner, h. 5th Avenue. 

Kallio, Gus., miner, h. -Ist Avenue. 

Karpala, S., runner. 

Kaski, Henry, miner. 

Kassek, P., drum-man. 

Kay, Harry, painter, 1st Avenue. 

Kenyon, Stephen, farmer. 

Kerr, Archibald B., retired, Kitchener. 

Kerr, David, miner, h. Kitchener. 

Kerr, James, driver. 

Kerr, James, miner. Kitchener, corner 
1st. 

Kerr John, miner, h. Baden-Powell. 

Kerr, M., miner. 

Kerr, Thomas, miner, h. White. 

Kerr, Wm., timberman, h. Esplanade. 

Keserich, George, miner. 

Keserich, N., miner. 

Keserich, William, miner, 

Kerzou, Wm., runner. 

Kilpelainen, Heiki, carpenter. 

Kimberly Mill. 

King's Hotel, Jos. Tassin, proprietor. 

Kitto, Geoffrey B., assistant smelter, 
h. 1st Avenue and Warren. 

Klemola, Gus., miner. 

Knight, J. Ashley, .stationer, First Ave. 

Koler, Phillip, miner. 



Koli, John, miner. 

Koli, T., miner. 

Koski, Ardhi, miner. 

Kula, A., pusher. 

Kula, D., driver. 

Kula, G., pusher. 

Kula, J., driver. 

Kula, M., driver. 

Kuretich, F., runner. 

LADYSMITH CHRONICLE, 

Carley & Carley, Publishers. 
Ladysmith Hardware Co., Ltd., The, 

High Street. 
Ladysmith Hotel, Joseph Cartwright, 

proprietor, 1st Avenue. 
LADYSMITH LUMBER CO., LTD., 
(H. O., NANAIMO), G. R. V/IL- 
SON, Local Manager. 
(See page 24.) 
LADYSMITH STANDARD, 

Robt. R. Hindmarch, Editor, First 
Avenue. 
Lamansky, Joe, miner. 
Lampina, Emll, miner. 
Lampy, E., miner. 
Langmaid, T., runner. 
Langton, Guy, bookkeeper, h. White. 
Lapatich, J., miner. 
Lapsansky, Joseph, miner, h. Esplan- 
ade. 
Lapansky, L., miner. 
Larrigan, John, driver. 
Larsa, A., timberman. 
Laskovich, J., miner. 
Lauderbach, Samuel, miner, h. Esplan- 
ade. 
Lauderbach, Victor, fireman. 
Lavold, L., driver. 
Lawson, Robert, driver. 
Lawson, Samuel, miner, French Street. 
Leahy, Edward, miner, h. First Ave. 
Leahy, T., miner. 

Lee, Harry, smelterman, h. White. 
Lee Hop, bakery. 
Le Grand, H. T., miner. 
LEISER, SIMON & CO., LTD., 

General Merchandise, Gatacre. 
Leonard, Charles, miner, h. 1st Avenue, 
Leone, B., driver. 
Lepas, Frank, miner, bds. Queen's 

Hotel. 
Lepas, Leopold, proprietor Queen's 

Hotel. 
Levia, A., pusher. 
Lewis, D., runner. 
Lewis, J., brakeman. 
Lewis, John, driver, h. Esplanade. 
Lewis, Joseph W., powder monkey. 
Lewis, Joseph W., timberman, h. Third. 
Lewis, Julia, apprentice, Simon Leiser 
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Lewis, Matthew, miner. 

Lewis. Tliomas G., barber, 1st Avenue. 

Liptak, Wm., miner. 

Little, John, miner, h. White. 

Livingston, Carroll, assistant chemist, 
smelter. 

Lockner, Alfred, fireman, bds. Grand 
Hotel. 

Lockner, Jonas, conductor. 

Lokanchie, T., pusher. 

Lonche, Peter J., miner. 

Lenon, William, miner. 

Lowdon, Robert, driver. 

Lowery, John, runner, h. Esplanade. 

Lonow, Wm., eng. hoist, h. Roberts. 

Louman, J., miner. 

Louman, L., miner. 

Lovendlni, S., miner. 

Lukey, John. 

Lynam, Michael, miner, h. Market. 

Lynn, Matthew, miner, H. Methuen. 

McAllister, D., pusher. 

McAllister, John B., drum-man, h. 3rd. 

McAllister, J., driver. 

McArty, George, miner. 

McAskill, Kenneth, assistant manager 
wa*.or works, h. 3rd Avenue. 

McCallum, Mrs. (widow). 

McCane, Howard, miner. 

McCane, James, miner. 

McCai>e, Samuel, miner. 

McCarthy, James, carpenter. 

McCaskill, Kenneth. 

McCulloch, James A., miner, bds. Tem- 
perance Hotel. 

McCulloch, John, miner. 

McCulloch, William, miner. 

McDonald, Charles, bds. New Western 
Hotel. 

McDonald, J., carpenter, smelter, h. 
High. 

McDonald, Lockie, miner, bds. Pre- 
toria Hotel. 

McGarrigh, G., driver. 

McGarrigle, Henry, logger. 

McGarrigle, Thomas, teamster, h. 
High Street. 

McGregor, Charles, miner, h. Es- 
planade. 

McGumpsey, D., driver. 

McGumpsey, J., driver. 

McHendrick, John, miner. 

Mclntyre, Alex (Mclntyre's foundry), 
bds. Abbotsford Hotel. 

Mclntyre Foundry Co., Ltd., T. P. 
Mclntyre, president and managing 
director. 

Mclntyre, S. P. (Mclntyre Foundry), 
bds. Abbotsford Hotel. 

Mclntyre, T. P., president Mclntyre 
Foundry Co., Ltd., Ivs. Abbotsford 
Hotel. 



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Western Coast Cash Registers. 
513 HAMILTON ST. - VANCOUVER, B. C. 

McKane, James, driver. 

McKane, M., driver. 

McKay, George, miner, ivs. 1st 

Avenue. 
McKay, James P., locomotive engineer, 

h. French Street. 
McKAY, JOHN D., AERATED 

WATER, 1st Avenue. 
McKay, R., runner. 
McKelvie, Alex., blacksmith, smelter. 
McKelvie, Archibald J. (McKelvie 

Bros.), h. 1st Avenue. 
McKelvie Bros. (Archibald J. and 

Bruce), variety store, 1st Avenue. 
McKelvie, Bruce (McKelvie Bros.), h. 

1st Avenue. 
McKendrick, John, miner. 
McKennelley, M., carpenter, smelter. 
McKenzie, Alex., foreman. 
McKenzie, John, miner, h. 4th Avenue. 
McKenzie, Peter, miner, h. Fourth Ave. 
McKenzie, Hugh W., foreman. 
McKinlay, James, miner, h. Symons. 
McKinlay, John, miner, h. Symons. 
McKinnell, David, fireman, h. 3rd and 

Warren. 
McKinnell, James, miner, h. Warren 

and 3rd. 
McKinnell, James, stove manufacturer. 
McKinnon, A., timberman. 
McKinnon, A. N., miner, h. First Ave. 
McKinnon, Arch., miner, h. Buller. 

cor. 2nd Avenue. 
McLachlan, A., miner. 
McLay, R., carpenter, smelter. 
McLean, Donald, miner. 
McLean, William F., gardener. 
McLeod, John, ropeman, h. High. 
McLellan, A., miner. 
McLellan, John, engineer. 
McLellan, John, washer. 
McLellan, W., miner. 
McLennan, H., carpenter. 



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McLennon, R., bottomer. 
McMartin, T. A., teacher public school. 
McMillan, Charles, miner, Ivs. Warren. 
McMillan, Rev. James, pastor Knox 

church (Presbyterian), High, cor. 

3rd. 
McMillan, Peter, fireman, h. 1st Ave. 
McMillan, Peter, miner, h. Warren 

Street. 
McMillan, Robert, miner, h. 4th Ave. 
McMillan, Thomas, miner, Ivs. Warren. 
McMurtrie, A. J., proprietor Abbots - 

ford Hotel. 
McMurtrie, John, miner, h. 1st Avenue. 
McNeil, R., laborer. 
McNeil, S., spragger. 
McNiven, William, farmer. 
McPherson, A., pusher. 
McRae, Daniel, S., w^eighman, h. 

French. 
Mabuis, Jeannette, teacher. 
Maguire, Robt., clerk, Abbotsford 

Hotel. 
Mahle, Alfred, proprietor New Western 

Hotel. 
Mahaffy, B., driver. 

Mahaffey, John, miner, h. High Street. 
Mahaffey, John E., miner, h. High St. 
Maine, D., laborer. 
Mains, Charles, butcher, employee J. 

Hemans & Co. 
Maki, John, miner. 
Maki, Nik, nniner. 
Maki, Samuel, miner, h. Robert 
Maki, v., miner. 
Mala, George, tracklayer. 
Mala, Michael, runner. 
Malish, M., pusher. 
Malone, J., miner. 

Malone, Patrick, miner, h. 1st Avenue. 
Malpass, Fred., laborer. 
Malpass, James, miner. 
Malpose, Joseph, miner, bds. New 

Western Hotel. 
Malpass, Wm., laborer. 
Manco, J., pusher. 
Manco, N., driver. 
Manghene, B., runner. 
Manghini, Joseph, minor, h. 4th Ave. 
Mannus, A., miner. 
Mannus, H., miner. 
Mannus, John, miner. 
Mannus, Mat, timberman. 



Manuell, John J., miner. 

Manwell, J., miner. 

Marshall, David, miner. 

Marshall, F., ropeman. 

Marshall, James, miner, h. 2nd Avenue. 

Marshall, Richard, farmer 

Marshall, Richard R., section foreman 

E. & N. Railway. 
Marshall, Robert, miner, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 
Marshall, Wm. Stone, chemist and 

assayer, smelter. 
Mar Sam Sing, grocer, 
Martela, Matthew, miner. 
Martela, Mike, miner. 
Martla, Robert, miner. 
Masanen, T., tracklayer. 
Masset, Oscar, miner. 
Master, John, pusher, h. High. 
Matela, Robert, miner. 
Matherson, Daniel J., tailor, 1st Ave. 
Matheson, Murdock, carpenter h 

Esplanade. 
Mathieson, H. P. R., farmer 
Matson, A., miner. 
Matson, C, driver. 
Matson, Gus, miner, h. 5th Avenue. 
Mattishaw, O., pusher. 
May, F., driver. 
Mayovsky, P., general merchandise, 

4th Avenue. 
Mayosky, G., miner. 
Mayosky, Joseph, miner, h. Buller 
Mayosky, M., miner. 

Mayrosky, George, miner, h. Buller St 
Meadinore, S., laborer. 
Meale, Arthur J., watchman, h. White 
Mebius, Miss J., teacher public school! 
Meek, Joseph, miner. 
Mehalit, Mike, miner, h. 4th Avenue' 
Meise, L., miner. 
Melzer, S., miner. 

Menghlni, John, miner, h. 2nd Avenue. 
Mercer, Hugh, Miner, h. Baden-Powell. 
Mercer, R., miner. 

Meredith, Albert, miner, bds. Lady- 
smith Hotel. 
Meruse, Stephen, miner. 
Meterer, Michael, miner, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 
Methodist Church, Rev. Robt. Wilkin- 
son, pastor. 
Metral, Chas., miner. 
Metro, George, driver. 
Metro, M., driver. 
Metro, T., driver. 
Metzer, Robert, driver. 
Michael, Edward D., farmer. 
Micheaux, D., miner, 
Micheux, Louis, miner, h. 5th Avenue. 
Michel, miner, h. 5th Avenue. 
Michie, Alex., engineer. 



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Michie, Alexander, clerk, Blair and 
Adam. 

Michie, H., driver. 

Michie, Henry, miner, h. 4th Avenue. 

Michie, John, electrical engineer. 

Michie, John, miner, h. Roberts. 

Mickie, Alexander, teamster. 

Michek, S., bottomer. 

Michek, Victor, miner, h. High. 

Mickik, J., driver. 

Mlcola, Matthew, miner. 

Miles, John, miner. 

Miles, R., carpenter. 

Millar, James, laborer. 

Millard, J., repairer. 

Miller, A., miner. 

Miller, Andrew, student, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Miller, Bert., miner, bds. Ladysmith 
Hotel. 

Miller, James, miner. 

Miller, M., miner. 

Miller, O.. driver. 

Mitchell, Harry, miner, bds. Grand 
Hotel. 

MofEatt, A., laborer. 

Molyneux, Jas., miner, bds. Abbotsford 
Hotel. 

Moore, Wm., runner. 

Moore, William E., barber, 1st Avenue. 

Moran, Patrick, miner, bds. Pretoria 
Hotel. 

Mordishaw, Samuel, fire boss, h. 
French. 

Morgan, E., driver. 

Morgan, John, bds. New Western 
Hotel. 

Morgan, Richard, miner. 

Morgan, Thomas C, engineer. 

Morrell, Victor, miner, bds. Jones 
Hotel. 

Morrello, C, miner. 

Morris, David, miner, h. French Street. 

Morris, David R., miner, h. Esplanade. 

Morris, W. F., moulder. 

Morrison, Charles, miner. 

Morrison, Daniel, miner. 

Morrison, N. A., painter. 

Morrison, Peter, Jr., miner. 

Morrison, Peter, Sr., miner. 

Morrison, William B., general mer- 
chandise, 1st Avenue. 

Mortimer, Charles, miner. 

Mortimer, Edwin A., runner, h. 1st Ave. 

Morton, G., carpenter, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Mottishaw, Samuel, miner, h. French. 

Mowatt, J., pusher. 

Muir, G., runner. 

Muir, John, fireman, h. White. 

MuIr, John, butcher, employee J. He- 
mans & Co. 

Mulholland, Jane (widow). 

Mulholland, Lorison, miner, h. White. 



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Murray, Michael, miner, bds. Pretoria 

Hotel. 
Murzlo. J. 
Myles, John, miner. 
Myraoffer, F., miner. 
Myraoffer, J., miner. 
Nash, Geo., tracklayer. 
Nash, Isaac, miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 
Nelson, James, miner, h. 2nd Avenue. 
New Western Hotel, Alfred Mahle, 

proprietor, 1st Avenue. 
Nichol, Richard, miner, bds. Jones 

Hotel. 
Nicholson, Daniel, manager Opera 

House. 
Nicholson, Donald, contractor and 

Mayor of Ladysmith. 
Nicholson, John, miner, h. 1st Avenue. 
Nicklin, Carrie. 
Nicolaye, Rev. J., pastor St. Mary's 

R. C. Church. 
Nimmo, A., driver. 

Nimmo, Erskine, miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 
Nimmo, James, miner, h. French St. 
Nimmo, James, miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 
Nimmo, James, Jr., miner, h. 3rd 

Avenue. 
Noon, Patrick, miner. 
Noot, Percival G., jeweler. 
Norpack, A., runner. 
Nowles, E. G., farmer. 
Noye, Thomas, miner. 
Noye, Wm. J., miner, h. Methuen. 
O'Brian, John, logger, bds. Jones Hoteh 
O'Brien, Martin, carpenter, bds. Lady- 
smith Hotel. 
O'Connell, D., conductor. 
O'Connell, John, miner. 
O'Connell, Michael, clerk, Simon Leiser 

& Co., Ltd. 
O'Connell, Thomas, night watchman. 
Ondyox, J., miner. 



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728 Yates St. Telephone 643 

Opera House, Daniel Nicholson, man- 
ager. 

Ord, Edward, runner. 

Orell, A., miner. 

Orr, Alex., miner, h. Warren. 

Ottlwell, Thomas, runner. 

Oxelson, C, miner. 

Oxley, Frank, miner. 

Oyer, G. D., dyer, 4th Avenue. 

Pace, Wm., runner. 

Page, David, farmer. 

Palmer, Z., miner. 

Pannell, Edwin G., meats, Gatacre. 

Pappovich, Metan, runner. 

Paris, Joe., miner. 

Parker, William M. (Brown & Parker). 

Parkin, Thompson, runner. 

Parrot, James E., miner. 

Parsons, Albert, miner. 

Patla, P., miner. 

Patray, A., runner. 

Patrick, R., motorman. 

Patterson, David, miner, h. Baden- 
Powell. 

Patterson, James, laborer. 

Patterson, James, miner. 

Patterson, Mrs. M., h. High Street. 

Pauljack, John, miner. 

Pavon, S., pusher. 

Pechetti, S., miner. 

Peeber. W. H., pool room. 

Peele, Thomas, miner. 

Pelech, J., driver. 

Pelta, John, Mrs. 

Perry, Gus, miner. 

Perry, J., miner. 

Peterson, Charles, h. First Ave. 

Peterson, George, furniture, 1st Ave. 

Peterson, H., miner. 

Phalen, Ed., miner, bds. Pretoria 
Hotel. 

Pierrard, John, miner. 

Pilot Hotel, J. R. Thomas, proprietor, 
Buller, cor. 6th. 

Pittano, A., miner. 

Pogorly, J., bowling alley, Buller St. 

Pollard, Henry, miner. 

Pollock, Alexander, pusher. 

Pollock, George, driver. 

Pollock, John, driver. 

Pollock, Robert, miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Pollock, Wm., driver. 



Pool, Alexander, miner. 

Poppovich, George, miner, h. 4th 

Avenue. 
Poppovich, M., driver. 
Porter, T. H., driver. 
Portland Hotel, Barclay & Conlin, 

proprietors, 1st Avenue. 
Portrey, Albert J., miner, h. Roberts. 
Portrey, George, miner, h. Roberts. 
Portray, Ike, miner, h. 1st Avenue. 
Portrey, J., miner. 
Pastmaster, Theodore Bryant. 
Poulin, A., miner. 
Powell, Thomas, runner, bds. Jones 

Hotel. 
Presbyterian Church (Knox), High 

cor. 3rd. 
Pretoria Hotel, John, Tha, proprietor, 

1st Avenue. 
Prevedale, J., pusher. 
Proudfoot, Thos., machinist. 
Proudfoot, Wm., blacksmith. 
Proven, James, miner. 
Provin, W. H., laborer. 
Provis, Thomas, employee smelter, h. 

High Street. 
Pryde, George, miner. 
Puanich, J., pusher. 
Puanich, S., driver. 
Pumala, J., miner. 
Queen's Hotel, L. Lepas, proprietor. 

High, cor. 4th. 
Quich, S., general merchandise, 4th Ave 
Quinn, Joseph, miner, h. White. 
Qundet, Wm., runner. 
Radford, Albert, miner, h. High. 
Radman, E., driver. 
Radorik, G., assistant runner boss. 
Radovick, Daniel, miner. 
Radwick, E., pusher. 
Rae, M., miner. 
Rafter, Robert. 
Rafter, Wm., miner. 
Rainie, Frank, barber, bds, Grand 

Hotel. 
Randio, Matthew, miner, h. 4th Ave. 
Rasenstram, P., runner. 
Razzano, Benj., engineer, h. 1st Ave. 
Reid, Frank, farmer. 
Reid, James, hoistman. 
Reid, Joseph, insurance agent, h. 1st. 
Reid, Mrs. M. A. H., boarding, 1st Ave. 
Renolds, John, miner. 
Reocco, P., miner. 
Revitta, T., pusher. 
Rice, Geo. E., miner, h. 1st Avenue. 
Rickard, T., miner. 
Richards, John, farmer. 
Rickard, Andrew, farmer. 
Rickard, James, drum-man, h. High 
Rimron, Thomas, miner. 
Rinnish, J. 
Robelee, C. B., carpenter, h. 2nd Ave. 



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Roberts, Edward, miner, h. Warren St. 
Roberts, David W., miner, h. 2nd Ave. 
Roberts, Frank, miner, bds. Abbots- 
ford Hotel. 
Roberts, George F., meats, 1st Avenue. 

Robertson, A., drum man. 

Robertson, A. G., miner, h. 4th Avenue. 
Robertson, Alexander, miner, h. 
Roberts. 

Robertson, Andrew D., miner, h. 
Symonds. 

Robertson, Andrew G., miner, h. High. 

Robertson, David, miner. 

Robertson, Robert, miner, bds. 
Abbotsford Hotel. 

Robertson, Thos., grocery clerk. 

Robertson, Wm., miner, h. 4th Avenue. 

Robertson, Wm., timberman. 

Roedding, Solomon, painter. High St. 

Rogers, John Y., carpenter. 

Rogers, K., carpenter, bds. Jones 
Hotel. 

Rolston, Robert, manager The Lady- 
smith Hardware Co., Ltd. 

Rolston, William, clerk. 

Romano, John, runner. 

Rosewall, C, ropeman. 

Ross, George O., tailor, 1st Avenue. 

Ross, 'James J., miner, h. 1st Avenue. 

Ross, John, miner. 

Ross, William, clerk, Simon Leiser & 
Co., Ltd. 

Ross, Wm., miner. 

Rouse, Wm., smelterman, h. 2nd Ave. 

Rowa, C, laborer. 

Rowe, James, miner, h. Warren Street. 

Rowlands, Eli, superintendent Public 
Works, bds. Grand Hotel. 

Rozzano, J., brakeman. 

Rumsby, John, smelterman, bds. New 
Western Hotel. 

Russell, Charles, miner. 

Russell, William, paymaster, Welling- 
ton Collieries, Ltd., h. Esplanade. 

Ryan, John, meats. 

Sabiston, Douglas, electrician, h. 
White. 

Sals, E., miner. 

Sancho, George, farmer. 

Sanderbach, Samuel, miner. 

Sanderson, Joseph (Hill & Sander- 
son). 

Sanderson, Robert, Jr., miner. 

Sanderson, Robert, Sr., retired. 

Sanderson, Wm., miner, h. White 

Saunders, A., timberman. 

Saunders, J., timberman. 

Scales, Wm., runner. 

Scannell, J. W., runner. 

Scarf, George, laborer. 

Schiff, photographer, 1st Avenue. 

Scivardi, G., miner. 

Scobie, John, pusher, bds, Abbotsford 
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Scott, David, carpenter. 

Sebilja, Joseph, miner. 

Secord, Walter, carpenter, h. 3rd Ave. 

Secord, Wm. E., miner, h. 3rd 

Senini, James, miner. 

Service, Thomas, miner, bds. Jones 
Hotel. 

Sevor, J., driver. 

ShafC, Charles, runner. 

Shanley, J., bottomer. 

Sharp, J., driver, h. 1st Avenue. 

Shaw, Alex., foreman. 

Shaw, Daniel, pumpman, h. 1st Avenue. 

Shaw, Edward, miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Shaw, Fred., miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Shearer, David, miner, h. White. 

Shilito, Arthur, miner, h. Warren. 

Shortridge, W. F., pusher. 

Shrigley, Stephen H., painter, H. Kay. 

Shumack, Michael, miner, h. Esplan- 
ade. 

Siler, William, livery, 1st Avenue. 

Simpson, A., motorman. 

Simpson, D., runner. 

Simpson, George, miner. 

Simpson, Malcolm, R., barrister, 1st. 

Simpson, Robert, miner, h. White. 

Simpson, William G., miner, h. 3rd. 

Sisko, Andrew, miner, h. Buller St. 

Sisterson, Robert, miner, bds. Abbots- 
ford Hotel. 

Skilling, T., miner. 

Skogman, H., driver. 

Sluggar, M., miner. 

Smith, Alex. (Smith & Hepple). 

Smith, Arthur E., miner, h. 2nd Ave. 

Smith, Con, driver. 

Smith, George, miner, h. Methuen. 

Smith, Job, music teacher. 

Smith, John, miner, h. Esplanade. 

Smith, John, miner, h. 1st Avenue. 

Smith, Joseph, miner, h. 5th Avenue. 



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Phone 65. Estates Managed. 



146 Ladysmith 



Ladysmith 



YOXALL POULTRY FARM 

HARTLEY GISBORNE. 



White Orpingtons. 

Post Office : LADYSMITH, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Smith, Joseph E., paperhanger and 

fire chief. 
Smith, J. X., grocer. 
Smith, M. R., carpenter. 
Smith, Robert, miner. 
Smith, William E., bds. Grand Hotel. 
Smith & Hepple (Alex. Smith and 

George Hepple), hotel, Roberts, 

cor. Esplanade. 
Snedden, Wm., confectioner, 1st Ave. 
Sorelie, Eugene, miner. 
Sorying, Wm., driver. 
Southern Cross Copper Mining Co., 

The, 1st Avenue. 
Southin, Fred. A., farmer. 
Southin, Wm., farmer. 
Spence, David, laborer. 
Spence, John miner, bds. Ladysmith 

HoteL 
Spence, W., miner, h. White. 
Spence, Wm., plumber. 
Spidding, Harry, patternmaker, bds. 

New Western HoteL 
Spisak, Mike, runner. 
Springar, R., miner. 
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, 

Rev. J. Nicolaye, pastor. 
Stark, John, miner. 
Steel, Walter, miner, h. Roberts. 
Steusz, Rosa, widow, French, cor. 1st. 
Stevens, Ed., wharfinger, h. 1st Avenue. 
STEWART, JOHN, CITY CLERK, 

INSURANCE AND REAL 

ESTATE, ROBERTS. 
Stone, W. J., miner. 
Stove, Wm., miner. 
Story, J., miner. 
Strang, Alex., miner, bds. Abbotsford 

Hotel. 
Strang, James, taller. 
Strang, Thomas, miner, h. 4th Avenue. 
Strang, William, miner, bds. Abbots- 
ford Hotel. 
Streethorse, Conlin, miner, bds. Grand 

HoteL 
Strong, John, runner. 
Struthers, Robert, conductor. 
Sutherland, Alex. G., farmer. 
Sutherland, John, buyer, Simon 

Leiser & Co., Ltd. 
Suttie, Archibald, miner, h. High. 
Suttie, W., miner. 
Syme, Robert, blacksmith. 



Taffelli, F., miner, h. 1st Avenue. 

Talle, Frank, miner, bds. Pretoria 
Hotel. 

Tantara, J., miner. 

Tassin, Joseph, Jr., miner. 

Tassin, Joseph, Sr., proprietor King's 
Hotel. 

Tate, Harry, miner. 

Tate, Joseph H., pusher, h. 1st Ave. 

Taylor, Harold P., miner, h. High 

Taylor, Williiam, miner, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 

Tebo, Clement, proprietor Columbia 
Hotel. 

Temperance Hotel, A. Uren, proprie- 
tor, 1st Avenue. 

Terries, W. B. 

Teusz, Joseph, bartender. New West- 
ern Hotel. 
Teusz, Stanley, clerk, h. French. 

Tha, John, proprietor, Pretoria HoteL 

Thick, Chas. P., tracklayer, h. Es- 
planade. 

Thick, D., runner. 

Thick, P. H., miner, Ivs. Esplanade, 
cor. High. 

Thick, H., miner. 

Thomas, Alex., miner, h. oth Avenue. 

Thomas, A. S., miner. 

Thomas, Charles, miner, bds. Grand 
Hotel. 

Thomas, David J., miner. 

Thomas, G., checker, E. & N. Rly. 

Thomas, Miss G., teacher, public 
schooL 

Thomas, John, miner, h. Roberts. 

Thomas, John J., boots and shoes. 
High Street. 

Thomas, J. R., proprietor Pilot Hotel, 
BuUer, cor. 6th. 

Thomas, T. 

Thomas, Thos., miner. 

Thomas, Thos. J., miner. 

Thomas, V., miner. 

Thomas, Williiam, clerk, Abbotsford 
Hotel. 

Thomas, Wm. D., miner, h. 1st Avenue. 

Thompson, Chris, miner, h. High St. 

Thompson, Elizabeth, Mrs. 

Thompson, V., miner. 

Thornley, Hugh, drayman, h. Baden 
Powell. 

Tieser, Jacob, miner. 

Timonthy, Griffin T., engineer, h. 1st. 

Tiori, A., miner. 

Todd, Fred., runner. 

Togliou, E., miner. 

Tognela, J., miner. 

Tomsich, F., miner. 

Topella, J., miner. 

Torkko, Matthew, miner, h. High. 

Torkko, Samuel, miner, h. 5th Avenue. 

Toski, Ike, miner. 



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Ladysmith 



Ladysmith 147 



Towars, E., miner. 

Tranfield, Al., farmer. 

Treherne, Gomer, miner, h. Esp- 
lanade. 

Trembath, Richard J., manager, Simon 
Leiser & Co., Ltd., res, Higli. 

Trudell, Harry, farmer. 

Tunnah, John, miner, bds. New Wes- 
tern Hotel. 

Turi, R., miner. 

Turlco, B., miner. 

Turko, J., timberman. 

Turner, Thomas, engineer, smelter. 

Tye, Sing, shoemaker, 1st Avenue. 

TYEE COPPER CO., LTD., 

W. J. Watson, Manager; J. B. 
Kitto, Assistant Manager. 

Union Brewery, Theodore Bennard, 
Agent. 

Uren, A., proprietor Temperance Hotel. 

Uren, Fanny, fancy goods. 

Ulyala, Mary (widow). 

Valese, L., pusher. 

Valley, H., driver. 

Valley, Matthew, miner. 

Van, J., miner. 

Vasenoff, E., miner. 

Vere, James, miner, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Verosko, M., miner. 

Vetal, Thomas, miner, bds. Queen's 
Hotel. 

Vranich, M., runner. 

Wade, A., smelterman. 

Walkem, Wymond W., bookkeeper, h. 
1st Avenue. 

Walker, Archibald, miner. 

Walker, Joe, miner. 

Walkingshaw, Robt., miner, h. 4th 

Wallace, Robert, miner, h. White. 

Walnery, G., pusher. 

Walters, Andrew C. (Walters & Aken- 
head), h. 1st Avenue. 

Walters, Llewellyn, runner, h. High. 

Walters & Akenhead (Andrew C. 
Walters and Wilfred E. Akenhead), 
dry goods. 

Warberton, Fred., laborer. 

Ward, Harry, local manager B. C. 
Telephone Co., h. Roberts. 

Ward, T., runner. 

Ward, William, farmer. 

Wargo, John, miner, h. High Street. 

Wargo, M., tracklayer. 

Waterworks, John J. Bland, manager. 

Watson, James, driver. 

Watson, Robert, miner, h. 2nd Avenue. 

Watson, Thomas, h. Warren Street. 

Watson, Wm. J., manager Tyee Smelt- 
er, h. 1st Avenue. 

Weaving, Sidney W., teamster, h. 
High. 

Webley, G., driver. 



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Lumber Manufacturers, dealing in all classes of 
Lumber, Moldinirs, Shingles, Lath, Sash and 
Doors. 



Weering, S., h. Market Square. 

Weir, Frank, clerk. 

Weir, James B., carpenter. 

Weismiller, Ethel M., teacher public 
school. 

Wellington Colliery Co., Wm. Russell, 
paymaster. 

Wendel, H. H., stovemounter. 

Westwood, C. N., storekeeper. 

Wey, Joseph, miner, bds. Pretorta 
Hotel. 

Whiskers, Peter, miner. 

Whitcomb, J., miner. 

White, Robert, miner. 

White, T., smelterman. 

Wikla, Victor, miner. 

Windly, Gifford O., miner, h. 4th Ave. 

Wilkinson, J., driver. 

Wilkinson, John, carpenter. 

Wilkinson, John, 'blacksmith. 

Wilkinson, Rev. Robert, pastor Meth- 
odist Church. 

Wilkinson, Thomas, drum-man. 

Williams, Benjamin, miner. 

Williams, George, miner, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 

Williams, George, tracklayer. 

Williams, John, miner, bds. Jones 
Hotel. 

Williams, J. R., miner. 

Williams, Thomas, laborer. 

Williams, Wm., runner. 

Williamson, Robert, butcher, 1st 
Avenue, h. 3rd Avenue. 

Wilson, D., miner. 

Wilson, Edward, brakeman, bds. Grand 
Hotel. 

Wilson, Ernest, miner, bds. New West- 
ern Hotel. 

Wilson, George R., local manager 
Ladysmith Lumber Co. 

Wilson, G., runner. 

Wilson, James, car pusher, bds. Ab- 
botsford Hotel. 

Wilson, James, runner. 

Wilson, Robinson, miner, h. Esplanade. 

Wilson, Samuel, tracklayer, h. Esplan- 
ade. 

Winch, Percy, cigar maker, bds. Ab- 
botsford Hotel. 

Wobank, G., miner. 



LAWRENCE GOODACRE& SONS 

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Malcolm Island 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

STOCKS, BONDS, HIGH 
GRADE INVESTMENTS 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitan Block 

VICTORIA, B. C. 

"Woodburn, P., driver. 

Woods, John, runner. 

Wransick, Paul, miner. 

Wreade, Emil, logger, bds. New West- 
ern Hotel. 

Wright, Alexander, miner. 

Wright, Arthur, blacksmith. 

Wright, D., driver. 

Wright, John, smelterman, Ivs. 3rd Ave. 

Wr'ight, John, miner. 

Wright, H., foreman smelter. 

Wright, Henry, miner, bds. Temper- 
ance Hotel. 

Wright, Ralph, blacksmith, Buller St. 

Wright, Thomas, smelterman, h. 3rd. 

Wright, Wm., miner. 

Wynne, Edward, miner, bds. Lady- 
smith Hotel. 

Wynne, W^m., miner. 

Young, Adam, miner. 

Young, John, laborer. 

Young, J. W., carpenter, h. Esplanade. 

Young, Robert, driver. 

Young, Robert, miner. 

YOXALL POULTRY FARM, Hartley 
Gisborne, Proprietor. 

(See corner cards.) 

Yuretich, T., runner. 

Zayaksek, John, runner. 

Zbozasky, Joe, tracklayer. 

Zicks, M., driver. 

LAKE DISTRICT 

A lanTj district covering the 
southeast of the Saanich Penin- 
sula. (See Royal Oak and Heal.) 

LANGFORD 

Flag station on the E. & N. Ry., 
8 miles from Victoria. 

LANZ ISLAND 

Situated about 10 miles north- 
west of Cape Scott. 

LASQUETI ISLAND 

An Island about 12 miles in 
length, situated 10 miles north 'of 
Nanoose. 



LEECH RIVER 

At the junction of the Leech and 
Sooke Rivers, in the Malahat Dis- 
trict Post Office, Goldstream (14 
miles). 

Martin, Ch&rles, miner. 
McLeod, John, miner. 

LENNARD ISLAND 



In Cloyoquot Sound; 
R. Pollock, keeper. 



lighthouse. 



LEWIS ISLAND 

Two and one-half miles south- 
west of Gilford Island. 

LIMESTONE ISLAND 

Opposite entrance to Southeast 
Arm (Quatslno Sound); seems to 
be wholly composed of limestone. 
There is an hotel here, Edward 
Frigon, proprietor. Post Office, 
Quatsino. 

LITTLE QUALICUM 

(See French Creek.) 

LONG ISLAND 

Situated in Kennedy Lake. 

LOOKOUT ISLAND 

In Halibut Channel; lighthouse 
on east end. 

LOW ISLAND 

Situated at entrance to Forward 
Inlet. 

MALAHAT 

A land district comprising the 
southern portion of the E. & N. Ry. 
land grant. It extends from Gold- 
stream north fo Shawnigan Lake. 

MALCOLM ISLAND 

A Government reservation in the 
Queen Charlotte Sound, about 5 
miles northwest of Johnstone 
Strait. 



Lewisvjile Hotel 

CHEMAINUS, B. C. 



Special Attention Given to Tourists 
and Commercial Men. 

Newly Built and Refurnisliod Throughout. 

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MAPLE BAY 

A post office and farming settle- 
ment in the Municipality of North 
Cowichan, 5 miles northeast of 
Duncan. It has an excellent har- 
bor, with steamboat landing. The 
postoffice Is 21/^ miles inland; has 
telephone connection. 

Postmaster, W. A. "Woods. 

School, Miss M. Cook. 

Methodist Church, Rev. Mr. 
Dever. 

Aitken, Alex., farmer. 

Aitken, T., telephone agent. 

Ashley, Dennis, farmer. 

Baiss, G. G., farmer. 

Beaumont Bros., fruit growers. 

Clark, Miss M., teacher. 

Drummond, A., farmer. 

Duncan, Robert, farmer. 

Edgett, Milton, farmer. 

Flett, John W., farmer. 

Flett, Peter, farmer. 

Fredericks, Hiram, farmer. 

Jackson, F. A., farmer. 

Symons, R. D., farmer. 

Tautz, G. F., fruit grower. 

Watson, John, farmer. 

Woods, W. A., farmer and postmaster. 

Woods, Walter F., farmer. 

MARY ISLAND 

A small island southwest of 
Cortes Island. 

MARY TODD ISLAND 

^ In Oak Bay, Victoria. 

MAUD ISLAND 

South end of Seymour Narrows. 

MAUDE ISLAND 

At the entrance of Nanoose 
Harbor. 

MAYNE ISLAND 

An island in the Gulf of Georgia, 
lying between Galiano and Saturna 
Islands, 16 miles north of Sidney, 
with which place it has regular 
steamer connection. It is about 
6 miles long and 4 wide. There 
are two hotels, post office, general 
store, pubilc school and Anglican 
Church on the island, which has 
acquired considerable fame as a 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



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tourist resort. Its industries are 
farming, fruit growing and fish- 
ing. Active Pass Lighthouse is 
situated on Georgina Point. 

Postmaster, Wm. T. CoUinson. 

Tax Assessor and Collector, Wm. 
M. Robson. 

Active Pass Lighthouse, H. George - 

son, keeper. 
Aitken, John, storekeeper. 
Barnes, Jane, nurse. 
Bennett, David, farmer. 
Bennett, Fred., farmer. 
Bennett, James W., farmer. 
Bennett, Thomas, farmer. 
Bennett, Thos., Jr. 
Benson, Frank, farmer. 
Blake, — ., clerk in store. 
Burnett, Charles W., master mariner. 
Collinson, Wm. T., postmaster and 

farmer. 
Covil, Robert, electrical engineer. 
Cullison, Judson A., bds. Mayne Island 

Hotel. 
Darcy, Charles, farmer. 
Davey, H. T., farmer. 
David, Francis L., farmer. 
David, Joseph, fisherman. 
Deacon, Andrew, farmer. 
Deacon, Dalton, farmer. 
Deacon, John, farmer. 
Deacon, Mrs. Margaret, Tourist Hotel. 
Deacon, Wm., farmer. 
Dickson, Arch. F., farmer. 
Eckholm, John, laborer. 
Gallagher, John, rancher. 
Garrick, Peter, farmer and fisherman. 
Georgeson, Henry, lighthouse keeper, 

Georgina Point, Active Pass. 
Gillespie, Wta. J., lighthouse keeper. 
Goldie, Frank, farmer. 
Hall, Richard, horticulturalist. 
Harris, James, rancher. 
Heck, Alice. 

Heck, Frank J., farmer. 
Heck, Fritz, farmer. 
Heck, James O., farmer. 
Heck, Tilda. 

Hoger, Henry, fisherman. 
Inglis, Archibald, farmer. 
Jack, Hunter, farmer. 



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Jack, Robert, farmer. 

Jones, C. E.. farmer. 

Leathem, Capt. Wm. Irving, farmer. 

Macdonald, Charles J., proprietor 
Mayne Island Hotel. 

Maude, Eustace D., J.P., retired officer. 

Maude, George, farmer. 

Mayne Island Hotel, C. J. Macdonald, 
proprietor. 

Millington, Wm., bricklayer. 

Mills, Walter, farmer. 

Nicholson, Albert, farmer. 

Nicholson, Ralph, farmer. 

Paddon Bros. (George L. and John L. 
Paddon), general store. 

Paddon, Wm. F. L., Canon Church of 
England. 

Point Comfort Hotel, telephone agency. 

Robson, Fred'k J., farmer. 

Robson, James J., farmer. 

Robson, Stanley H., farmer. 

Robson, Wm. M., assessor and col- 
lector. 

Sanders, R., farmer. 

Tinkley, John W., farmer. 

Trachsler, Mrs. A. B., governess. 

Von Winckler, Fritz, farmer. 

Watson, George A., laborer. 

MAYWOOD 

A suburb of Victoria, lying im- 
mediately to the north, on the 
Saanich Road, and reached by the 
Douglas Street electric car line. 
Maywood post office is situated at 
3128 Douglas Street. Has Angli- 
can Church (St. Mark's) and pub- 
lic school. 

The names of most of the resi- 
dents are included in Victoria City. 
See Culduthel Road, Boleskine 
Road, Ardester Road, Burns 
Avenue, Cloverdale Avenue, 

Saanich Road, etc., in Victoria 
Street Directory. 

The names given below are 
residents beyond Culduthel Road. 
Postmistress, Mrs. Iredale Wilson. 

St. Mark's Church (Anglican), 
Rev. W. Baugh Allen. 



Birkley, Frank E., farmer, Rowland 

Avenue. 
Bruce, Stuart, fruit rancher, h. Carey 

Road. 
Burrill, John W., farmer, h. Carey 

Road, near Culduthel Road. 
Butler, James R., farmer, Glanford 

Avenue. 
Button, John J., farmer, h. Carey 

Road. 
Cherrier, Adam, farmer, Rowland 

Avenue. 
Clark, S. G., farmer. 
De Rousie, W. G., farmer, h. Carey 

Road. 
Dunn, Caroline H. 
Dunn, Geo. F., secy. Victoria Kennel 

Club. 
Dunn, Henry J., gardener. 
Dunn, H. R. 

Dunn, M. G., h. McKenzle Street. 
Gibson, G. W., farmer, Rowland 

Avenue. 
Gibson, J. F., farmer, Rowland 

Avenue. 
Gillespie, John. 
Gillespie, Mrs. M. A. 
Gillespie, Wm., Jr., moulder. 
Gillespie, Wm., Sr., farmer. 
Hall, — ., fruit grower, h. Glanford. 
Hick, George, farmer. 
Hick, Mrs. Mary. 

Lang, A. V., farmer, Carey Road. 
Lang, H. S., farmer. 
Lineker, Edward H., farmer, h. Carey 

Road. 
Locke, Geo. H., farmer, Carey Road. 
McCormick A., h. Rowland Avenue. 
McKenzle, Robert G,, farmer, Kenneth 

Street. 
McKinnon, Wm. 
McLachlan, J., farmer, Glanford 

Avenue. 
McLean, H. S. 
McTavish D., farmer, Glanford 

Avenue. 
Morley, Mrs., Mary. 
Mould, Thomas, butcher, Yates, h. 

Glanford Avenue. 
Newcombe, Mrs. Sarah. 
O'Brien, Susanna J. 
Parsell, David. 
Ratcliffe J., farmer, h. Glanford 

Avenue. 
Rogers, George, farmer, Agnes Street. 
Rosher, Howard, farmer, Carey Road. 
St. Clair, Elizabeth. 
Saul, Frederick. 

Smith, S. G., painter, Glanford Avenue. 
Sparrow, J. O., farmer, Rowland 

Avenue. 
Thomas, Charles, gardener. 



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Thomas, H. J., h. Glanford Avenue. 
Vengenio, A., employee C.P.R., h. 

Carey Road. 
Ware, H. 

Warren, J. D., farmer, Carey Road. 
Webb, Jos. W., farmer, Carey Road. 
Winkle, George F. 

MEARES ISLAND 

Situated in Clayoquot Sound. 

McLEOD ISLAND 

Between north Galiano Island 
and mainland of B. C. 

METCHOSIN 

(See also Happy Valley, Albert Head, 
Rocky Point and William Head. 
A farming settlement situated 
about 15 miles southwest of Vic- 
toria; has school, Anglican 
church, public hall and telephone; 
mails twice weekly by stage. 
Telegraph Milne's Landing, distant 
9 miles, nearest railway station, 
Victoria. 

Andrews, Hugh B., farmer. 

Arden, James, laborer. 

Arden, Percy, farmer. 

Arden, Wm., Jr., farmer. 

Arden, Wm., Sr., farmer. 

Bedinfeld, Richard, farmer. 

Buss, Edward, Jr., farmer. 

Buss, Edward, Sr., farmer. 

Clark, Stanley A., provincial constable. 

Cook, George, J. S., farmer. 

Dreyfus, Arthur, farmer. 

Dunn, Isabel, teacher. 

Fisher, Henry, farmer. 

Fisher, Wm., farmer. 

Foster, John, farmer. 

Fredrickson, Ole, farmer. 

Gibson, John, farmer. 

Gibson, Wm., farmer. 

Gleed, Mrs. Rachel. 

Griffiths, farmer. 

Hampton, farmer. 

Harte, Wm. V., teamster. 

Helgesen, Alexander, farmer. 

Helgesen, Hans, farmer. 

Helgesen, Henry C, farmer. 

Hewett, Fleming, farmer. 

Peachley, farmer. 

Pears, George, farmer. 

Pears, Wall is, farmer. 

Phillips, Daniel, farmer. 

Smart, G. Henry, farmer. 

Spence, George, farmer. 

Stothard, Thomas G., farmer. 

Sweetman, Wm. O., farmer. 




Tocher, Alexander, farmer. 
Trenchard, Geo., farmer. 
Veitch, James, farmer. 
Wallace, James, farmer. 
Weir, Mrs. A., widow. 
Weir, Gavin, farmer. 
Weir, Gordon, farmer. 
Weir, John, farmer. 
Wilson, Andrew, farmer. 
Wilson, William, farmer. 

MIDSUMMER ISLAND 

One mile southwest of Gilford 
Island. 

MILLAR GROUP 

A number of small islands near 
the mainland and east of N. 
Galiano Islands. 

MILLSTREAM 

(See also Colwood.) 

A farming settlement in Esqui- 
malt district, 2 miles from Lang- 
ford station and 10 miles north 
west of Victoria; has post office. 
Postmaster, Frederick S. Mit- 
chell. 

Ambery, Wm., farmer. 

Bernard, George, farmer. 

Carto, George, miner. 

Colburn, John, farmer. 

Dixon, Mrs. 

Dumbleton, Charles D., farmer. 

Edwards, J., farmer. 

Elliott, Charles, logger. 

Foster, Robert, farmer. 

Gregory, Frank T., farmer. 

Hanbury C, farmer. 

Millington, Wm., farmer. 

Mitchell, Frederick S., postmaster. 

Gates, Robert, farmer. 

Phillips, Henry. 

Phillips, Henry G. M., farmer. 

Pike, Charles, farmer. 

pike, Henry, farmer. 

Rountree, Wm. A., farmer. 

Stewart, John, farmer. 

Vellacott, James I., miner. 



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CorriQ College 

BEACON HILL PARK, VICTORIA. 



The Home School For Boys. 
Principal - J. W. CHURCH, IV|.A. 

MILNE'S LANDING 

(See also Sooke and East Sooke.) 

A farming settlement about 22 
miles south west of Victoria. Post 
office situatted at Sooke River 
bridge, the wharf on the pic- 
turesque Sooke Harbor being 
about 2 miles south west from 
post office. Has Presbyterian 
mission, school, public hall, saw 
mill, post office and telegraph; 
mails three times weekly by stage 
from Victoria; nearest railway 
station, Goldstream, distant 14 
miles. 

Postmaster, Edward Milne, Sr. 

Armour, James, farmer, British Ensign 
Hotel,. 

Charters, Wm. B., of Eraser & Chart- 
ers. 

Cuttler, Edward, farmer. 

Doran, John, farmer. 

Fisher, Mrs, Henry. 

Eraser, A. J., of Eraser & Charters. 

Eraser & Charters (4. J. Eraser and 
Wm. B. Charters), sawmill. 

Gent, Aaron, farmer. 

George, Daniel, farmer. 

George, Louis, farmer. 

Goudie, John, farmer. 

John, Peter, farmer. 

Jolibois, Peter, farmer. 

McVickar, John, electrical engineer. 

Lannan, Wm., farmer. 

Lazaar, Louis, farmer. 

Milne, Edward, Jr., stage driver. 

Milne, Edward, Sr., postmaster and 
general store. 

Mugford, Robert J., farmer. 

Murray, J. C, farmer. 

Paiemant, Joseph, farmer. 

Paul, Erederick, farmer. 

Phillips, Edward, logger. 

Phillips, John, logger. 

Phillips, Wm., farmer. 

Saunderson, Daniel, farmer. 

Swanson, August, farmer. 

Throup, Emmanuel, fruit grower. 

Throup, George, farmer. 



MINSTREL ISLANDS 

One mile south of Gilford Is- 
lands. 

MISTAKEN ISLAND 

In the Strait of Georgia, about 
2% miles southwest of Ballinac 
Island. 

MITLENATCH ISLAND 

A small island 6 miles southeast 
of Cape Mudge, Valdes Islands. 

MORESBY ISLAND 

One of the islands of the Gulf 
of Georgia, 6 miles northeast of 
Sidney. Post office, Sidney. 

Harris, Howard B., manager for 
proprietor, T. W. Paterson. 

MOSQUITO HARBOR 

A post office at the head of 
Ciayoquot Sound. The Sutton 
Lumber and Trading Company- 
own a large mill here, but at the 
present time it is closed down. 

A. E. McDonald, postmaster. 

MOUNT SICKER 

A post office at the Mount Sick- 
er mines, 4 miles northwest of 
Somenos. Owing to the shutting 
down of the mines in the district 
the settlement is practically de- 
serted. 

Postmaster, John Creeden. 

Chalmers, S., miner. 

Coleman, John, caretaker Copper 

Canyon mine. 
Copper Canyon Mine, John Coleman, 

caretaker. 
Creedon, John, postmaster. 
Lenora Mine, Vancouver Copper Co., 

owners; J. Creedon, caretaker. 
Key City Mine, J. Creedon, carettaker. 
O'Rourke, H., miner. 
Pearce, W., caretaker, Tyee Mine. 
Richard III. Mine, H. Keast, manager. 
Tyee Mine, Tyee Copper Co., owners; 

W. Pearce, caretaker. 
Vyvian, R., miner. 

MOUNT SICKER SIDING 

(See Westholme.) 



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MOUNT TOLMIE 

A suburb of Victoria lying to 
the northeast of the city. The 
post office is on Cedar Hill Road, 
near the Cross Road. Dairy 
farming and fruit growing are the 
main industries. The names of 
many of the residents are included 
in Victoria City. 

Postmaster, Norman D. Shaw. 

Presbyterian Church, Rev. Wal- 
lace Collins. 

Anglican Church, Rev. A. J. 
CoUison. 

Cedar Hill School, Mrs. M. A. 
Offerhaus, principal. 

Anderson, A., fruit grower. 

Andrews, Alfred. 

Barrett, T. F., rancher. 

Bishop, Frank J. 

Blackstock, James H., farmer. 

Blizzard, George, farmer. 

Borden, Frank N., president Progress 
Fruit Packing Co. 

Bradshaw, Mrs. S. V. 

Bridges, George, dog trainer. 

Clark, John. 

Collin, T. A. 

Collins, R. Wallace, Rev., Presby- 
terian minister. 

Collison, A. J., Rev., St. Luke's (Angli- 
can). 

Cox, Andrew A. 

Cutler, Samuel, rancher. 

Currie, Chas. E., farmer. 

Davidson, Geo. B., rancher. 

Dawson, — , laborer. 

Deacon, Benjamin, farmer. 

Dean, George, farmer. 

Deans, John F., farmer. 

Devine, John A., farmer. 

Disher, Charles, farmer. 

Disher, Harry C. 

Disher, Walter. 

Featherstone, S. G. 

Fleming, Edgar, photographer. 

Fooks, Walter, barber. 

Glendinning, Adam, farmer. 

Glendinning. Adam H. 

Gornell, H. K. 

Goward, Leonard, tax collector. 

Graham, Henry C. 

Grogan, G. E., farmer. 

Harris, R. Somerset, letter carrier. 

Head, — . 

Hellier, James, farmer. 

Holmes, Wm., dairyman. 

Irvine, John, dairyman. 

Johnson, George, laborer. 

Jones, Herbert L. 

Jones, Richard L. 

King, Charles E., farmer. 



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King, Henry A., farmer. 

Kipling, Jane. 

Knight, George, nurseryman. 

Law, Charles. 

Lewis, H. 

Lloyd, Harvey, rancher. 

Longpre, Gaspard. 

Lovell, Wm. 

Lusse, John. 

Lusse, Robert, farmer. 

McAnally, Charles A., rancher. 

McCallum, H. W. 

McCuibay, Mrs. R. H. 

McKnight, Andrew. 

McLennan, Finlay, rancher. 

McMartin, G. D. 

McMorran, George, farmer. 

McRae, Donald A. 

McRae, Ronald C, farmer. Twin Oak 
Farm. 

Machin, Roland, fruit rancher. 

May, John E., farmer. 

Medd, W., rancher. 

Merriman, John P., rancher. 

Merriman, Peter, farmer. 

Miller, Genevieve. 

Miller, James M. 

Miller, J., Munroe, rancher. 

Miller, Mabel. 

Moore, Benjamin B. 

Moore, William W. 

Morris, Selwyn. 

Murton, Frederick J. 

Myles, J. A. 

Nicholson, Joseph, farmer. 

North Dairy Pumping Station (Vic- 
toria Waterworks), Thomas 
Preece, engineer-in-charge. 

Offerhaus, Mrs. R., teacher. 

Ormond, Olivine. 

Palmer, W. 

Palmer, W. R., manager Progress 
Fruit Packing Co. 



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Pearce, Wm. J. 

Phillips, J. T, 

Pollock, Samuel, farmer. 

Post, B. B., farmer. 

Post, E. 

Postur, T. G. 

Postur, J. G. 

Preece, Thomas, engineer. North 

Dairy Pumping Station. 
Progress Fruit Packing Co., Ltd., F. 

N. Borden, president; W. R. 

Palmer, manager. 
Purley, J. B., physician. 
Raper Bros. (Ernest and Thomas), 

dairymen. 
Ringland, G. A. 
Robertson, Wm., rancher. 
Russell, Harold J. 
Russell, Jabez J., constable. 
Russell, James, rancher. 
Russell, Robert, rancher. 
Scott, James C, foreman, bindery, 

Colonist Office. 
Scott, Robert, farmer. 
Shaw, Norman D., general store and 

postmaster. 
Simmers Bros., ranchers. 
Stewart, Arthur, stonemason. 
Tennyson, Wm., contractor and 

builder. 
Thurburne, Thory V., farmer. 
Till, Charles, rancher. 
Todd, Henry, farmer. 
Tod, James, Jr., farmer. 
Tod, James, Sr., farmer. 
Townsend, James, rancher. 
Touet, Philip, farmer. 
Touet, P. Wesley, farmer. 
Tracey, Joseph, farmer. 
Tway, Philip, farmer. 
Wantreight, Geoffrey E. 
West, Richard, farmer. 
Wicks, Walter, rancher. 
Williams, Sidney, surveyor. 
Windsor, Jacob A., carpenter. 
Wood, Edward E., carpenter. 
Woolsley, David, rancher. 

MOUNTAIN DISTRICT 

A land district lying west of 
Nanaimo. 



NANAIMO 



The second city of Vancouver 
Island is situated on the east coast 
of the Island 73 miles north of 
Victoria and 33 miles west of Van- 
couver city across the Straits of 
Georgia. 

The city was founded in 1853 
and incorporated in 1874 when its 
population was 1500. It is beauti- 
fully situated on one of the finest 
harbors on the Pacific coast — a 
iharbor which allows safe ingress 
and egress to the largest of ships 
at all stages of the tides and at the 
same times affords perfect protec- 
tion from storms. 

The main source from which the 
city derives its industry Is the coal 
mines, now operated by the Wes- 
tern Fuel Co. These mines are 
capable of producing over 1,000 
tons of coal a day and give em- 
ployment to 1,200 men. 

Fishing in all its branches, but 
principally herring fishing and 
curing, is another industry which 
has grown to large proportion. In 
addition there is also great activity 
in the following lines, sawmills, 
shingle mills, sash and door fac- 
tories and brewing, and iron foun- 
dry. 

The city owns and operates an 
up-to-date system of waterworks 
which has been largely extended 
and improved during the last year. 
The fire department has 5 hose 
stations and is equipped with 2 en- 
gines, 1 hose wagon, 1 truck and 
ladder, with a hand hosewagon in 
each station. The fire hall on 
Cavan street is in charge of Chief 
Parkin and there are 25 call men. 

There is both gas and eleotric 
lighting in the city. 

Two newspapers are published 
here, the Free Press and The 
Herald (daily and semi-weekly). 
The Royal Bank and the Cana- 
dian Bank of Commerce have es- 
tablished branches. 

These necessary adjuncts to a 
commercial city, a Courthouse, 
Jail, Customs House, Post Office, 
telegraph and telephone are to be 
found here. 

There are five schools in the 
city and 5 in the suburbs,, fully 
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the modern educational system de- 
mands. 

There is regular daily steamer 
connection with Vancouver, and 
by the E. & N. Railroad with Vic- 
toria. There is also a steamer 
twice a week to Victoria and the 
islands of the Gulf. 

Population (exclusive of In- 
dians and Orientals), 6,900. 

City Offices — Bastion Street. 

Mayor, A. E. Planta. 

Aldermen, (1908), H. McCrae, G. 

D. Barlow, P. A. Bushby, Wm. 
Kirkham, E. G. Cavalsky, Harry 
Shepherd, Richard Booth, Charles 
Wilson, D. G. Dailey. 

(See addenda for council elected, 
January 1909) 

City Clerk and Treasurer, Sam- 
uel Gough. 

Collector, E. B. Irving. 

Auditor, P. G. Peto. 

Health Officer, W. P. Drysdale, 
M. D. 

Waterworks Manager, Josepih 
MuUett. 

Water Rates Collector, F. J. 
Willcox. 

Police Court — Front Street. 

Board of Police Commissioners, 
A. E. Planta and E. G. Cavalsky. 

Magistrate, E. M. Yarwood. 

Chief of Police, James Crossan. 

Constables, Jacob Neen and 
Adam Barnes. 

Nightwatchman, James Harley. 

Gaoler, George Harrison. 

Fire Department — Cavan Street. 
Chief, John Parkin; driver, Bram- 
ley Benton. 

Licensing Commissioners — A. 

E. Planta, D. G. Dailey, J. Isher- 
wood. 

Cemetery Trustees — H. Shep- 
herd, chairman, Aldermen Caval- 
sky and Kirkham, Sam Gough, 
secretary. 

Hospital — ^Franklin Street. 

Surgeon, Dr. Davis; President, 
Joseph Booth; Secretary, John 
Shaw. 

Pilot Commissioners — Bastion 
Street. 

TuUy Boyce, secretary; Thomas 
O'Connell, Richard Gibson, Jas. S. 
Knarston, H. J. Shaw. 

Nanaimo Athletic Association — 
Chapel Street, Charles Graham, 
president; J. Duncan, secretary. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

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GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 

Nanaimo Club — Front Street, u. 
Stephenson, president; John Shaw, 
secretary. 

School Board — Ed. Quennell, 
chairman; Samuel Gough, secre- 
tary; A. E. Planta, J. R. McKenzie, 
A. Forrester, John Mahrer. 

Schools — 

High, Campbell Street, F. B. 
Dickson, principal. 

Central, Selby, corner Franklin, 
E. Poy, principal. 

North Ward, H. Haarer, teacher. 

South Ward, Needham Street, 
Miss E. Brown. 

Middle Ward, Miss F. T. Dick, 
principal. 

There are also 5 District schools 
in the suburbs: North Nanaimo, 
'South Nanaimo, Harewood, Nan- 
aimo Bay and Chase River. 

Provincial Government Officials 
— Courthouse on Front Street. 

Government Agent and Gold 
Commissioner, Marshall Bray. 

Registrar Supreme and County 
Court and Assessor and Collector, 
M. Bate. 

Judge, County Court, Eli Harri- 
son, Victoria. 

Sheriff, Samuel Drake. 

Coroner, Dr. L. T. Davis. 

Inspector of Mines, Archibald 
Dick. 

Constables, David Stephenson 
and Charles J. Trawford. 

Jail, Newcastle Townsite. 



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CIALS. 

Post office on Front St. 

Post master, A. H. Home. 

Assistant postmaster, Walter 
E. Thomson. 

Excise officer, inspector of 
weiglits and measures and gas in- 
spector, John Shaw. 

Collector of customs, B. H. 
Smith. 

Chief clerk, H. Gordon. 

Surveyor, H. L. Good. 

Dominion telegraphs, Allan M. 
Oliver, manager. 

Fisheries inspector, E. G. Taylor. 

Fisheries guardian, H. Mclndoo. 

Fisheries protection ship, S.S. 
''Ibis;" Fred. J^aird, captain; 
Arthur Yates, mate; George 
Greenshields, engineer. 

CHURCHES 

Methodist, Wallace St., Rev. 
John Robson; Haliburton. Rev. 
Wm. P. Ewing. 

Anglican, St. Paul's, Rev. A. 
Silva White, M.A. 

Baptist, Selby St., Rev. A. W. 
McLeod. 

Presbyterian, St, Andrew's, 
Fitzwilliam, cor, Wesley, Rev. J. 
M. Millar. 

Roman Catholic, St. Peter's, 
Wallace St., Rev. W. L. Heynen. 
parish priest; St. Ann's Convent, 
Wallace St. 

Later Day Saints, Haliburton, 
near Robins, Wm. Johnson, 
preacher. 

Chinese Mission, Old China- 
town. Tom Chue Thom, mis- 
sionary. 

Indian Mission, Gillespie St., W. 
J. Knott, missionary. 

SOCIETIES. 

A. F. & A. M., Ashlar Lodge No. 
3, meets in Masonic Hall 1st Wed- 
nesday; J. M. Brown, secretary. 

A. F. & A. M., Doric Lodge No. 
18, meets in Masonic Hall 3rd 
Tuesday; D. A. Webb, secretary. 



. A. O. F., Court Nanaimo No. 
5886, meets in Forresters Hall 
2nd and 4th Saturdays; Wm. 
Bennett, secretary. 

A. O. U. W., Nanaimo Lodge, 
No. 4, meets in Oddfellows Hall, 
2nd and 4th Thursdays; B. H. 
Smith, recorder. 

Citizens' League, John W. Co- 
burn, president; Thos. Bryant, 
secretary; meets in City Hall 
2nd Tuesday. 

F. O. E. No. 15, meets 2nd Fri- 
day; Chas. Rawlinson, secretary. 

I. O. O F., Black Diamond 
Lodge No. 5, meets in Oddfellows 
Hall every Wednesday; A. For- 
rester, secretary. 

I. O. O. F, Centennial Lodge No. 
20, meets in Oddfellows Hall 
every Monday; F. S. Whiteside, 
secretary. 

I. O. O. F., Nanaimo Encamp- 
ment No. 4, meets in Oddfellows 
Hall alternate Tuesdays; Geo. 
Cavalsky, scribe. 

K. of P., Nanaimo Lodge No. 4, 
meets in Free Press Hall Tues- 
days; Chas. Rawlinson, K. of R. 
and S. 

L. O. L., Wellington Lodge No. 
1619, meets in Oddfellows Hall 
1st and 3rd Thursdays; David 
Todd, Jr., secretary. 

Native Sons of B. C, Post No. 
3, meets 3rd Mondays in Bastion; 
G. F. Wilson, secretary. 

Sons of St. George, Inkerman 
Lodge No. 325, meets in For- 
resters Hall 1st and 3rd Satur- 
days; W. E. Rumming, secretary. 

United Mine Workers of Amer- 
ica, meets in Forresters Hall 1st 
and 4th Fridays; H. Guffogg, 
secretary. 

Daughters of Rebekah, Miriam 
Lodge No. 3, meets in Oddfellows 
Hall alternate Tuesdays; Miss A. 
Bell, secretary. 

Rathbone Sisters, Silver Leaf 
Temple No. 2, meets in Free Press 
Hall 1st and 3rd Wednesdays. 

NAMES AND LOCATIONS OF THE 
STREETS OF NANAIMO 

Albert, from Victoria Crescent south- 
west to city limits. 

Bastion, from Wharf street west to 
Wallace. 

Benson, from Skinner to Comox Road. 

Bridge, from Comox Road to New- 
castle Townsite. 



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Campbell, from Fraser west to city 
limits. 

Cavan, from corner of Nicol and Vic- 
toria Crescent to Albert. 

Chapel, continuation of Commercial St. 
north of church. 

Church, from Commercial Street to 
Front. 

Commercial, from Victoria Crescent to 
corner of Chapel and Church. 

Comox Road, from north end of Front 
westwards to city limits. 

Crace, from Esplanade to Nicol, at 
Victoria Crescent. 

Dallas Square, at junction of Front and 
Church. 

Deverill Square, corner Diokson and 
Haliburton. 

Dickson, from Esplanade west to Vic- 
toria Road. 

Dunsmuir, from Albert to Franklyn, 
first west of Wallace. 

Esplanade, from Crace southwards 
along waterfront. 

Finlayson, from Esplanade west to Vic- 
toria Road. 

First, Newcastle Townsite. 

Fitzwilliam, continuation of Bastion 
west of Wallace. 

Fourth, Newcastle Townsite. 

Franklyn, from Wallace southwest to 
■city limits. 

Fraser, from corner of Wallace and 
Bastion, north to Comox Road. 

Front, from Wharf street to Comox 
Road, along waterfront. 

Fry, from Esplanade southwards. 

Gillespie, from Needham southwards, 
next Indian Reserve. 

Haliburton, from Grace south to city 
limits. 

Hecate, from Cavan southwest to city 
limits. 

Irwin, from corner of Crace and Es- 
planade southwards. 

Kennedy,' from Victoria Road north- 
west to Comox Road, first street 
beyond Milton. 

Lubbock Square, at junction of Pri- 
deaux and Fitzwilliam. 

MachJeary, from Victoria Road, next 
city limits, northwest to Comox 
Road. 

Milford Crescent, at junction of Hecate 
and Robarts. 

Mill, from Comox Road northwesterly. 

Milton, from Victoria Road, northwest 
to Comox Road. 

Needham, from Indian Reserve, west- 
ward near city boundary. 

Newcastle Avenue, along waterfront, 
Newcastle Townsite. 



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Nicol, from Victoria Crescent south to 
city limits. 

Pine, froni Nicol westwards, next Far- 
quhar. 

Prideaux, from Victoria Road north- 
west to Comox Road. 

Robarts, from Victoria Road to Albert, 
next Cavan. 

Robins, from Indian Reserve, west- 
wards at city limits. 

Robson, off Fitzwilliam, next Wallace. 

Sebastion, from Haliburton eastwards, 
next Farquhar. 

Second, Newcastle Townsite. 

Selby, from Victoria Road northwest to 
Comox Road. 

Skinner, from Commercial northwest to 
Chapel. 

Stewart Avenue, continuation of 
Bridge street, Newcastle Townsite. 

Strickland, from Needham southwards, 
first west of Nicol. 

Third, Newcastle Townsite. 

Union Avenue, Newcastle Townsite. 

Vancouver Avenue, Newcastle Town- 
site. 

Victoria Crescent, continuation of Com- 
mercial street, south of Albert. 

Victoria Road, from Victoria Crescent 
south to city limits. 

Wallace, from corner of Albert and 
Victoria Crescent northwest to Co- 
mox Road. 

Watkins, from Nicol to Victoria Road, 
next Needham. 

Wentworth, from Fraser west to city 
limits. 

Wesley, from Franklyn to Fitzwilliam, 
east of Selby. 

Wharf, from Commercial to Front. 

Winfield Crescent, from Victoria Cres- 
cent to Esplanade. 

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Adam, James, engineer, W. F. Co., h. 

Victoria Rd., near Pine. 
Adam, Robert, fire boss, h. Victoria 

Rd., near Kennedy. 
Adam, Wm., machinist, Ivs. Victoria 

Rd., near Kennedy. 
Adams, Saml., bratticeman, h. Milton. 
Adams, Wm., miner, bds. Comox, cor. 

Wallace. 
Adams, Wm. J., miner, h. Kennedy, 

near Hecate. 
Adderley, J., brusher. 
Addis, Walker, miner, h. Nicol, near 

Farquhar. 
Addison, Albert, employee W. F. Co., 

h. Nicol, near Watkins. 
Addison, James, employee R. F. L. 

Co., h. Newrcastle Townsite. 
Addison, W., miner. 

Aerson, Chas., cigar maker, h. Skin- 
ner St. 
AETNA INSURANCE CO., A. B. 

Planta, Ltd., agents. 
Aidley, Roy, accountant. Free Press, 

h. Haliiburton St. 
Ainsley, Samuel, Mrs., widow, Ivs. 

Kennedy, near Albert. 
Ainsley, Walter E., miner, h. Hali- 

burton, near Finlayson. 
Airey, Thomas H., weighrnan W. F. 

Co., h. Haliburton, near Needmam. 
Aitken, Alexander, laborer, Ivs. Selby, 

near Wentworth. 
Aitken, David H., driver, J. Hirst, h. 

Prideaux, near Wentworth. 
Aitken, Frederick, Jr., butcher, Ivs. 

Selby, near Wentworth. 
Aitken, Frederick, Sr., laborer, h. 

Selby, near Wentworth 
AITKEN, HUGH, PRESIDENT AND 

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Aitken James, miner, h. Irwin, near 

Esplanade. 
Aitken, James gardener, Ivs. Selby, 

near Wentworth. 
Aitken, James, Jr., miner. Ivs. Irwin, 

near Esplanade. 
Aitken, John, laborer, Ivs. Selby, near 

Wentworth. 
Aitken, John, miner, h. Haliburton, 

near Grace. 



Aitken, P., driver. 

Aitken, Thomas, laborer, h. Prideauv, 
near Wentworth. 

Aitken, T., miner, bds. Crescent Hotel. 

Aitken, Thomas, miner, h. Pine, near 
Victoria Rd. 

AITKEN & McLELLAN (NANAIMO 
DEVELOPMENT CO.), COM- 
MERCIAL ST. PHONE 214. 
(See page 17.) 

Akenhead, Arthur, teamster, Ivs. Mil- 
ton, near Albert. 

Akenhead, Evelyn, clerk, David 
Spencer, Ltd., Ivs. Milton. 

Akenhead, James, teamster, Ivs. Milton, 
near Albert. 

Akenhead, Martha E., widow, h. Mil- 
ton, near Albert. 

Akenhead, Walter (Akenhead & 
Bennett), h. Wallace. 

Akenhead «fe Bennett (Walter Aken- 
head and Paul Bennett), livery, 
Wallace. 

"Alert" Western Transport Co., owners 
Carl G. Stromdren, Captain; C. a. 
Wardill, engineer. 

Alexander, Caleb G., retired, h. Wal- 
lace, near Campbell. 

Alexander, Dell G., electrician, W. F. 
Co., h. Wallace, near Franklyn. 

Alexander, Harry, electrician, h. Wal- 
lace, near Campbell. 

Alexander, John, miner Ivs. Hali- 
burton, at City Boundarj'-. 

Alexander, Samuel, laborer, W. F. 
Co., h. Machleary, nr. Victoria Rd. 

Allen, Andrew G., tallyman, R. F. L. 
Co., h. Kennedy, near Wentworth. 

Allen, Hugh G., carpenter shops, W. F. 
Co., h. Nicol, near Finlayson. 

Allison, Christina (J. & C. Allison), 
h. Nicoll St. 

Allison, J. & C, proprietors. Paisley 
Dye Works, Nicol St. 

Allison, Jas. (J. & C. Allison), h. Nicol 

Allsopp, William, miner, bds. Pri- 
deaux, near Albert. 

Alsopp, Henry, miner, Ivs. Nicol, past 
city limits. 

Alsopp, Walter, miner, Ivs. Nicol, past 
city limits. 

American Consul, Joseph H. Pashley 
Commercial. 

Anderson, Alexander C, miner, h. 
Kennedy, near Franklyn. 

Anderson, Charles, miner, h. Milton, 
near Wentworth. 

Anderson, Charles, miner, h. Pine, 
near Victoria Rd. 

Anderson, Oscar E., Ivs, Milton, near 
Wentworth. 

Anderson, Victor, miner, h. Milton, 
near Victoria Rd. 



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Anderson, Wm., clerk, David Spencer, 
Ltd., Ivs. Kennedy. 

Andre, A., miner, h. Irwin, nr. Dickson. 

Andrews, A. H., engineer. 

Andrews, Fred., miner, h. Nicol, near 
Needham. 

Andrews, Wm. F. (Andrews & Don- 
aldson), h. Selby. 

Andrews & Donaldson (Wm. F. And- 
rews and Jno. M. Donaldson), pro- 
prietors B. C. Carriage Works, 
Bastion. 

Anthony, Charles, carpenter, Ivs. Mil- 
ton, near Fitzwilliam. 

Antoni, C, miner, h. Irwin, cor, Fin- 
layson. 

Appleby, Thomas, scraper, W. F. Co., 
Ivs. Haliburton, near Dickson. 

Archer, Edith, dressmaker, David, 
Spencer, Ltd., Ivs. Esplanade. 

Archibald, George E., checker E. & 
N. Rly., Ivs, Selby, near Albert. 

Archibald, Wm. F., local manager 
C.P.R. tel., h. Selby, nr. Hecate. 

Armstrong, Mrs. Mary, widow, h. 
Haliburton, near Finlayson. 

Armstrong, Thomas, driver W. F. Co., 
Ivs, Haliburton, near Finlayson. 

ARNOLD, ENGENE, orchestral con- 
ductor, and general agent Sun Life 
Assurance Co., Hecate, near Pri- 
deaux. Phone 195. 

Arnold, Herman, bookkeeper, A. R. 
Johnston, bds. Queen's Hotel. 

Ashman, Wm., miner, h. Irwin, cor. 
Farquhar. 

Ashworth, George, pumpman. 

Ashworth, John, engineer, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Askham, Chas., pusher, Ivs. Milton, 
near Wentworth. 

Astori, Angelo, employee water works, 
Ivs. Wentworth, near E. & N. Rly. 

Astori, Louis, miner, h. Wentworth, 
near E. & N. Rly. 

Atkinson, George, miner, h. Nicol. 

Atkinson, Wm., miner Needham, near 
Victoria Rd. 

Aubury, J., miner, bds. Queen's Hotel. 

Austin, Edward, miner, h. Robson. 

Austin, Wm., miner, h. Irwin, near 
Dickson. 

Bailes, Henry, baker, Victoria Cres- 
cent, h. Haliburton, near Grace. 

Bailey, James H., plumber, Commer- 
cial, h. Nicol, past city limits. 

Baird, Alex., miner, h. Haliburton, 
corner Robins. 

Baird, John, miner, Ivs. Haliburton, 
corner Robins. 

Baird, Thomas, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Farquhar. 

Baker, Benjamin, carpenter, W. F. Co., 
h. Haliburton, near Needham. 



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Baker, G., h. Haliburton, nr. Sebastion 

Baker, H. S., timberman. 

Baker, Ray, blacksmith, W. F. Co., Ivs. 
Haliburton, near Needham. 

Baker, T., mucker. 

Baldelle, G., mnr., bds. Balmoral Hotel 

Balmoral Hotel, Joseph- Sbarbori, pro- 
prietor, Haliburton, near Dickson. 

Balo, Mrs. Annie, h. Pine, near NicoL 

Balzano, Angelo, proprietor Commer- 
cial Hotel. 

Bamford, Robert, miner, h. Watkins. 

Banasky, George, bicycles. Commercial 
h. Irving St. 

Banchig, J., brusher. 

Banchig, Louis, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Finlayson. 

Bancroft, John, miner, h. Richards, 
near Wentworth. 

Banks, Edward N., miner, h. E. & N. 
R., near Albert. 

Barbour, L., tmstr., bds. Queen's Hotel 

BARKER, CHARLES H., 

Barrister, Solicitor & Notary Pub- 
lic, Commercial Street. Phone 42, 
Res. Wallace, Near Comox Road, 
Phone 12. 

Barlow, George D., clerk, A. R. Johns- 
ton & Co., h. Stewart Ave. 

Barlow, George M., steward, h. Milton. 

Barnes, Aaron, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Hecate. 

Barnes, Adam, constable, h. Fourth, 
near 'Stewart Ave. 

Barnes, Edward C, Proprietor Occi- 
dental Hotel, Selby, corner Fitz- 
william. 

Barnes, Elijah, miner, Ivs. Kennedy, 
near Hecate. 

Barr, John, miner, bds. Comox, near 
Wallace. 

Barratt, John, W., miner, Ivs. Irwin, 
near Fijilayson. 

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Barratt, Joseph S., miner, Ivs. Irwin, 

near Finlayson. 
Barratt, Thomas F., miner, Ivs. Irwin, 

near Finlayson. 
Barratt, Wm., retired, h. Irwin, near 

Finlayson. 
Barrie, Robert C, turner W. F. Co., h. 

Needham. 
Barsby, Charles, miner, Ivs. Victoria 

Road, near Pine. 
Barsby, John, miner, h. Victoria Road, 

near Pine. 
Bartlett, J. S., expressman, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Barton, Walter, miner, bds. Occidental 

Hotel. 
Bassett, H. R., dairy. 
Bassie, Peter, miner, h. Kennedy, near 

Comox. 
Bate, Herbert, clerk W. F. Co. 
Bate, Joseph, miner, h. Prideaux, near 

Fitzwilliam. 
Bate, Mark, Assessor and Collector 

and Registrar Supreme and County 

Court, h. Albert, corner Wallace. 
Bate, Mark, Jr., accountant W. F. Co., 

h. Victoria Road, corner Farquhar. 
Bate, Mrs. W., dressmaker, h. Finlay- 
son, corner Irwin. 
Batty, D., miner. 
Baxter, James A., contractor, h. Ro- 

barts, near Victoria Road. 
B. C. Carriage Works, Andrews & 

Donaldson, props.. Bastion, corner 

Fraser. 

B. C. CORPORATION LTD., 

A. E. Planta, Ltd., Agents. 
B. C. LAND & INVESTMENT 
AGENCY, Ltd., A. E. Planta. Ltd., 
Agents. 

B. C. PLATE GLASS INS. CO. 

A. E. Planta, Ltd., Agents. 
BEATTIE, GEORGE A., 

(Beattie & Hopkins), bds. Wilson 

Hotel. 
Beattie, John, teamster, h. Prideaux 

near Victoria Road. 
Beattie, Walter, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 

near Victoria Road. 
Beattie, Wm., miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 

near Victoria Road. 



BEATTIE & HOPKINS, 

Geo. A. Beattie and Wm. H. Hop- 
kins), printers, Front, Cor. Ciiurch. 

(See page 47.) 
Beaumont, Albert, painter, "I. X. L." 

Stables, h. Selby St. 
Beck, Joseph, emp. W. F. Co., Ivs. Nicol 

near Needham. 
Beck, Wm., Emp. W. F. Co., Ivs. Nicol, 

near Needham. 
Beckley, David H., meats, Victoria 

Cres., h. Victoria Road, near Selby. 
Beer, Albert J., harnessmaker, C. F. 

Bryant, Ivs. Newcastle Townsite. 
Beevor-Potts, C. H., barrister. Bastion, 

h. .Milton, cor. Wentworth. 
Begett, Antonio, confectioner, Com- 
mercial St., h. same. 
Begg, James J., operator. Free Press, 

h. Selby, corner Wentworth. 
Belding, Miss, h. Fraser. 
Bell, Albert, carpenter, h. Nicol, near 

Farquhar. 
Bell, George, engineer W. F. Co., h. 

Dickson, corner Irwin. 
Bell, George, 'miner, h. Haliburton, near 

Farquhar. 
Bell, James, miner, h. Nicol, near 

Needham. 
Bell, John, janitor, W. F. Co., h. Gil- 
lespie. 
Bell, Mrs., h. Haliburton, cor. Needham. 
Bell, Ralph, miner, h. Dickson, near 

Irwin. 
Bell, Robert W., miner, Ivs. Nicol, past 

city limits. 
Belloni, J., driver. 

Beltner, Charles J., shoemaker, Vic- 
toria Cres., h. Brechin. 
Belts, Paul, miner, h. Haliburton at 

City Boundary. 
Bendle, Henry, miner, h. Prideaux, near 

Lubbock Sq. 
Bennett, Andr.ew M. M., miner, Ivs. 5 

acre. 
Bennett, Ann (widow), h. First, near 

Stewart Ave. 
Bennett, Copley, clerk, Windsor Hotel. 
Bennett, Edward R., carpenter, bds. 

Wallace, near Comox. 
Bennett, Hugh, miner, h. Pine, near 

Victoria Road. 
Bennett, James, emp. R. P. L. Co., Ivs. 

First, near Stewart Ave. 
Bennett, James O., miner, Ivs. Pri- 
deaux, near Hecate. 
Bennett, John, cigarmaker, Ivs. First, 

near Stewart Ave. 
Bennett, John, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 

near Hecate. 
Bennett, Lilian, nurse Nanaimo Hos- 
pital, Ivs. same. 



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Bennett, Paul (Akenhead & Bennett), 
h. Nicol, near Finlayson. 

Bennett, Thomas, miner, h. Farquhar, 
near Haliburton. 

Bennett, Wm., blacksmith B. C. Car- 
riage Co., h. Kennedy St. 

Bennie, Crawford, tracklayer, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Wentworth. 

Bent, W'm., miner, h. Richards, near 
Wentworth. 

Benton, Bramley, driver. Fire Dept., 
Ivs. Prideaux, near Victoria Road. 

Benton, Edwin, planerman, Ivs. Pri- 
deaux, near Victoria Road. 

Benton, Airs. Eliz., widow, li. Prideaux, 
near Victoria Road. 

Benton, Ralph, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 
near Victoria Road. 

Bergeron, Noah, clerk Powers & Doyle, 
h. Milton, near Fitzwilliam. 

Berendt, F. brusher. 

Berisford, Eliza, h. Nicol, near Need- 
ham. 

Berglund, Peter, miner, h. Haliburton. 

Bertram, George, teamster, I. X. L. 
stables, h. Milton St. 

Bettner, W., pusher. 

Bevan, James, butcher, D. H. Beckley. 

Beveridge, Elizabeth, widow of Wm., h. 
Prideaux, corner Franklyn. 

Bevilockway, Geo., general merchan- 
dise, Bastion, corner Skinner, h. 
Stewart Ave. 

Bibby, W., carpenter, bds. Queen's Ho- 
tel. 

Biggs, Alfred, -machine runner, h. Ken- 
nedy. 

Biggs, Wm., laborer, h. Pine, near Vic- 
toria Road. 

Billie, Raftaele, h. Wesley, near Frank- 
lyn. 

Bilton, Edward, iminer, h. Haliburton, 
near Dickson. 

Bindon, Herbert H., livery stables, Ni- 
col, near Farquhar. 

Bird, Ernest H., Manager Canadian 
Bank of Commerce, h. Chapel. 

Black, David, carpenter, h. Wallace, 
near Franklyn. 

Black Jack Saloon, Comox Road, op- 
posite Bridge St., h.. Comox Road 
and Wallace. 

BlackstafEe, Wm., engineer W. F. Co., 
Ivs. Nicol, near Farquhar. 

Blank, A., Wharf Assistant. 

Blank, Louis, Manager Fletcher Bros., 
h. Wallace, corner Comox Road. 

Blood, Daniel, miner, h. Prideaux, near 
Comox. 

Bloxham, James, employ waterworks, 
h. Victoria Road, near Milton. 



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Blundell, Joseph, teamster, h. Halibur- 
ton, near Sebastion. 

Blundell, Lizzie, clerk Mrs. Rowe, Ivs. 
Haliburton. 

Boggiano, D., Proprietor Globe Hotel, 
Front St. 

Bolton, James, miner, h. Strickland. 

Bone, William J., teamster, h. Kennedy, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Booker, Albert, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Booker, Arthur, bottomer. 

Booker, Nellie, waitress. Hotel Wilson. 

Booker, Thomas, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Booth, Albert E., operator C. P. R. 
Telegraph, h. Lubbock Sq. 

Booth, Arthur, cigar maker, h. Fitz- 
william, corner Milton. 

Booth, Arthur R., apprentice, Ivs. Selby 
near Albert. 

Booth, Edward, miner, bds. Stewart 
Avenue, near Second. 

Booth, Fred R., apprentice, E. W. 
Harding, Ti. Milton St. 

Booth, James, blacksmith W. F. Co., 
h. Machleary, corner Victoria Road. 

Booth, Joseph, Proprietor Cuban 
Blossom Cigar Factory, h. Fitz- 
' William, cor. Milton. 

Booth, Lewis, clerk G. S. Pearson & 
Co., h. Kennedy St. 

Booth, M. J., h. Fitzwilliam. 

Booth, Richard, miner, h. Selby, near 
Albert. 

Booth, Robert, miner, h. Kennedy, near 
Hecate. 

Booth, Thomas B., reporter. Daily 
Herald, h. Prideaux, near Albert. 

Booth, Wm., bds. Stewart Ave., near 
Second. 

Booty, Wm., -miner, bds. Palace Hotel, 

Boss, Walter, Employe Hamilton Pow- 
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Botley, Fred A., shoemaker, Ivs. Pri- 

■deaux, near Comox. 
Botley, Harry, clerk David Spencer, 

Ltd., Ivs. Prideaux. 
Botley, Henry, shoemaker, Victoria 

Crescent., h. Prideaux, near Comox 

Road. 
Bovyer, George M., clerk W. F. Co., h. 

5 acre. 
Bow Kee, laundry, Haliburton, corner 

Dickson. 
Bowman, Arthur, architect, h. Albert 

corner Selby. 
Bowden, Wm. J., clerk Quennels, Nicol, 

near Needham. 
Bowen, Cornelius, watchman, h. Milton 

near Albert. 
Bowen, Elizabeth, operator, B. C. Tel. 

Co., Ivs. Milton, near Albert. 
Bowen, George H., cigar imaker, Ivs. 

Milton, near Albert. 
Bowen, John C, miner, Ivs. Milton, 

near Albert. 
Bowen, Joseph E., miner, Ivs. Milton, 

near Albert. 
Bowley, John, miner, h. Haliburton, 

near Pinlayson. 
Bowley, S. G., accountant, h. Front. 
Bowman, A. W., h. Albert. 
Boyce, Henry, Quartermaster SS. City 

of Nanaimo, Ivs. Victoria Road, 

corner Farquhar. 
Boyce, Joseph, surveyor W. F. Co., Ivs. 

Victoria Road, corner Farquhar. 
Boyce, Tully, Jr., machinist W. F. Co., 

Ivs. Victoria Road, cor. Farquhar. 
Boyce, Tully, Sr., foreman W. F. Co., 

h. Victoria Road, corner Farquhar. 
Boyce, W-m., First Mate, SS. City of 

Nanaimo, Ivs. Victoria Road, cor- 
ner Farquhar. 
Boyd, Thomas J., miner, Ivs. Wallace, 

near Campbell. 
Boynton, Prank J., Priv. Sec. T. R. 

Stockett, bds. Wilson Hotel. 
Bozzie, Andrew, miner, h. Nicol, near 

Grace. 
Bradbury, Josiah, driver, h. Nicol. 
Bradford, Alfred, Capt., mariner, h. 

Prideaux, near Albert. 
Bradley, Jas. laborer. 



Bradshaw, Albert E., miner, h. Strick- 
land. 

Bradshaw, George B., h. Vancouver 
Ave., near Second. 

Bramley, Mrs. E., h. Fry, nr. Farquhar. 

Bramley, Clara, clerk, D. Spencer's Ltd. 
h. Fry. 

BRANDON FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
Aitken & McLellan, agents. 

Bray, Marshall, Prov. Govt. Agent & 
Gold Com., h. Robarts, cor. Hecate. 

Bray, Henry R., student, h. Robarts, 
corner Hecate. 

Breck, Luther W., operator, C. P. R. 
Telegraphs, bds. Commercial. 

Brennan, Peter, barber. Commercial, 
h. Wallace St. 

Brennan, Richard, miner, h. Comox, 
near Machleary. 

Brennan, Wm., miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Dickson. 

Brightman, Flora, operator B. C. Tele- 
phone Co., h. Milton St. 

Brighton, Luther, miner, h. Milton, cor- 
ner Hecate. 

Brighton, Samuel, miner, h. Milton, 
near Albert. 

British Columbia Telephone Co., Bas- 
tion, near Commercial, Geo. E. T. 
Pittendrigh, manager. 

Brittania Hotel, Robt. Robertson, prop.. 
Commercial St. 

Brodie, Peter G., clerk, Wm. Hoggan, 
Ivs. Stewart Ave., near Fifth. 

Bromley, Fred, bartender. Crescent 
Hotel, h. Haliburton, near Farqu- 
har. 

Brough, T., brusher. 

Brough, Wm., miner, h. Gillespie. 

Brown, Albert H., jeweler apprentice, 
h. Kennedy, near Franklyn. 

Brown, Allen, chaffeur, bds. Vendome 

Brown, Arthur, carpenter, h. Vancou- 
ver Ave., corner Fourth. 

Brown, Benjamin, logger, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Brown, Benj. D., farmer, h. suburbs. 

Brown, Chris, miner, h. Dunsmuir. 

Brown, Edward, -miner, h. Albert, near 
Dunsmuir. 

Brown, Elizabeth, South Ward School. 

Brown, Frank, miner, h. Richards, near 
Wentvvorth. 

Brown, George B., dentist. Com- 
mercial, cor. Church, h. Mach- 
leary, near Fitzwilliam. 

Brown, George E.. purser SS. "Joan." 
Brown, George S., teamster. Union 

Brewery, h. Lubbock Sq. 
Brown, Isaac, miner. Ivs. Victoria Rd., 

near Pine. 
Brown, James, printer's apprentice, 
Ivs. Milton, near Fitzwilliam. 



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Brown, James M., h. Hecate, cor, Pri- 

deaux. 
Brown, James W., butcher, h. Mach- 

leary, near Fitzwilliam. 
Brown, John W., teamster, h. Skinner, 

near Bastion. 
BROWN, JOSEPH M., jeweler, Church 

near Front, h. Kennedy, near 

Franklyn. 
Brown, Margaret, nurse, Nanaimo 

Hospital. 
Brown, Nellie, cashier David Spencer, 

Ltd., Ivs. Haliburton. 
Brown, Robert, retired, h. Albert, cor. 

Selby. 
Brown, Thomas, engineer W. P. Co., 

Haliburton, near Dicksonfl 
Brown, Thomas, miner, Victoria Rd., 

near Pine. 
Brown, Thomas, Jr., employee saw- 
mill, Ivs. Haliburton, near Dick- 
son. 
Brown, Thomas L., miner, h. Wallace, 

cor. Campbell. 
Brown, Wm., blacksmith W. F. Co., 

h. Stewart Ave., near 4th. 
Brown, Wm., mechanic, h. Haliburton, 

near Farquhar. 
Brown, Wm., miner, h. Dunsmuir. 
Brownlee, John, miner, bds, Queen's 

Hotel. 
Brownlee, Wm., clerk Wm. Langton, 

h. Milton, near Franklyn. 
Bruce, John, mason, h. Commercial. 
Brunt, Harry, roperider. 
BRYANT, CHARLES F., harness 

maker, Victoria Cres., Ivs. cor. 

Kennedy and Albert. 
Bryant, Henry G. G., Ivs, Albert, cor. 

Kennedy. 
Bryant, Herbert T. M., engineer, Ivs. 

Albert, cor. Kennedy. 
Bryant, John C, Hotel Bastion, cor. 

Skinner. 
Bryant, Reginald W., clerk E. Ker- 

mode, h. Albert, cor. Kennedy. 
Bryant, Thomas, teacher Mountain 

School, h. Albert, cor. Kennedy. 
Brydone, Jack C. B., bank clerk, h. 

Commercial. 
Buckle, Bert, clerk V. H. Watchorn, 

h. 5 acre plot. 
Buckle, Thos. J., tailor, J. A. Cald- 
well, h. 5 acre lots. 
Bulman, Thomas, lineman, h. Union 

Ave., cor. 4th. 
Burnham, G. J., h. Northfleld. 
Burrows, Chas. E., clerk, h. Kennedy. 
Burtholme, George, insurance agent, 

h. Milton. 
Busby, Fred. A., employee J. Hemans 

& Co., h. Kennedy, cor. Franklyn. 
Bushfleld, Joseph, carpenter, h. Vic- 
toria Rd. near Farquhar. , 



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Byers, Fred. W., engineer E. L, P. &. 
H. Co., res. city limits, near 4th St. 

Byers, Joseph, engineer Electric Light 
Works, Ivs. Newcastle Townsite. 

Byers, Thomas, eng., Elec. Light Works 
h. Newcastle Townsite. 

Byrne, Frank, laborer, bds. Occidental 
Hotel. 

Cain, John, fisherman, h. Waterfront. 

Cairnes, Andrew, miner, h. Com- 
mercial. 

Cairns, James, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Cairns, Thomas, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Calbick, Mrs. George, widow, h. 
Chapel. 

Caldwell, Cecil, Ivs. Newcastle Ave., 
near 1st. 

Caldwell, James A., tailor. Com- 
mercial, h. Newcastle Ave., near 
1st. 

Calderhead, Thomas B., clerk Powers 
& Doyle, Ivs. Robart, cor. Vic- 
toria Rd. 

Callow, Chas., loader, h. Victoria Rd. 

Calverley, Cecil A., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Calverley, Henry D., miner, Ivs. 5 
acre. 

Calverley, John, farmer, h. 5 acre. 

Calverley, John, Jr., farmer, h. 5 acre. 

Calverley, Joseph, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Calverley, Sidney, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Calverley, Walter, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Calverley, Wm., jr., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Calverley, Wm., sr., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Cameron, Wm., miner, bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

Campbell, Daniel (Nanaimo Book & 
Music Co.), h. Kennedy, near Al- 
bert. 

Campbell, George, laborer citj^ h. Nicol, 
near Dickson. 

Campbell, James, blacksmith, h. Mach- 
leary. 

Camsall, Friend, miner, bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, 
THE, E. H. BIRD, manager, corner 
Church and Chapel Streets. 

Canadian Pacific Railway, ticket of- 
fice 'Wm. McGirr, agent, Com- 
mercial, near Bastion. 

Canadian Pacific telegraph, W. F. 
Archibald, agent. Commercial St. 



Lawrence Goodacre & Sons 

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS. 1327 Government, Gor. Johnson, Victoria 



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Established 1858 



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Phone 695 



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Nanaimo 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

Stocks, Bonds, High 
Grade Investments. 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitan Block 
VICTORIA, B. C. 



Capman, John, employee H. P. Co., 
Ivs. 4th, near Union Ave. 

Capstick, Ralph, brusher, h. Comox Rd. 

Capstick, Sam, miner, bds. Queen's 
Hotel. 

Carlson, Charles, piledriver, h. Front. 

Carlson, Gust., dairy, Haliburton at 
city limits. 

Carnelley, Thomas, miner, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Comox. 

Carr, John, miner, h. Victoria Rd., 
near Machleary. 

Carr, Joseph E., brusher, h. suburbs. 

Carroll, H., fire boss W. F. Co., h. 
Strickland, cor. Robins. 

Carrol, Joseph, miner, h. Wesley, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Carruthers, Isaac, miner, h. New- 
castle Townsite. 

Carruthers, Joseph, laborer city, bds. 
Queen's Hotel. 

Carter, Alfred, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

Cartmell, J., roperider. 

Cartwright, Frank, employee Nana- 
imo Foundry. 

Cartwright, J., loader. 

Case, Ernest W., upholsterer, Wal- 
lace St., h. Milton. 

Causley, John, civil engineer, h. Front. 

Cavalsty, George, clerk Hirst's 
grocery, h. Esplanade, near Fin- 
layson. 

Cavenaile, Ernest, miner, h. Richards, 
near Campbell. 

Cawthorne, Benjamin, miner, Ivs. 5 
acre. 

Cawthorne, George, miner, Ivs. 5 
acre. 

Cawthorne, Leonard, miner, Ivs. 5 
acre. 

Cemetery, Comox Rd., cor. Wallace St. 

Central Hotel, H. Wilkinson, pro- 
prietor. Commercial St. 

Chadwick, Harry, miner, Ivs. Ken- 
nedy, near Albert. 

Chadwick, Jane, Mrs, h. Kennedy, 
near Albert. 

Chadwick, Samuel, miner, h. Frank- 
lyn, near E. & N. Rly. 

Challinor, Wm., miner, h. Albert, near 
Selby. 

Chalmers, Charles M., harness maker, 
h. Selby. 



Chambers, Thomas, engineer W. F. 
Co., Prideaux, near Victoria Rd. 

Chan, L. O. & Co., tailors, cor. Bas- 
tion and Skinner. 

Chapman, George, miner, h. Albert, 
cor. Selby. 

Chapman, George, shoemaker, E. Ker- 
mode, h. Albert. 

Charlton, Wm., miner, Ivs. Victoria 
Rd., near Pine. 

Charman, Arthur H., bookkeeper, h. 
Wentworth. 

Charman, Frank, bookkeeper, h. 
Wentworth. 

Charman, Herbert, carpenter, h. 
Wentworth, near Kennedy. 

Chilton, David, miner, 5 acre. 

Chilton, George, miner, 5 acre. 

Chilton, Harry, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Chinatown (new), Machleary, cor. 
Hecate. 

Chinatown (old), city limits, near 
Hecate. 

Ciceroni, Joseph, confectionery and 
fruits, Victoria Cres. 

City Clerk, Samuel Gough. 

Clark, Andrew, shoemaker, bds. Cres- 
cent Hotel. 

Clark, Fred. S., confectioner. Com- 
mercial, h. Milton, near Frank- 
lyn. 

Clark, George, auto driver, h. Irwin, 
near Finlayson. 

Clark, Gertie, waitress, Wilson Hotel. 

Clark, James, miner, h. Brechin. 

Clark, John T., clerk Assessor De- 
partment Provincial Government, 
h. Irwin, cor. Dickson. 

Clark, Matthew T., expressman, h. 
Nicol, near Finlayson. 

Clark, Wm. M., painter, h. Skinner, 
near Bastion. 

Clarke, Thomas D., contractor, h. 
Nichol. 

Clarkson, N., driver. 

Clarkson, W., driver. 

Clements, C, driver. 

Clignon, C, brusher. 

Clydesdale, John, miner, h. Mach- 
leary, near Comox. 

COBURN, JOHN W., PRESIDENT 
AND MANAGER THE LADY- 
SMITH LUMBER CO., LTD., 
RES. 3RD, COR. STEWART, 
NEWCASTLE TOWNSITE. 
PHONE 37. 

Coburn, Ralph, watchman, h. Wallace, 
near Campbell. 

Coburn, Stephen, employee R. F. L. 
Co., h. Richard, cor. Wentworth. 

Coburn, William H., laborer, Ivs. Pri- 
deaux, near Fitzwilliam. 

Cock, Florence, widow of F. L., h. 
Machleary, near Fitzwilliam. 



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Cocking's Livery Stables, Haliburton. 

Code, Mrs. Sarah, Ivs. Irwin, near 
Dickson. 

Colclough, Ray, miner, Ivs. Albert, 
near Milton. 

Coles, A., brusher. 

Coles, Robert, miner, h. Fry, near Fin- 
layson. 

Collier, George, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Albert. 

Collisham, John, farmer, h. suburbs. 

COLONIAL FIRE ASSURANCE CO., 
Altken & McLellan, agents. 

Colquhoun, Agnes, cashier David 
Spencer, Ltd., Ivs, Kennedy. 

Colquhoun, John, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Columbus Hotel, Albert Combatley, 
proprietor, Haliburton, cor. Need- 
ham. 

Combatley, Albert, proprietor Col- 
umbus Hotel. 

Commercial Hotel, A. Balzano, pro- 
prietor. Commercial, cor. Bas- 
tion. 

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE 
CO., LTD., A. E. Planta, Ltd., 
agents. 

CONFEDERATION LIFE ASSOCIA- 
TION, A. E. Planta, Ltd., agents. 

Connelly, Michael, h. Vancoucer Ave., 
cor. 1st. 

Conners, Samuel, miner, h. Strick- 
land. 

Connors, Daniel, employee R. F. L. 
Co., bds. The Shades. 

Cook, Arthur, carpenter, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Cook, David, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Dickson. 

Cook, Ezra S., farmer, h. Wallace, 
near Campbell. 

Cook, Frederick R., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Cook, Harry, carpenter, bds. Victoria 
Cres. 

Cook, James, miner, Ivs, Haliburton, 
near Dickson. 

Cook, James, miner, bds. Occidental 
Hotel. 

Cook, James, miner, bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

Cook, William, watchman mine, 
h. Nicol St. Alley. 

Coombs, Alex., miner, h. Nicol, near 
Farquhar. 

Cooper, Arthur, miner, h. Franklyn, 
near E. & N. Rly. 

Cooper, Harry, machine helper. 

Cooper, Reginald G., carpenter, h. 
Esplanade, cor. Dickson. 

Cooper, William, miner h. Kennedy, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Copeland, J., brusher. 

Corcoran, Gertie, Ivs. Victoria Cres. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

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Corcoran, Patrick, miner, Ivs. Vic- 
toria Cres. 

Cork, Geo., Mrs., h. 2nd, near railway. 

Cormons, A., brusher. 

Cornfield, Sarah J., widow of Albert, 
h. Milton, near Wentworth. 

Cornfield, Wm S., miner, Ivs, Milton, 
near Wentworth. 

Cornish, Thomas W., shingler, h. Fry, 
near Finlayson. 

Coromis, Enrico, employee brewery. 

COSMOPOLITAN MARKET, E. Quen- 
nell & Sons, Props., Commercial St. 

Cottle, Ernest, employee Nanaimo 
Foundry. 

Cottle, Joseph J., clerk A. R. John- 
ston & Co., h. Milton. 

Coultard, Pearson, miner, h. Pine, 
near Nicol. 

Coundley, Norah, miner, h. Milton, 
near Hecate. 

Coundley, Wm., coal wharfinger, W. F. 
Co., h. Esplanade, corner Grace. 

Cousins, Peter T., lineman C. P. R. 
Telegraph, h. Franklyn. 

Cowden, Samuel, brusher, h. Kennedy, 
near Comox. 

Cowie, Archibald (G. S. Pearson & Co.) 
h. Irwin St. 

Cowie, James, machinist W. F. Co., Ivs. 
Irwin, near Esplanade. 

Cowie, John, engineer, Ivs. Irwin, near 
Esplanade. 

Cowie, Mrs. A., h. Irwin, near Esplan- 
ade. 

Cowman, Charles, miner, bds. Prideaux 
near Hecate. 

Craig, Agnes M., clerk P.O., Ivs. Went- 
worth, corner Selby. 

Craig, John, miner, h. Milton, near Al- 
bert. 

Craig, Margaret, widow of Ralph, Ivs. 
Wentworth, corner Selby. 

Craig, Stanley, blacksmith, h. Bastion. 

Craig, Wm. G., miner, h. Fitzwilliam, 
near Kennedy. 

Creighton, James, miner, bds. Comox, 
cor. Wallace. 

Crellin, Robert, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Needham. 

Crescent Dye Works, Alex. Gibbons, 
proprietor, Victoria Cres. 



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Crescent Hotel, Sam Jones, proprietor, 

"Viotoriri, Or6S 
CRESCENT MARKET, E. Quennell 

& Sons, Props., Meats, Victoria 

Cres. 
Crewe, Frederick, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Crewe, Henry, florist, Comox, cor. 

Milton, res. same. 
Critchley, Albert, clerk W. H. Morton, 

h. Haliburton. 
Critcliley, Seth, miner, h. Milton, cor. 

Hecate. 
Crooks, Harry, miner, bds. Balmoral 
Crooks, James, miner, bds. Balmoral 
Crossan, Andrew, miner, h. Milton, 

near Victoria Rd. 
Crossan, James, cliief of police, h. 

Front. 
Crossan, Tliomas, driver D. H. Beck- 
ley, h. Milton, near Victoria Rd. 
Crowe, Wm., h. Holly Ave., cor. 3rd. 
Crown Theatre, Commercial St. 
Cruikshank, Frank, carpenter, h. 

Selby. 
Crutchley, James, miner, h. Nicol, 

near Milton. 
Cullam, Thomas, miner, bds. Albert, 

near Selby. 
Cullam, Wm. A., bds. Albert, near 

Selby. 
Culligan, John, laborer, h. Selby, near 

Franklyn. 
Culllshaw, John, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Cummings, Thomas, engineer, bds. 

Comox, cor. Wallace. 
Cunningham, Alex. C, bookkeeper W. 

F. C, h. Farquhar, near Victoria 
Cunningham, Archibald, farmer, 

Wakesiah Park. 
Cunningham, Arthur, miner, h. Brech- 
in. 
Cunningham, Edward, miner, h. 

Brechin. 
Cunningham, James, miner, bds. 

Selby, near Wentworth. 
Cunningham, John, logger, h. Hare- 
wood. 
Cunningham, Thomas, farm manager 

W. F. C, h. 5 acre. 
Curtis, Wm., carpenter, bds. Selby, 

near depot. 



Cusack, Robert J., laborer, h. Mach- 

leary, near Franklyn. 
Cuthbert, George, carpenter, h. 5 

acre. 
Czerniansky, M., brusher. 
Dailey, Daniel G., barber, Commercial 

h. Stewart. 
Daihling, Wm., laborer, h. Prideaux, 

near Comox. 
Dalton, Charles, miner, bds. Victoria 

Crescent. 
Dalton, John, miner, Ivs, Nicol, near 

Finlayson. 
Dalton, Nora, waitress, Windsor Hotel. 
Dalton, Richard, bartender. Shades, h. 

Nicol, near Finlayson. 
Davidson, Fred., barber, h. Front, near 

Comox Rd. 
Davidson, James, teamster, h. Frank- 
lyn. 
Davies, Benj. M., clerk h. Nicol, near 

Grace. 
Davies, David, fireman brewery, Ivs. 

Haliburton. 
Davies, Edward, miner, h. Prideaux, 

near Franklyn. 
Davies, Ellis, miner, h. Nicol, near 

Needham. 
Davies, Frank, miner, h. Haliburton, 

near Needham. 
Davies, Fred., barman. Eagle Saloon. 
Davies, George, brewer, h. Haliburton, 

near Dickson. 
Davies, James, proprietor Eagle 

Saloon. 
Davies, Samuel, carpenter, h. Nicol. 
Davis, Alfred A. (Gable & Co.), bds. 

Windsor Hotel. 
Davis, Catherine, widow John, rest- 
aurant. Commercial St. 
Davis, James, h. Crescent. 
Davis, John, miner, bds. Occidental 

Hotel. 
Davis, Laura, Ivs. Union Ave., cor. 

2nd. 
Davis, Lewis T., physician and coron- 
er, h. Albert, near Selby. 
Davis, M., brusher, h. Milton. 
Davison, Frank, miner, h. Irwin, near 

Esplanade. 
Davison, Henry H., Ivs. Selbv, near 

Albert. 
Davison, John H., miner, h. Selby, 

near Albert. 
Davison, Martin, miner, Ivs. Irwin. 

near Esplanade. 
Dawkin, Frank, miner, Ivs. Albert, 

near Selby. 
Dawkin, George, Jr., miner, h. Albert, 

near Selby. 
Dawkin, George, Sr., miner, h. Albert, 

near Selby. 
Dawkin, Walter, miner, Ivs, Albert, 

near Selby. 



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Dawson, Frank, drayman, h. Selby, 
cor. Franklyn. 

Dawson, Jane, widow of Henry, Ivs. 
Selby, cor. Franklyn. 

Dawson, Sidney, miner, Ivs. Selby, cor. 
Franklyn. 

Day, Adolphus G., picture framer, 
Commercial, h. Wentworth, cor. 
Kennedy. 

Day, Daniel, blacksmith B. C. Car- 
riage Co., h. Kennedy, cor Went- 
worth. 

Day, Simeon, fisherman, h. Wharf. 

Dean, Abraham, clerk, G. S. Pearson 
& Co., h. Kennedy St. 

Dean, Andrew, miner, h. Victoria Rd., 
cor. Kennedy. 

Dean, James, miner, Ivs. Prideaux 
cor. Hecate. 

Dean, J., miner, h. Kennedy, nr. Hecate 

Dean, John, Sr., h. Prideaux, cor. 
Hecate. 

Dean, Joseph, miner, h. "Victoria Rd., 
cor. Kennedy. 

Dean, Robert, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 
cor. Hecate. 

Dean, William, h. Kennedy, nr. Albert. 

Dean, William H., clerk G. S. Pear- 
son & Co., h. Kennedy St. 

Decoeur, Joseph, proprietor Dewdrop 
Hotel, Haliburton, near Needham. 

Dee, William, miner, h. Selby, near 
Albert. 

Dendoff, Alfred, cigar maker, h. 
Milton St. 

Dendoff, Hubert (Porteous & Den- 
doff), h. Milton. 

Dent, Charles, bricklayer, h. Hali- 
burton, near Needham. 

Derbyshire, Peter, roper, h. Milton, 
near Victoria Rd. 

Devlin, Edward, fire boss, h. Victoria 
Rd., near Pine. 

Devlin, Harry, h. Brechin. 

Devlin, Henry, overman, h. Needham. 

Devlin, James, miner, h. Strickland. 

Devlin, John, employee W. F. Co., 

Devlin, W., machine runner. 

Dewdrop Hotel, Joseph Decoeur, pro- 
prietor, Haliburton, near Need- 
ham. 

Dick, Archibald W., inspector of 
mines, h. Prideaux, near Comox. 

Dick, Archie, machinist, Nanaimo 
Machine Works, h. Prideaux. 

Dick, Fanny T., principle Middle Ward 
School, Ivs. Prideaux, near Comox. 

Dick, James, Ivs. Prideaux, near 
Comox. 

Dick, James McL., clerk, h. Victoria 
Rd. 

Dick, Robert, blacksmith W. F. Co., 
h. Prideaux, near Comox. 




Dickinson, Charles, agent Pioneer 
Laundry, h. Union Ave., cor 2nd. 

Dickinson, Clifford G., miner, Ivs. 5 
acre. 

Dickinson, John J., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

DILLON, G. P., VETERINARY SUR- 
GEON, Skinner, near Bastion, h. 
same. 

Dilworth, Albert, employee water 
works, h. Union Ave., near 3rd. 

Dixon, Albert V., contractor, h. 
Wentworth, near Milton. 

Dixon, Albert, employee E. L. P. & H. 
Co., h. Kennedy, near Albert. 

Dixon, Frank L., engineer, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Comox Rd. 

Dixon, Frederick B., principal High 
School, h. Union Ave., cor. 2nd. 

Dixon, G., timberer W. F. Co. 

Dixon, Joseph, miner, Ivs. Needham, 
cor, Gillespie. 

Dixon, Joseph, miner, h. Watkins. 

Dixon, Thomas, collector Metropol- 
itan Life Insurance Co., h. Irwin 
near Esplanade. 

Dobeson, Joseph W., Nanaimo Foun- 
dry, Ivs. same. 

Dobeson, Osman, Ivs. Stewart Ave., 
cor 1st. 

Dobeson, Thomas, proprietor Nana- 
imo Foundry, h. Stewart Ave., 
cor. 1st. 

Dobson, David, employee W. F. Co., h. 
Kennedy, near Franklyn. 

Doharty, John J., miner, h. Milton, 
cor, Fitzwilliam. 

Domenis, A., brusher W. F. Co. 

Domenis, B., brusher W. F. Co. 

Domenis, M., brusher W. F. Co. 

Dominick, F., driver W. F. Co. 

Dominion Express Co., W. McGirr, 
manager, Commercial, near Bas- 
tion. 

DOMINION FIRE INSURANCE CO., 
Aitken & McLellan, Agents. 

Dominion Government Telegraphs, 
Allan M. Oliver, manager. 

Donaldson, Frank, blacksmith B. C. 
Carriage Co., h. Union Ave., near 
4th. 

Donaldson, John M. (Andrews & Don- 
aldson), h. Union Ave., nr. Fourth. 



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Donarto, T., pusher W. F. Co. 
Donoghue, Dennis P., carpenter, h. 

Prideaux, cor. Wentworth. 
Doran, J., miner, h. Fitzwilliam. 
Dorricott, Jabez, miner, h. Nicol, near 

Needham. 
Douris, P., brusher. h. Strickland. 
Doward, E., miner, W. F. Co. 
Dowling, C, miner, W. F. Co. 
Doyle, J. F. (The Powers & Doyle 

Co.), bds. Windsor Hotel. 
Dragintor, T., pusher W. F. Co. 
Drake, David, h. Prideaux. 
Drake, F, machinist W. F. Co. 
Drake, John, miner, h. Prideaux, near 

Victoria Rd. 
Drake, Polly, clerk Mrs. Rowe, Ivs. 

Needham. 
Drake, Samuel, Sheriff, County of 

Nanaimo, h. Needham. 
Drew, L., driver. 
Drew, Richard, laborer, h. Fraser. 
Drysdale, Wm. F., physician and 

health officer, h. Stewart Ave., 

near 1st. 
Duca, John B., miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 

near Franklyn. 
Dudley, James, fire 'boss, h. Prideaux, 

near Comox. 
Duffy, Thomas, miner, h. Richards, 

near Wentworth. 
Dugan, James, employee R. F. L. Co., 

Northfield. 
Duggan, Gertrude, Ivs. Selby, near 

depot. 
Dumont, Frank (Pausche & Dumont), 

Ivs. Irwin, near Dickson. 
Dumont, Henry, farmer, Wellington. 
Dunbar, George, farmer, Wellington. 
Dunbar, Georgina, waitress. Queen's 

Hotel. 
Dunbar, James, bartender, bds. 

Queen's Hotel. 
Dunbar, Jessie, waitress, Queen's 

Hotel. 
Duncan, John, bds. Queen's Hotel. 
Duncan, James, miner, h. Nicol. 
Dunsmore, Alexander, miner, h. Ken- 
nedy. 
Dunsmore, Wm., miner, Ivs. 2nd, near 

Stewart Ave. 
Durston, Mable, h. Fraser. 
Dykes, Isaac, pusher, Ivs. Kennedy, 

near Hecate. 



Dykes, John, cigar maker, h. Kennedy, 
near Hecate. 

Dykes, Joseph, bratticeman, h. Ken- 
nedy, near Hecate. 

Dykes, Joseph W., miner, h. Prirleaux. 
near Hecate. 

Eaden, Wm., h. Prideaux, near Mill 
St. 

Eagle Saloon, James Davies, pro- 
prietor, Victoria Cres. 

Earl, George, musician opera house, 
h. Nicol, near Finlayson. 

Earlson, Oscar, clerk, E. Pimbury & 
Co., h. Milton St. 

Ecclestone, James, miner, bds. Occi- 
dental Hotel. 

Ecclestone, John, miner, bds. Occi- 
dental Hotel. 

Eddy, David, miner, bds. Crescent 
Hotel. 

Edmiston, Wm., miner, h. Hecate, 
cor. Milton. 

Edmunds, Wm., miner, Farquhar, near 
Haliburton. 

Edwards, Edward, miner, Ivs. Mach- 
leary, near Fitzwilliam. 

Ellis, R., brusher, W. F. Co. 

Ellis, Thomas, h. Newcastle Town- 
site. 

Ellison, Michael, carpenter, h. New- 
castle Townsite. 

Elliott, David H., carpenter, h. Hecate, 
cor. Selby. 

Elliott, F., Mrs., Ivs. Wallace, near 
Wentworth. 

Elliott, Laura, waitress, Windsor 
Hotel. 

Embleton, W., brusher, W. F. Co. 

Emerick, E., laborer, W. F. Co. 

Emerick, George, bartender Crescent 
Hotel. 

EMPIRE BREWERY, Peter Weigle, 
Prop., Comox, cor. Kennedy. 

English, Francis, miner, h. Prideaux 

near Albert. 
EQUITY FIRE INSURANCE CO., 
Aitken & McLellan, Agents. 

Erlanson, Oscar, clerk. Powers & 
Doyle Co., h. Kennedv St. 

E. & N. Rly. Depot, Selby St., Wm. 
A. Wood, agent. 

Evans, Edward H., miner, h. Comox, 
near Wallace. 

Evans, Henry B., painter, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Evans, Robert, retired, h. Robarts, 
near Hecate. 

Evans, Sam., driver Quennell's, bds. 
Crescent Hotel. 

Evans, Wm. (William & Evans), Vic- 
toria Cres. 

Evans, W., teamster, bds. Crescent 
Hotel. 



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Ewing, John, retired, Haliburton, 

near Needham. 
Ewing, Joseph A., clerk W. F. Co., Ivs. 

Haliburton, near Needham. 
Ewing, Rev. William P., pastor Hali- 
burton St. Methodist Church, h. 

Haliburton, near Needham. 
Fanning, James W., tailor J. A. Cald- 
well, h. Albert. 
Fanning, John, miner, Ivs. Kennedy, 

near Hecate. 
Farmer, Harrj', miner, h. Kennedy, 

near Albert. 
Fames, Albert, miner, bds. Comox, cor. 

Wallace. 
Fames, George, miner, bds. Comox. 

cor. Wallace. 
Farr, A., miner, W. F. Co. 
Farr, G., driver, W. P. Co. 
Farxar, James A., carpenter, h. 

Albert, near Prideaux. 
Farrar, Joseph, miner, h. 4th, near 

Holly Ave. 
Faulkner, Albert, clerk, Windsor 

Hotel. 
Fava, C, brusher W. F. Co. 
Fawcett, Thomas, retired, bds. Skinner 

near Bastion. 
Fawkes, Thomas, miner, bds. Selby, 

near depot. 
Fear, Wm., miner, h. Haliburton, cor. 

Dickson. 
Fearon, Walker, miner, h. Needham, 

near Gillespie. 
Fearn, Sarah, farmer, Northfield. 
Fenn, Frank B., employee Nanaimo 

Foundry. 
Fenn, C. H., miner W. F. Co. 
Ferguson, John A., conductor C.P.R., 

h. Milton, near Fitzwilliam. 
Ferguson, Wm., employee Nanaimo 

Foundry, h. Northfield. 
Ferguson, Wm., laborer, h. Nicol, near 

Grace. 
Ferguson, W. B., engineer power 

plant. 
Ferguson, Wm. J., tracklayer W. F. 

Co. h. Dickson, near Haliburton. 
Fewkes, John C, miner, h. Haliburton, 

cor. Finlayson. 
Filley, G., brusher W. F. Co. 
Fire Hall, John Parkin, chief. 
Fisher, Frederick C, music teacher, 

h. Kennedy, near Albert 
Fisher, George, engineer W F. Co., h. 

Victoria Rd., near Prideaux. 
Fisher, George H., clerk Royal Bank, 

h. Kennedy, near Albert. 
Fisher, James, operator The Daily 

Herald, h. Palace Hotel. 
Fletcher Bros. (George, James and 

Thomas Fletcher), pianos. 
Fletcher, Miss Etta, cTerk David 

Spencer, Ltd., h. Prideaux. 



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Fletcher, George (Fletcher Bros.), h. 
Newcestle Ave., near 4th. 

Fletcher, James (Fletcher Bros.), h. 
Victoria, B. C. 

Fletcher, Thomas (Fletcher Bros.), h. 
Victoria, B. C. 

Flynn, John, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Dickson. 

Forcimmer, Benj., jeweler. Commercial 
h. Milton, near Franklyn. 

Foreman, John D., mariner, h. water- 
front. 

Foreman, Richard, orderly Nanaimo 
Hospital, Ivs. same. 

Forrest, Wm. H., city employee, Ivs. 
Fry, near Finlayson. 

Forrest, Mrs. W., widow, h. Fry, near 
Findlayson. 

Forrester, Alexander, builder and 
contractor. Wharf, near Com- 
mercial, h. Wentworth, near Pri- 
deaux. 

Forresters Hall, Skinner, cor. Bastion. 

Fort, Joseph (Qliinn & Fort), Ivs. 
Dunsmuir. 

Foster, Gladstone, painter. Chapel St., 
h. 5 acre lots. 

Fowler, Alfred, carpenter, h. Wallace, 
near Campbell. 

Fox, prospector, h. Wesley, cor. 
Franklyn. 

Fox, D., brusher W. F. Co. 

Fox, George, employee Nanaimo Foun- 
dry. 

Fox, John, pressfeeder. Free Press, h. 
Franklyn. 

Fox, John, B., miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Finlayson. 

FOX, JOSEPH, PROPRIETOR WIND- 
SOR HOTEL. 

Foy, Edna, clerk David Spencer, Ltd., 
Ivs. Richard. 



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Foy, Ellsworth, principal Central 
School, h. Franklyn, near Kennedy. 

Foy, W., miner, W. F. Co. 

Frame, James, miner, h. 17, Halibur- 
ton, near Grace. 

Frame, John, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Needham. 

Frame, Margaret M., teacher Central 
School. 

Frame, May B., South Ward School. 

EYancis, Enoch, miner, h. Irwin, near 
Farquhar. 

Frank, E., brusher, W. F. Co. 

Eraser, Alex., gardener, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Eraser, Mrs. Eliz., h. Esplanade, near 
Dickson. 

Fraser, W. M., carpenter, W. F. Co. 

Frears, H., miner, W. F. Co. 

Freeman, Eliza, widow, h. Wallace, 
near Wentworth. 

Freeman, Harry N., laborer, h. Nicol. 

Freeman, Mary H., bookkeeper, J. He- 
mans & Co., h. Wallace, between 
Wentworth and Campbell. 

FREE PRESS (THE NANAIMO), 
Published Daily and Semi-Weekly, 
Norris Bros., publishers, Commer- 
cial Street, Phone 17. 

Freer, Paul, carpenter, Ivs. Franklyn, 
near Dunsmuir. 

Freer, Victor, restaurant, Commercial, 
h. Franklyn, near Dunsmuir. 

Freethy, John, W., clerk David Spencer 
& Co., Ivs. Milton, near Franklyn. 

Freethy, Richard, employee E. L. P. & 
H. Co., h. Milton, near Franklyn. 

Freethy, Sampson J., operator, Free 
Press, h. Selby St. 

Frey, J. C, farmer, Stovely. 

Frost, George H., carpenter, h. Van- 
couver Ave., near Second. 

Frost, Thomas W., carpenter, Ivs. Van- 
couver Ave., near Second. 

Ga'ble Phillip (P. Gable & Co.), h. Hali- 
burton St. 

Gable, Philip & Co. (Philip Gable & 
A. A. Davis), cigar manufacturer. 
Bastion St. 

Galbraith, Daniel A., government log 
scaler, h. Stewart Ave., cor. Second. 

Galloway, Alexander, retired, h. Rob- 
son. 



Galloway, John D., clerk, David Spen- 
cer, Ltd., Ivs. Kennedy, near 
Franklyn. 

Galloway, W., brusher, W. P. Co. 

Ganderton, T., miner, W. F. Co. 

Ganner, Wm. H., express, h. Cavan. 

Gannon, P., brusher, W. F. Co. 

Gard, Edward, painter, h. Haliburton, 
near Farquhar. 

Gardiner, Andrew, miner, h. Went- 
worth, near Selby. 

Gardiner, W., brusher, W F. Co. 

Garman, Morris W., surveyor W. F. Co. 
bds. Hecate, corner Selby. 

Garnett, Frank K, engineer, h. Wal- 
lace, near Comox. 

Gear, James, miner, h. Machleary, near 
Victoria Road. 

Geddes, Samuel, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Hecate. 

Geno, B., pusher, W. F. Co. 

George, Jane, widow, h. Newcastle Ave. 
near First. 

George, Ruth, teacher. Central School. 
Ivs. Newcastle Ave., near First. 

Gerard, Batis, of Gerald Bros., h. Vic- 
toria Road. 

Gerard, Bernard, miner, h. Victoria 
Road, corner Kennedy. 

Gerard Bros. (James & Batis), barbers, 
Victoria Crescent. 

Gerard, Geo., carpenter, W. F. Co. 

Gerard, James (Gerard Bros.), h. Vic- 
toria Road. 

GERMAN AMERICAN INS. CO. 
A. E. Planta, Ltd., Agents. 

Ghiotto, Caesar, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 
near Comox. 

Gibbons, gardener, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Gibbons, Alex., Prop. Crescent Dye 
Works, h. Milton, near Franklyn. 

Gibbs, Wm., laborer, W. F. Co. 

Gibson, Edward, miner, h. Nicol, corner 
Milton. 

Gibson, Hugh, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Milton. 

Gibson, Richard, Pilot Commissioners, 
h. Commercial. 

Gibson, Robert J., clerk Hotel Wilson. 

Gillard, Robert, miner, h. Victoria 
Road, near Pine. 

Gillespie, Duncan, miner, h. Victoria 
Road, corner Milton. 

Gillespie, James, h. Kennedy, near He- 
cate. 

Gillespie, James, miner, h. Machleary, 
near Victoria Road. 

Gillies, Isabella, teacher, Harewood 
iSchool, Ivs. Victoria Road. 

Gillies, Robert, miner, bds. Crescent 
Hotel. 



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Nanaimo 171 



Gillis, Alexander, checker, W. F. Co., h. 
Nicol, near Milton. 

Gillis, Daniel S., miner, h. Brechin. 

Gilmour, Peter, miner, h. Victoria Road 

Glaholm, John W., wharfinger, Na- 
naimo, Wharf, h. Albert, nr. Selby. 

Glaholm, Mrs. Thos., widow, h. Chapel. 

Glaholm, Wm., wharfinger, Hirst's 
Wharf, h. Vancouver Ave. 

Glen, Charles, driver, h. Comox Road. 

Globe Hotel, D. Boggiano, Prop. Front. 

Godfrey, Amos, gold miner, h. Cavan, 
corner Victoria Road. 

Godfrey, James, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Finlayson. 

Gold, J. A., trackman, W. F. Co. 

Gold, Mrs. J., h. Prideaux, near Hecate. 

Gold, Robert, clerk, W. F. Co. 

Good, Henry L., Dom. Govt, surveyor, 
and meteorological aeent, h. Van- 
couver Ave., corner Fifth. 

Good, John H., furniture, Church, h. 
Third St., Newcastle Townsite. 

Goos, Harry, miner, bds. Occidental 
Hotel. 

Gordon, Gilbert J., bartender, Britannia, 
h. Haliburton, near Grace. 

Gordon, Herschal, chief clerk, Custom 
House, h. Newcastle Townsite. 

Gordon, Mrs. J., h. Victoria Road, near 
Milton. 

Gordon, James, driver, W. F. Co., Ivs. 
Haliburton, near Needham. 

Gordon, James, Jr., clerk, Ivs. Milton, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Gordon, James, Sr., Agent Victoria 
Phoenix Brewery, h. Milton, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Gordon, Joseph, miner, h. Nicol. 

Gordon, Kenneth, carpenter, h. Second, 
near railway. 

Gordon, Peter, farmer. 

Gordon, Thomas, teaming, h. Halibur- 
ton, corner Grace. 

Goss, JH., rockman, W. F. Co. 

Gouge, Frederick P., Prop. The Shades, 
Ivs. same. 

Gough, E. Hiram, compositor. The 
Daily Herald, h. Skinner St. 

Gough, Samuel, city clerk, h. Skinner, 
near Bastion. 

Gould, Mary, clerk, David Spencer, Ltd. 
Ivs. Prideaux. 

Gourlay, David, driver, J. Wilson, Ivs. 
5 acres. 

Gourlay, James, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Gourlay, Peter, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Government Telegraph OfHce, Allan M. 
Oliver, manager. 

Gowlland, Richard, miner, h. Halibur- 
ton, near Robins. 



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Grafton, Albert, Ivs. Victoria, near 
Milton. 

Grafton, Charles, electrician, h. Vic- 
toria Road, near Milton. 

Graham, Charles, machinist, W. F. Co., 
h. Victoria Road, near Farquhar. 

Graham, Charles, underground mana- 
ger, W. F. Co., h. Victoria Road, 
near Milton. 

Graham, George, city laborer, h. Vic- 
toria Road, corner Prideaux. 

Graham, John, miner, bds. Crescent 
Hotel. 

Graham, John, miner, Ivs. Nicol, near 
Dickson. 

Graham, John S., employee W. F. Co., 
h. Farquhar, near Nicol. 

Graham, John W., barber, h. Fry, near 
Finlayson. 

Graham, Thomas, mine superintendent, 
W. F. Co., h. Nicol, near Farquhar. 

Graham, Wm. R., bartender. Central 
Hotel, h. Kennedy St. 

Graham, Martha, waitress Wilson Ho- 
tel. 

Grand Hotel, Pausche & Dumont, 
props. Victoria Crescent. 

Grant, J. A., weighman, h. Selby. 

Grant, John J., managing director, Van- 
couver & Nanaimo Coal Co., h. 
Milton, near Comox. 

Grant, Thomas A., miner, h. Milton, 
near Albert. 

Grant, May B., teacher. Central School. 

Grant, Thomas A., h. Milton, near Al- 
bert. 

Gray, James, miner, h. Haliburton, nr. 
Needham. 

Gray John, teamster, Ivs. Nicol. 

Gray, John, miner, bds. Victoria Cres- 
cent. 



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Gray, John Watson, miner, h. Nicol, 
near Needham. 

Grav, Wm. W., confectioner. Commer- 
cial, h. Nicol St. 

Greaves, Henry B., agent Halse BIocIj. 

Green, Ciias., bralieboy, W. F. Co. 

Green, Francis, miner, h. Strickland. 

Green, Henry, clerk Powers &, Doyle 
Co., h. Nicol St. 

Green, John A., miner, h. 53 Irwin, near 
Dickson. 

Green, Thomas, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Greenaway, J., timberman, W. F. Co. 

Greenaway, Samuel, miner, ii. Milton, 
near Victoria Road. 

Greenaway, Sarah A., waitress, Wind- 
sor Hotel. 

Greenshields, George, engineer SS. Ibis. 

Greenshields, John M., engineer, h. 1st 
corner Newcastle Ave. 

Greenwell, Archie, miner, Ivs. Milton, 
near Victoria Road. 

Greenwell, Isaac, miner, Ivs. Milton, 
near Victoria Road. 

Greenwell, John, miner, h. Milton, near 
Victoria Road. 

Greenwell, Thomas, miner, Ivs. Milton, 
near Victoria Road. 

Gregory, John, miner, h. Haliburton, 
past city limits. 

Greig, A., miner, W. F. Co. 

Grey, John W., rockman, h. Nicol. 

Grieve, William, carpenter, h. Milton, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Griffiths, Benjamin, miner, h. Fourth 
St., near Holly Ave. 

Griffiths, David J., miner, Ivs. Milton, 
near Albert. 

Griffiths, Ernest, clerk, David Spencer, 
Ltd., h. Newcastle Townsite. 

GRIFFITHS, HERBERT H., plumber 
and steam fitter, Fitzwilliam. cor- 
ner Wallace, hds. Occidental Hotel. 

Griffiths, Thomas, pusher, h. Victoria 
Road. 

Grundy, Edward C, accountant Bank 
of Commerce, h. Chapel, corner 
Church. 

GUARDIAN ASSURANCE CO. 
A. E. Planta, Ltd., Agents. 

Guffalo, John, employee. Brewery. 



Gullion, Charles F., retired, h. Hali- 
burton, near Needham. 

Gwilt, Charles, miner, h. Milton, near 
Comox. 

Haapla, A., farmer. 

Haarer, Frederick, carpenter, h. Ken- 
nedy, near Franklyn. 

Haarer, Helena, teacher. North Ward 
■School. 

Haarer, Isabel, teaciier, Central School. 

Haarer, Mary P., teacher, Central 
School. 

Hackwood, James, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Robins. 

Hackwood, Oscar, employee W. F. Co., 
Ivs. Nicol, near Robins. 

Hackwood, Sebis, engine driver, W. F. 
Co., h. Nicol, near Robins. 

Haddow, John, miner, bds. Occidental 
Hotel. . 

Haddow, John, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

Haddow, Walter, miner, bds. Occidental 
Hotel. 

Haddow, Wm., miner, h. Prideaux, near 
Hecate. 

Hall, William, retired, Ivs. Milton, near 
Wentworth. 

Hall, Wm., miner, h. Nicol, near Grace. 

Halpeny, Jennie, Capt. Salvation 
Army, Ivs. Milton, near Went- 
worth. 

Hamilton, A., machinist, W. F. Co., 
bds. Crescent Hotel. 

Hamilton, Abram S., master mechanic, 
W. P. Co., h. Esplanade, corner 
Grace. 

Hamilton, Archibald, h. Vancouver 
Ave., near Second. 

Hamilton, James, miner, h. Prideaux, 
near Albert. 

Hamilton, John, blacksmith helper, h. 
Nicol. 

Hamilton, J., brusher, h. Nicol. 

Hamilton, S., Ivs. Vancouver Ave., near 
Second. 

Handcock, Richard, employee W. F. 
Co., Ivs. 5 acre. 

Handlen, Edward, clerk, Sampsons, Ivs. 
Nicol, near Needham. 

Handlen, James, fire boss, W. F. Co., 
h. Nicol, near Needham. 

Hannay, Geo., brusher, W. P. Co. 

Hannay, Wm. J., brusher, W. F. Co. 

HARDING, ERNEST W., jeweler Com- 
mercial, h. Kennedy, near Frank- 
lyn. 
Harding, Gilbert J., h. Kennedy, near 

Wentworth. 
Hardouin, J., machinist runner. 



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Hardy, Charles, h. Wentworth, near 
Prideaux. 

Hardy, David, confectioner, Commer- 
cial, h. same. 

Hardy, David, carpenter, Ivs. Winfleld 
Cres. 

Hardy, James, engineer, Quarry Digs 
Portage, h. Prideaux, near Hecate. 

Hardy, James R., butcher, H. & W., h. 
Prideaux, near Hecate. 

Hardy, James R., roperider, h. Pri- 
deaux. 

Hardy, Robert, timberman, h. Prideaux. 

Hardy, Thomas, botanic druggist, Win- 
field Crescent, h. same. 

Hardy, Wm. (Swanson & Hardy), h. 
Victoria Crescent Alley. 

Harley, Edward, miner, h. Strickland. 

Harley, James, city night watchman. 

Harley, James, miner, bds. Victoria 
Crescent. 

Harley, Mrs. James, widow, h. Hali- 
burton, near Needham. 

Harley, Scott, carpenter, bds. Victoria 
Crescent. 

Harlin, Robert, loader, h. Milton, near 
Comox. 

Harold, Maria, Mrs., h. Kennedy, near 
Hecate. 

Harper, John, miner, bds. Comox, near 
Wallace. 

Harrer, Helena, teacher. High School, 
Ivs. Kennedy, near Franklyn. 

Harrer, Isabel, teacher, Ivs. Kennedy, 
near Franklyn. 

Harrer, Mary, widow, Ivs. Kennedy, 
near Franklyn. 

Harrer, Pauline, teacher, Central 
School, Ivs. Kennedy, near Frank- 
lyn. 

Harris, Hattie, clerk, David Spencer, 
Ltd., Ivs, Irwin. 

Harris, Isaac, miner, h. Watkins. 

Harris, John, h. Victoria Rd., near 
Milton. 

Harris, Morgan, teamster sawmill, Ivs. 
Irwin, near Dickson. 

Harris, Mrs,, widow, h. Franklyn: 
near Dunsmuir. 

Harris, Pendry, engineer W. F. Co., 
h. Irwin, near Dickson. 

Harris, Thomas, brakesman W. F. Co., 
Ivs, Irwin, near Dickson. 

Harrison, Eli, judge County Court, h. 
Victoria. 

Harrison, George, caretaker and jail- 
er, police station. 

Harrison, J. H., piledriver W. F. Co. 

Harrison, John employee R. F. L,. Co., 
h. Franklyn, cor. Wesley. 

Harrison, T., loader, W. F. Co. 



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513 HAMILTON ST. - VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Harvey, Harry A., musician, h. 26 
Hecate, near Selby. 

Harvey, Thomas, laborer W. F. Co. 

Harvey, Wm., miner, h. Newcastle 
Townsite. 

Harwood, John, paymaster W. F. Co., 
h. Machleary, near Victoria Rd. 

Hawlev, Wm., farmer. Cedar. 

HAWTHORNTHWAITE, JAMES H., 
M.P.P., h. Vancouver Ave., cor. 3rd. 
Hazel, Tliomas, gardener, h. Prideaux, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Hazenfratz, August, proprietor Lans- 
downe Brewery, h. Comox, near 
city limits. 

Hazenfratz, Henry, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Healey, Thomas, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Farquhar. 

Hedley, Robert, brusher, h. Victoria 

Helley, F., miner W. F. Co. 

Hellier, Fred, teamster, bds. Queen's 
Hotel. 

HEMANS, J. (J. HEMANS & CO.), 
RES. VICTORIA. 

HEMANS, J. & CO. (J. HEMANS 
AND A. E. MAINWARING), 
MEATS, COMMERCIAL ST. 
PHONE 87. 

(See foot lines.) 

Hemmings, Wm. H., carpenter, h. 
Robson. 

Henderson, Alex., stone cutter. Front, 
h. same. 

Henderson, Charles, C, shoemaker. 
Bastion, h. Stewart Ave., cor. 
Vancouver. 

Henderson, Thomas, miner, h. Brechin. 

Hendrickson, Michael, miner, h. Mil- 
ton, near Victoria. Rd. 

Hendrickson, V., miner, W. F. Co. 

Henry, H., pusher. W. F. Co. 

HERALD, THE DAILY, F. S. REY- 
NOLDS, PUBLISHER, COM- 
MERCIAL ST., PHONE A108. 

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Herdman, Wm., carpenter, bds, Mil- 
ton, near Franklyn. 

Herman, Hans, employee Empire 
Brewery, Ivs, came. 

Hermanson, John G., miner, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Fitzwilliam. 

Hewitt, A., clerk, David Spencer, Ltd., 
bds. Occidental Hotel. 

Hewitt, Harry, carpenter, Ivs. Albert, 
near Milton. 

Heynen, Rev. Father Wm. Lambert, 
pastor Catholic Church, h. Wal- 
lace, near Fitzwilliam. 

Hickman, Abraham, miner, h. Ken- 
nedy, near Franklyn. 

Hickman, Albert, brakesman, Ivs. Pri- 
deaux, cor. Hecate. 

Hickman, John K., locomotive engi- 
neer, Ivs. Prideaux, cor. Hecate. 

Hickman, John N., locomotive engi- 
neer W. F. Co., h. Prideanx, cor. 
Hecate. 

Hickman, Reginald, oiler, R. F. L. 
Co., Ivs. Prideaux, cor. Hecate. 

Hicks & Lovick Piano Co., Ltd., F. 
Morton, local manager. Com- 
mercial. 

High, Peter, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Finlayson. 

Hilbert, — , employee water works, h. 
Kennedy, near Franklyn. 

Hilbert, Albert E., of Wilkinson & Hil- 
bert. 

Hil'bert, John, undertaker, D. J. Jen- 
kins, h. Albert, cor. Selby. 

Hilbert, Richard, secondhand store, 
Victoria Cres., h. Comox, cor. Pri- 
deaux. 

HILBERT UNDERTAKING PAR- 
LORS, D. J. JENKINS PROP., 1, 3 
AND 5 BASTION, PHONE 124. 
(See page 51.) 

Hilbert, Wm., blacksmith, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Hill, Henry, miner, Ivs. 4th, near 
Holly Ave. 

Hill, James, emp. Nanaimo Foundry. 

Hill, W., miner W. F. Co. 

Hilley, Mrs., millinery, Commercial 
h. Nicol St.. 

Hilley, Fred, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Needham. 

Hills, C, teamster, A. R. Johnston & 
Co., h. Haliburton. 



Hills, David C, bookkeeper, Wm. Hog- 
gan, h. Union Ave., cor. 4th. 

Hills, Henrietta V., Ivs. Newcastle 
Ave., near 1st. 

Hills, Llewellyn H., jeweler. Com- 
mercial, near Bastion, h. same. 

Hilton, James, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

Hind, Joseph W., miner, Ivs. Milton, 
near Comox. 

Hindmarsh, George, miner, Ivs. Nicol, 
past city limits. 

Hindmarsh, John W., miner, bds. 
Albert, near Selby. 

Hindmarsh, Robert (Hindmarsh & 
Martin), h. Milton. 

Hindmarsh & Martin (R. Hindmarsh 
and Chas. Martin), proprietors. 
Identical Hotel. 

Hirst, Ada, Mrs., h. Prideaux. near 
Kitzwilliam. 

Hirst, Dyson, salesman, h. Prideaux. 

Hirst, F., timberer, W. F. Co. 

Hirst, George, salesman, h. Milton, 
near Franklyn. 

Hirst, Gilbert, salesman, h. Com- 
mercial St. 

HIRST, JAMES, GROCER, COM- 
MERCIAL ST. PHONE 15, RES. 
SAME. 

Hirst, John W. D., employee James 
Hirst, Ivs. Prideaux, near Fitz- 
william. 

Hirst, Robert, miner, h. Haliburton, 
cor. Finlayson. 

Hirst's Wharf, A. R. Johnston & Co., 
lessees, Front St. 

Hoarer, F., general merchandise. New 
Chinatown. 

Hodgin, Wm., miner, h. Nicol, near 
Needham. 

Hodgins, John B., drugs. Commercial, 
h. Irwin, cor. Grace. 

Hodgkinson, James, drayman, h. Fitz- 
william, cor. Milton. 

Hodgson, George, miner, h. Gillespie. 

Hodgson, James, miner, Ivs. Halibur- 
ton, at city limits. 

Hodgson, John, miner, h. Hali- 
burton, past city limits. 

Hodgson, Nelson, Ivs. Haliburton, at 
city boundary. 

Hodgson, Thomas, marble cutter, h. 
Wallace, near Campbell. 

Hodgson, Thomas, miner, Haliburton, 
near Needham. 

Hodgson, Wm. D., laborer, h. Prideaux 
near Hecate. 

Hoggan, Wm., Jr., manager Wm 
Hoggan, Ivs. Stewart, cor. 4th. 

HOGGAN, WM., SR., General Mer- 
chandise, Stewart Ave., cor. 4th, 
Res. same. 



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Hogle, John H., physician, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Hecate. 

Holland, Arthur, machinist W. F. Co. 

Holland, John, engineer, W. F. Co. 

Honeyman, Alex., boss driver W. F. 
Co., h. Haliburton, cor. Farqu- 
har. 

Honeyman, Mrs. Jane, h. Esplanade, 
near Irwin. 

Hooper, A. T., autos. Bastion, near 
Front, bds. Wilson Hotel. 

Hooper Percy, carpenter, Ivs. Milton, 
near Franklyn. 

Hooper, Robert, miner, h. Selby. 

Hopkins, Wm. H. (Seattle & Hopkins), 
h. 4th, cor. Union Ave. 

Home, Adam H., postmaster, h. Al- 
bert, corner Prideaux. 

Home, George, salesman, h. Commer- 
cial St. 

Home, Gladys E., money order dept., 
P. O. 

Home, Harry G., miner, h. Union Ave., 
near Fourth. 

Hornet, Herbert L.., manager James 
Hirst, h. Wallace St., near Went- 
worth. 

Home, Lindley D., bookkeeper, h. Mil- 
ton St. 

Horracks, Samuel, miner, h. Irwin, near 
Finlaysoh. 

HOSKINS, E. A., PROPRIETOR I. X. 
L. STABLES, Res. Albert, Near 
Selby. 

(See corner cards.) 

HOTEL WILSON, JAMES R. McKIN- 
NELL, Proprietor. Chapel Street. 
Phone 83. 
(See corner cards and page 43.) 

HOTEL WINDSOR, JOS. FOX, Pro- 
prietor. Church and Front. Phone 
43. 
(See top lines and page 41.) 

Hough, John, miner, h. Nicol, comer 
Farquhar. 

Hough, John W., elec. city works, Ivs. 
Nicol, corner Farquhar. 

Hough, Thomas, miner, Ivs. Nicol, cor- 
ner Farquhar. 

Hoult, Arthur H., employee H. P. Co., 
Ivs. Haliburton, near Farquhar. 

Hoult, Wm., miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Farquhar. 

Houston, A., mucker, W. F. Co. 

Hoy, Wm., motorman W. F. Co. Ivs. 
Prideaux, cor. Albert. 

Hrenwosz, Steve, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Dickson. 

Hughes, Edward S., doorkeeper W. F. 
Co., Protection Island, Ivs. Es- 
planade, near Finlayson. 

Hughes, Edwin, gent's furnishing. 
Commercial, h. Albert St. 



CoHcotate School toy IBo^e 

Head Master: 
J. W. LAING, M. A., OXFORD. 

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14-29 Rockland avenue. Phone 62 

Hughes, Frank, laborer, h. Albert. 
Humes, George, carpenter, bds. Selby, 

near depot. 
Humphreys, Herbert C, h. Campbell, 

near Wallace. 
Hunt, John, fire boss, W. F. Co., Ivs. 

Nicol, near Watkins. 
Hunter, Alex., miner, bds. Prideaux, 

near Hecate. 
Hunter, Andrew, h. Pine, near Nicol. 
Hunter, Andrew F., mechanic W. F. 

Co., h. Gillespie. 
Hunter, Charles F., roper W. F. Co., 

Ivs. Pine, near Nicol. 
Hunter, Frederick A., machine re- 
pairer W. F. Co., h. suburbs. 
Hunter, Herman, manager Nanaimo 

Creamery Association, Ltd., h. 

Milton, near Hecate. 
Hunter, Jane, restaurant. Commercial, 

cor. Bastion. 
Hunter, John, teamster, Ivs. Pine, 

near Nicol. 
Hunter, Mrs. Joseph, h. Haliburton, 

near Needham. 
Hunter, Laura, widow, W., h. New- 
castle Ave., cor. 3rd. 
Hunter, Wm., mechanic W. F. Co., h. 

Nicol, near Robins. 
Hunter, Wm., teamster, Ivs. Pine, near 

Nicol. 
Hurren, John W., carpenter, bds. Mil- 
ton, near Franklyn. 
Huston, M. R., salesman, Fletcher 

Bros., h. Front. 
Hutchison, Peter, miner, h. Milton, 

near Franklyn, 
Hutchison, Wm., miner, h. Wallace. 
"Ibis" Fishery Protection ship, Fred. 

Laird, captain. 
Identical Hotel, Hindmarsh & Martin, 

proprietors, Victoria Cres. 
Imm, T., brusher W. F. Co. 



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ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 
AND CONSTRUCTION 

728 Yates St. Telephone 643 



Imperial Laundry Co., Ltd., Hugh Ait- 
ken, President; F. G. Peto, secre- 
tary. Comox Road. 

IMPERIAL UNDERWRITERS' COR- 
PORATION, A. E. Planta, Ltd., 
Agents. 

Inee, Wiliam J., brewer, h. Albert, cor. 
Prideaux. 

Indian Mission House, W. J. Knott, 
missionary, Gillespie St. 

Ingham, Menelaus, miner, h. Fitzwil- 
liam, near Kennedy. 

Ingham, Oswald G., physician, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Hecate. 

Inglis, Percy, teamster, h. Richard, 
near Wentforth. 

Inspector of Mines (Provincial), 
Thomas Morgan, h. Nicol. near 
Finlayson. 

Irving, Edward B., city collector, h. 
Wallace, near Campbell. 

Isherwood, Jonathan, miner, h. Milton, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Isherwood, John, employee J. Hemans 
& Co. 

Isherwood, Richard, carpenter, Ivs. 
Victoria, near Milton. 

Isherwood, William, employee Union 
Brewery, Ivs. Milton, ijear Fitz- 
william. 

I. X. L. LIVERY, STAGE AND FEED 
STABLES, E. A. HOSKINS, 
PROPRIETOR, CHAPEL ST., 
P. O. BOX 152. PHONE A8. 
(See corner cards.) 

Jackson, Catherine, widow, Ivs. Pri- 
deaux, near Comox. 

Jack.son, James, fish merchant, Wharf 
St., h. same. 

Jackson, Richard, carpenter, h. Rich- 
ards, cor. Wentworth. 

Jackson, Thomas, miner, tads. Nana- 
imo Hotel. 

Jacques, Thomas, miner, tads. Selby, 
near Wentworth. 

James, Joseph, miner, Ivs. Watkins. 

James, Wm. H., laborer, h. Irwin. 

Jamieson, James W., miner, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Albert. 

Jany, Victor, proprietor Palace Hotel. 

Jarvie, Wm., miner, h. Kennedy, near 
Hecate. 

Jarvine, Andrew, fruit grower, h. 
Nicol, beyond Robins. 



Jeffrey, Mrs. Wm., Ivs. Dickson, cor. 
Irwin. 

Jemson, Andrew, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Albert. 

Jemson, Andrew, Jr., miner, Halibur- 
ton, near Needham. 

Jemson, James W., driller, h. Albert. 

Jemson, Kate, housekeeper, Wilson 
Hotel. 

Jemson, Matthew, miner, h. Hali- 
burton, near Needham. 

JENKINS, DAVID J., PROP. HIL- 
BERT UNDERTAKING PAR- 
LORS, 1, 3 AND 5 BASTION. 
PHONE 124. 

(See page 51.) 

Jenkins, Thomas, miner, h. Strick- 
land. 

Jenkinson, J., loader W. F. Co. 

Jepson, Fred (Nanaimo Book & Music 
Co.), h. Commercial. 

Jepson, Henry R. (Nanaimo Book & 
Music Co.), h. Commercial. 

Jessop, Andrew, cycle repairer, Ivs. 
32 Franklyn. 

Jessop, Neville, machinist, Ivs. Frank- 
lyn, near Wesley. 

JESSOP, SAMUEL R., Cycle Dealer, 
Victoria Ores., h. 32 Franklyn. 

Johns, David, timberman, h. Milton, 
cor. Albert. 

Johnson, Charles, captain, mariner, h. 
Kennedy, near Wentworth. 

Johnson, Charles, miner, h. Gillespie. 

Johnson, D., barber. Commercial, h. 
Finlayson, cor. Irwin. 

Johnson, George, miner, h. Needham, 
near Victoria Rd. 

Johnson, George, Jr., Inland Revenue 
Office, Ivs. Needham, near Vic- 
toria Rd. 

Johnson, Harry, miner, bds. Provin- 
cial Hotel. 

Johnson, James, miner, Ivs. Richards,, 
near Wentworth. 

Johnson, John, express, Ivs. Needham, 
near Victoria Rd. 

Johnson, Lizzie, clerk Fletcher's Music 
Store, Ivs. Haliburton, near Need- 
ham. 

Johnson, Ralph, piledriver W. F. Co., 
h. Hecate, cor. Selby. 

Johnson, Mrs. Ralph, Ivs. Victoria 
Rd., cor Prideaux. 

Johnson, Robert, miner, h. Nicol, cor. 
Robins. 

Johnson, Thomas, miner, h. Hali- 
burton, near Needham. 

Johnson, Wm R., miner, Ivs. Gillespie. 

Johnson, Wm., preacher. Reorganized 
Church of Later Day Saints, h. 
Nicol, cor. Robins. 

Johnston, Angus R. (A. R. Johnston 
& Co.), h. Comox, cor. Prideaux. 



B.C. Hardware Company, Ltd. 



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Telephone 82 



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STETSON, CHRISTY and HAWES HATS, DENTS 
GLOVES, JAEGER and STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR 

614 Yates St., Victoria, B.C. 



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JOHNSTON, A. R. & CO. (A. R. 
JOHNSTON AND THE ESTATE 
OF J. W. GLAHOLM), WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL GROCERS 
AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS, MANAGERS NANA- 
IMO WHARF CO. AND HIRST'S 
WHARF, COMMERCIAL, COR. 
BASTION. PHONES 7, 16 and 89. 

Johnston's Wharf, captain John W. 
Glaholm, wharfinger, Thomas 
Morse, assistant. 

Jolley, Charles, teamster, h. Hali- 
burton, cor. Sebastion. 

Jones, Charles, engineer, h. Prideaux, 
near Albert. 

Jones, Charles, second engineer SS. 
"Ibis." 

Jones, Daniel, miner, h. Wentworth, 
near Selby. 

Jones, David, miner, Ivs. Milton, 
near Albert. 

Jones, Emrys, miner, bds. Wentworth, 
near Selby. 

Jones, Evan D., miner, h. Milton, 
near Comox. 

Jones, George H., miner, h. Milton, 
near railroad track. 

Jones, Harry, balder, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Jones, John D., engineer, h. Milton, 
near Albert. 

Jones, John R., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Jones, Lew, engineer power plant, h. 
Pranklyn, near E. & N. Rly. 

Jones, Lodwick, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Franklyn. 

Jones, Louva, teacher Central School, 
Ivs. Milton, near Albert. 

Jones, Mrs., h. Albert, near Selby. 

Jones, Mrs. Mary, widow, h. Nicol, 
past city limits. 

Jones, Mary L.., teacher Central 
School. 

Jones, Morris, miner, h. Cavan. 

Jones, Richard H., employee com- 
pany's farm, h. Kennedy, near 
Franklyn. 

Jones, Samuel, proprietor. Crescent 
Hotel. 

Jones, Thomas, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Jones, Thomas, miner, h. Nicol. cor. 
Robins. 

Jones, Thomas D., accountant, h. Far- 
quhar. 

Jones, Wm., miner, bds. Occidental 
Hotel. 

Jordan, Arthur, employee water works, 
Ivs. Victoria Rd., near Pine. 

Jordan, Thomas, miner, h. Machleary 
Joyner, James A., photographer, Vic- 
toria Crescent. 

Jureit, Wm., miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Grace. 

Kaighan, H., pusher, W. F. Co. 



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Kalaforti, J., brusher, W. F. Co. 
Kalaforti, T., brusher, W. F. Co. 
Kay, Andrew, miner, Ivs. Vancouver 

Ave., near 2nd. 
Kay, John, miner, Ivs. Vancouver Ave., 

near 2nd. 
Kay, Wm., miner, h. Vancouver Ave., 

near 2nd. 
Keaist, Wm. J., timberman W. F. Co. 
Keen, George W., miner, h. Franklyn, 

near Milton. 
Kelly, John, hostler I. X. L. stables, 

h. Cavin St. 
Kelso, John L., carpenter, h. Milton, 

near Albert. 
Kelly, Mrs. R., h. Victoria Cres. Alley. 
Kelso, John L,, carpenter, h. Kennedy. 
Kemp, Charles, employee W. F. Co., 

Ivs. Farquhar, near Nicol. 
Kemp, Wm. T., carpenter W. F. Co, 

h. Farquhar, near Nicol. 
Kendall, Wm., machinist, h. Comox. 
Kennedy, John, miner, bds. Vancouver, 

Ave., near 2nd. 
Kenwright, E., miner W. F. Co, 
Kenyon, Mary, widow of Richard, h. 

Milton, near Comox. 
Kenyon, Wm. H., employee R. F. L. 

Co., Ivs. Mill St., near Prideaux. 
Kermode, Edward, boots and shoes, 

Commercial, foot of Albert, h. 

Selby. 
Kerrone, James, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Killeen, miner, Charles, miner, Ivs. 

Kennedy, near Victoria Rd. 
Killeen, Frederick, miner, bds. Ken- 
nedy, near Victoria Rd. 
Killeen, Howard, miner, Ivs. Kennedy, 

near Victoria Rd. 
Killeen, Patrick, miner, h. Kennedy, 

near Victoria Rd. 
Killeen, W., driver W. F. Co. 



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Killick, L. R., lessee opera house, bds. 
The Shades. 

Kilmartin, Thomas, miner, bds. Occi- 
dental Hotel. 

KING, HOWARD, PHOTO SUP- 
PLIES, SOUVENIRS, POST 
CARDS, ETC., CHURCH. COR. 
COMMERCIAL, h. SELBY. 

Kintzer, Wm. K., bookkeeper W. F. 
Co., h. Farquhar, near Nicol. 

Kirkbride, Joseph, miner. Ivs. Duns- 
muir. 

Kirkbride, Robert, driver, h. Nicol. 

Kirkbride, Wm., miner, h. Nicol, cor. 
Dickson. 

Kirkham, Wm., miner, h. 4th, near 
Stewart Ave. 

Kirkpatrick, James, carpenter, h. 
Albert, cor. Kennedy. 

KITCHIN, THOMAS, Real Estate and 
Mining Broker, Bastion, near Com- 
mercial, h. 4th St. 

Knarston, James S., harbor master, 
etc., h. Selby, cor Hecate. 

Kneen, Harold, miner, Ivs. Victoria, 
Rd., near Milton. 

Kneen, Joseph, carpenter, Ivs. Victoria 
Rd., near Milton. 

Knight, Richard H., miner, h. Milton, 
near Franklyn. 

K. of P. Hall, Free Press Block. 

Knott, W. J., Indian missionary, h. 
Gillespie. 

Knowles, J., miner, h. Wesley. 

Knox, John, pusher, h. Newcastle 
Townsite. 

Knox, Robert, miner, h. Newcastle, 
Townsite. 

Kryets, Joseph, miner, h. Irwin, near 
Finlayson. 

Kuhnka, E., brusher, W. F. Co. 

Kunopka, G., brusher, W. F. Co. 

Kunf)pka, John, brusher, W. F. Co. 

Kwong Lun Co., store, Old China- 
town. 

LADYSMITH LUMBER CO., LTD., 
JOHN W. COBURN, PRESI- 
DENT AND MANAGER; OF- 
FICE FRASER, COR. WALLACE 
ST., PHONE 64; YARDS, NEW- 
CASTLE TOWNSITE, PHONE 
114. MILLS AT COBURN AND 
LADYSMITH. 

(Sec page 24.) 



Laidlaw, Wm., tailor J. A. Caldwell, 
h. Front St. 

Laildey, J. LeRoy, assistant editor 
Free Press, Ivs. Haliburton, cor. 
Sebastion. 

Laidley, Lila K., teacher Middle Ward 
School, Ivs. Haliburton, cor Se- 
bastion. 

Laidley, Rev. Robert B., Methodist, 
Wallace St., h. Haliburton, near 
Sebastion. 

Laing, Thomas, clerk J. Young, Ivs. 
Nicol. 

Laird, Alexander, miner, h. Fry, cor. 
Dickson. 

Laird, David, miner, h. Dickson, cor. 

Fry. 
Laird, Fred. C, captain SS. "Ibis," h. 
Machleary, near Fitzwilliam. 

Laird, Frederick, employee L. L. Co., 
h. Fitzwilliam, near Milton. 

Laird, Hugh, miner, Ivs. Dickson, cor. 
Fry. « 

Laird, James A., merchant, h. Vic- 
toria Rd., near Robart. 

Laird, John, miner, bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

Laird, Robert, miner, h. Nicol, cor. 
Needham. 

Lambert, Daniel, blacksmith, h. 
Brechin. 

Lambert, Michael, miner, h. Frank- 
lyn, near E. & N. Rly. 

Lambert, Wm., miner, Ivs. Franklyn, 
near E. & N. Rly. 

Lane, R., carpenter W. F. Co. 

Lang, Noel F., operator E. & N. Rly., 
rms. Prideaux, near Albert. 

Langham, James, miner, h. Hali- 
burton, cor. Sebastion. 

Langill, Rupert, assistant engineer 
Brewery, h. Newcastle Townsite. 

Langton, Wm. M., furniture and hard- 
ware, Nicol, cor. Grace, h. Vic- 
toria Rd., cor. Robarts. 

Lansdowne Brewery, August Hasen- 
fratz, proprietor, Comox, near 
city limits. 

Lawrence, Emily, Mrs., h. Prideaux, 
cor. Comox. 

Lawrence, Flora, teacher Middle 
Ward School. 

Lawrence, Curtis, pressman. Free 
Press, h. Comox Rd. 

Lawrence, Louis C, electrician E. L. 
P. & H. Co., h. Comox Rd. 
, Lawrence, Theresa, Ivs. Robson. 

Lawry, Wm (Lawry & Marc), bds. 
Queen's Hotel. 

Lawry & Marc, billiard rooms. 
Queen's Hotel. 

Layer, Frederick, butcher, Quennell's, 
h. Fitzwilliam, near Wallace. 



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Laynaud, Eugene, brusher, h. Hali- 
burton. 

Laynaud, P., miner, h. Haliburton. 

Lazarus, Andrew, miner, h. Fry, near 
Farquhar. 

Lazzaris, Michael, rockman, h. Wal- 
lace. 

Leah, John, miner, h. Wallace. 

Leach, John, miner, h. Prideaux. 

Lecoq, Alphonso, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Finlayson. 

Lee, James, miner, h. Kennedy, cor. 
Albert. 

Lee, John, brusher, h. Franklyn. 

Lee, John, laborer, h. Dickson. 

Lefley, F., driver W. F. Co. 

Lehlinen, W., miner W. F. Co. 

Leicester, Chas. H., engineer R. F. L. 
Co., h. Vancouver Ave., cor. 4th. 

LemurCj Thomas, miner, h. Strick- 
land. 

Leonard, John, farmer, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Leslie, Frederick, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Letcher, William A., purchasing 
agent W. F. Co., h. Milton, cor. 
Albert. 

Lewis, Daniel, Sr., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Lewis, David, miner, Ivs. Nicol, be- 
yond city limits. 

Lewis, John, painter, h. Haliburton, 
near Grace. 

Lewis, Llewellyn, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Lewis, Morgan, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

LEWIS, WM. W., Manager Electric 
Light, Power and Heating Co., Res., 
1st, cor. Stewart Ave. 

Lilitinen, Wm., miner, h. Farquhar, 
cor. Irwin. 

Lisk, James, gardener, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Lister, Elsie, head nurse Nanaimo 
Hospital, Ivs. same. 

Lister, George, miner, h. Nicol, cor. 
Farquhar. 

Lister, James, miner, h. Victoria Rd., 
near Pine. 

Little, David, Jr., carpenter, Ivs. Mil- 
ton, near Albert. 

Little, David, Sr., carpenter, h. Mil- 
ton, near Albert. 

Little, James, miner, Ivs. Victoria 
Rd., near Pine. 

Little, Robert, carpenter, Ivs. Milton, 
near Albert. 

Little, Wm., employee water works, 
Ivs. Milton, near Albert. 

Littler, James, miner, h. Stewart Ave., 
near 2nd. 

Lobley, Amos, confec, Church Street. 

Lobley, Wm., miner, h. Albert, near 
Milton. 

Lockhart, William F., fire boss W. F. 
Co., h. Nicol, near Finlayson. 

Logan, W., brusher. 



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Mills: 355 Barbally Road Phone 864 
City Office cor. Fort and Broad Streets 

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LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE 
INSURANCE CO., A. E. Planta, 
Ltd., Agents. 

Love, John, road foreman, h. 2nd, 
near Stewart Ave. 

Low, Charles P., wharf assistant, Ivs. 
5 acre. 

Lowe, E., baker H. Bailes,, Ivs. Hali- 
burton. 

Lowdon, Joseph, miner, Nicol, be- 
yond Robins. 

Lowdon, Royal, carpenter. Ivs. Nicol, 
beyond Robins. 

Lumb, James, laborer, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Lundy, Thomas, miner, bds. Queen's 
Hotel. 

Lung, Kee, store. New Chinatown. 

Luoma, M., brusher W. F. Co. 

Lyle, David, pusher, h. Victoria Rd. 

Lyons, Mrs. L., h. Irwin, near Far- 
quhar. 

Lythgoe, Edward, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Franklyn. 

McAdie, Henry (McAdie & Son), h. 
11 Albert. 

McAdie, Henry W. (McAdie & Son), 
11 Albert. 

McAdie, Henry & Son (Henry McAdie 
and H. W. McAdie), undertakers, 
11 Albert, near Robarts. 

McAllister, John, employee water 
works, Ivs. Franklyn, near B. & 
N. Rly. 

McAllister, John, miner, h. Milton, 
near Victoria. 

McArdle, Mary, nurse, Nanaimo Hos- 
pital, Ivs. same. 

McArthur, G., driver W. F. Co. 

McArthur, Lizzie, bookkeeper J. Wil- 
son, Ivs. Prideaux. 

McArthur, T., driller W. F. Co. 

McArthur, William, miner, Ivs. Mil- 
ton, near Victoria Rd. 

McBroom, A., miner, W. F. Co. 

McBroom, G., machinist W. F. Co. 

McCall, Henry, miner, Ivs. Selby, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

McCall, James, miner, Ivs. Selby, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

McCall, Mark, engineer, h. Selby, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

McCAPE, WILLIAM, Builders' Sup- 
plies, Franklyn, near Selby, res. 
same. 



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GRADE INVESTMENTS 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitan Block 

VICTORIA, B. C. 



McColl, Frank, carpenter, bds. Victoria 
Cres. 

McCourt, John, employee water 
works, h. Milton, near Franklyn. 

McCourt, Samuel, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Albert. 

McCrae, Angus, carpenter, h. Victoria 
Rd. 

McCrae, Malcolm, carpenter, h. Vic- 
toria Rd., cor. Selby. 

McCuish, Ellen, bookkeeper, Ivs. Mil- 
ton, near Victoria Rd. 

McCuish, Margaret, clerk David 
Spencer, Ltd., Ivs. Milton, near 
Victoria Rd. 

McCuish, Neil, miner, h. Milton, near 
Victoria Rd. 

McCuish, Rod., carpenter, bds. Pro- 
vincial Hotel. 

McCuish, Samuel, butcher, Ivs. Milton, 
near Victoria Rr. 

McCullough, Frank, farmer, h. Ken- 
nedy, near Franklyn. 

McCutcheon, Charles, grocer, Comox, 
near Prideaux, res. same. 

McCutcheon, Vancouver, employee R. 
F. L. Co., Ivs. Comox Rd. 

McDonald, Mrs., h. • Stewart Ave., 
near 2nd. 

McDonald, Colin, wood turner, h. 
Newcastle Townsite. 

McDonald, Dexter, miner, h. Strick- 
land. 

McDonald, D. S., widow, h. Holly 
Ave., near 3rd. 

McDonald, E. D., miner W. P. Co. 

McDonald, H., brusher W. F. Co. 

McDonald, James, brusher, Prideaux. 

McDonald, James B., miner, bds. 
Crescent Hotel. 

McDonald, John A., merchandise, 
Crescent, h. 2nd, cor. Union Ave. 

McDonald, John R., miner, bds. 
Queen's Hotel. 

McDonald, Michael, miner, h. Nicol, 
near Finlayson. 

McDonald, Milton, painter, h. 4th, 
near Union Ave. 

McDougall, Wm., blacksmith W. F. Co. 

McEwan, Hugh, miner, h. Robarts, 
cor. Hecate. 

McEwan, Mrs. Thomas, h. Selby, near 
Hecate. 



McEwan, Wm., miner, Ivs. Selby, near 

Hecate. 
McEwan, Wm., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
McFadden, Jean, nurse, Nanaimo 

Hospital, Ivs. same. 
McFarlane, Frederick, bds. Mountain 

View Hotel. 
McFarlane, Matthew, machine helper, 

h. Comox Rd. 
McFerran, James E., miner, Brechin. 
McGarrigle, Robert, confectionery, Ro- 
bins, cor. Nicol. 
McGee, Joseph, agent, h. Wallace, 

near Fitzwilliam. 
McGill, J. P. R., warehouseman, Mahrer 

& Co., h. Chapel St. 
McGillivray, D. H., salesman Red Fir 

Lumber Co., Ltd., h. Wallace. 
McGirr, Wm., agent Dominion Ex- 
press Co., rms. Grace, cor. Nicol. 
McGregor, James E., dentist. Com- 
mercial St., h. Victoria Rd., cor. 

Robarts. 
McGregor, John, poundkeeper, city, 

h. Haliburton, near Dickson. 
McGregor, Maude, bookkeeper, Ivs. 

Robarts, cor. Victoria Rd. 
McGregor, Mrs. W., widow, h. Robarts, 

cor. Victoria Rd. 
McGregor, Wm. A., drayman, h. SeLby, 

near Franklyn. 
McGuckie, Thomas E., fire boss, h. 

Richards, near Campbell. 
Mclndoo, Harry, Fishery Department, 

bds. Chapel St. 
Mclnnes, Bella, widow, h. Kennedy, 

near Victoria Rd. 
Mcintosh D., brusher W. F. Co. 
Mcintosh, Wm, F., carpenter, bds. 

Occidental Hotel. 
McKay, James, W., employee water 

works, h. Nicol, cor. Needham. 
McKay, Roderick, driver, h. Nicol. 
McKenny, Wm., drayman, h. Milton, 

near Wentworth. 
McKenzie, Angus D., carpenter, h. 

Hecate, near Cavan. 
McKenzie, Colin, miner, h. Needham, 

near Haliburton. 
McKenzie, George, engineer, h. Wal- 
lace, near Campbell. 
McKenzie, Henry, miner, h. Kennedy, 

near Fitzwilliam. 
McKenzie, James E., confectioner, 

Victoria Cres., h. same. 
McKenzie, Mrs. J. W., h. Victoria, 

near Milton. 
McKenzie, John, watchman R. F. L. 

Co., h. Fry, near Dickson. 
McKenzie, John R., machine boss, 

h. Kennedy, near Franklyn. 
McKenzie, Thomas, watchman R. F. 

L. Co., Ltd., h. Pry. 



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McKenzie, Wm. E., Ivs. Victoria 
Cres. 

McKenzie, Wm. R., tailor, Haliburton 
cor. Grace, h. Wallace. 

McKinnell, Gilbert J., miner ii. Hali- 
burton. 

McKINNELL, JAMES R., PRO- 
PRIETOR WILSON HOTEL. 

McKinnon, Alexander, logger, h. Fitz- 
william, cor. Kennedy. 

McKnigiit, Robert, machinist, h. Al- 
bert, near Prideaux. 

McKule, Thomas, miner, bds. Victoria 
Cres. 

McLachlan, John, miner, bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

McLaren, E., pusher, W. F. Co. 

McLaughlin, James, miner, h. Nicol. 

McLaughlin, James, miner, h. Pri- 
deaux. 

McLaws, David D., accountant, Royal 
Bank, h. Gibson Block. 

McLellan, Alexander, miner, h. Ken- 
nedy, near Albert. 

McLellan, Alexander, Jr., miner, Ivs. 
5 acre. 

McLellan, Alexander, Sr., miner, 5 
acre. 

McLellan, John R., miner, Ivs. 5 
acre. 

McLellan, Robert, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

McLELLAN, WM. H., SECRETARY 
NANAIMO DEVELOPMENT 
CO., LTD., h. SUBURBS. 

McLellan, W. B., farmer, suburbs. 

McLeod, A. W., Rev., minister Bap- 
tist Church, Selby St. 

McLeod, Angus, teamster H. H. Bin- 
don, Ivs. Victoria Rd. 

McLeod, Mrs. E., h. Milton, near Vic- 
toria Rd. 

McLeod, Harriet, Mrs., h. Victoria 
Rd., near Pine. 

McLeod, James, carpenter, h. Fraser, 
near Comox Rd. 

McLeod, John W., h. Victoria Rd., 
near Robarts. 

McLeod, W. T., driver, h. Nicol. 

McMeakin, James, miner, h. Farqu- 
har, near Nicol. 

McMillan, Agnes, widow of John, h. 
Kennedy, near Fitzwilliam. 

McMillan, Archie, clerk David Spenc- 
er, Ltd., h. Kennedy, near Fitz- 
william. 

McMillan, Esther, captain Salvation 
Army, h. Milton, near Wentworth. 

McMillan, Hugh A., clerk, Ivs. Went- 
worth, cor. Milton. 

McMillan, Jane, widow of John H., h. 
Wentworth, cor. Milton. 

McMillan, John, miner, h. Irwin, near 
Finlayson. 

McMillan, Lachlan, h. Kennedy. 



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McMillan, Maimie, clerk David 
Spencer, Ltd., Ivs. Irwin. 

McMillan, Thomas, miner, h. Irwin, 
near Dickson. 

McMillan, Wm., miner, Ivs. Kennedy, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

McNeill, Adam, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Finlayson. 

McNeil, Alex., manager Jack Blacks, 
h. Comox Rd. 

McNeil, E. W., harness maker, Wal- 
lace St., h. same. 

McNeil, John, employee H. P. Co., h. 
Stewart Ave., cor. 4th. 

McNeil, Michael, miner, Ivs. Victoria 
Rd., near Finlayson. 

McNeil, Rom. J., carpenter, bds. Vic- 
toria Cres. 

McNiven, Wm., driver, h. Nicol. 

McNulty, Anthony, bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

McPhee, Donald, machine runner, bds. 
Comox, near Wallace. 

McPherson, Wm., fireman, bds. 
Queen's Hotel. 

McRae, Mrs. D. H., millinery, Nicol, 
near Dickson. 

McRae, Duncan, carpenter W. F. Co., 
h. Nicol, near Milton. 

McRae, Findlay, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Albert. 

McRae, Henry, carpenter, h. Nicol, 
cor. Finlayson. 

McRae, Henry, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Albert. 

McQUADE, L. A., PROPRIETOR NA- 
NAIMO SHIP CHANDLERY CO., 
RES. FITZWILLIAM, NEAR 
MILTON. 

(See page 39.) 
McTarnahan, Wm., manager Skating 

Rink, rms. Franklyn, near Selby. 
MacDonald, Blanche, teacher High 
School. 

MacDonald, Donald H., clerk, Ivs. 
Wentworth, cor. Milton. 

MacDonald, J. A., grocer, Victoria 
Cres., h. Wentworth, cor. Milton. 

Mace, Alfred, painter, h. Milton, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Macham, Bertie, miner, Ivs. Hali- 
burton at city boundary. 



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Macham, Frank, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Robins. 

Macham, Fred., stableman, F. W. Co. 
h. Haliburton at city boundary 

Macham, Harry, scraper W. F. Co., 
Ivs. Haliburton at city boundary. 

Macham, Lewis, teamster, Ivs. Hali- 
burton at city boundary. 

Macham, Walter, miner, h. Hali- 
burton at city boundary. 

Mackey, Margaret Mrs., Ivs. Mach- 
leary, near Victoria Rd. 

Mackrill, Frederick G., clerk W. F. Co. 

Madore, Joseph, laborer, bds. Queen's 

Maffeo, Lottie, Ivs. Robson. 

MAHRER & CO. (Herman and John 
Mahrer), Wholesale Liquors, 
Front St. 

Mahrer, Herman (Mahrer & Co.), h. 
Comox Rd., near Wallace. 

Mahrer, John (Mahrer & Co.), h. 
Comox Rd., near Wallace. 

Maidan, Antonio, machine runner, h. 
Milton. 

MAINWARING, ALBERT E. (J. HE- 
MANS & CO.), RES. SELBY, BE- 
TWEEN WENTWORTH AND 
FITZWILLIAM. PHONE 21. 

Mainwaring, Harry, blacksmith B. C. 
Carriage Co., h. Selby. 

Malahe, Ander, retired, h. Fry, near 
Dickson. 

Malcolm, Annie, widow of Rev. James, 
Ivs. Fitzwilliam, cor. Robson. 

Malpass, Elizabeth, waitress Wilson 
Hotel. 

Malpass, James, clerk, h. Haliburton, 
near Needham. 

Malpass, T., pusher W. F. Co. 

Manifold, Albert, miner, h. Strickland. 

Manifold, Edith, teacher Central 
School. 

Malone, Robert, carpenter, Ivs. Vic- 
toria Rd., near Milton. 
Mannion, Thomas T., teaming, Dick- 
son, cor. Victoria Rd., h. Hali- 
burton, near Finlayson. 

Manson, Ernest, clerk, Haliburton, 
cor. Farquhar. 

MANSON, L., General Store, Hali- 
burton, cor. Farquhar, h. 114 
Haliburton. 



Manson, Wm., clerk, Haliburton, cor. 
Farquhar. 

Manson, Wm., farmer, h. 3rd, near 
Holly Ave. 

Manson, Wm., Jr., accountant, h. 
Prideaux. 

Marcs, Andre (Lawry & Marcs), bds. 
Queen's Hotel. 

Marion, Frank, manager Nanaimo Gas 
Co., h. Prideaux. 

Marning, Michael, teamster, W. F. Co. 

Marsh, Charles, carpenter, h. Prideaux 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Marshall, Robert, Mrs. h. Machleary. 
near Franklyn. 

Martell, Joshua, caretaker courthouse, 
h. Esplanade, cor. Finlayson. 

Martin, Charles D., (Hindmarsh & 
Martin), Identical Hotel. 

Martin, Daniel, engineer W. F. Co., h. 
Newcastle Townsite. 

Martin, Henry, teamster, h. Robson. 

Martin, John, helper launch, h. New- 
castle Townsite. 

Martin, Roger, miner, bds. Occidental 
Hotel. 

Martin, Thomas J., caretaker Yacht 
Club, h. Prideaux, near Albert. 

Martin, Wm., carshops, h. Comox, 
near Prideaux. 

Martin, W., machine runner, h. Selby. 

Martin, Wm., teamster, Ivs. Com- 
mercial. 

Marrion, Frank, manager gas works, 
h. Prideaux, near Comox. 

Marwick, John (Smith & Marwick), 
h. Finlayson, cor. Haliburton. 

Marwick, Wm., logger, Ivs. Finlayson, 
cor. Haliburton. 

Mason, Hugh, miner, Ivs. Nicol, near 
Robins. 

Mason, James, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Robins. 

Mason, James, Jr., h. Nicol, near 
Robins. 

Mason, Thomas, miner, h. Robins, 
near Nicol. 

Mason, Wm., dentist. Commercial, h. 
Chapel. 

Masters, Caleb R., dry goods, Com- 
mercial St., h. Robson. 

Mateushich, Geo., miner, bds. Nana- 
imo, Hotel. 

Matheson, Alex., city watei-works, h. 
Pry, near Finlayson. 

Matheson, Fred., driver, h. Pry. 

Matlock, Wm., foreman, L X. L. 
stables, bds. Vendome. 

Matthews, — , miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Matthews, T., engineer power plant. 

Mavins H., photographer. Commercial. 

Mawhinney, Arthur, miner, Ivs. Dick- 
son, cor. Esplanade. 



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Mawhinney, John, miner, Ivs. Dick- 
son, cor. Esplanade. 

Mawhinney, Thomas, miner, h. Dick- 
son, cor. Esplanade. 

Mawhinney, William C, miner, Ivs. 
Dickson, cor. Esplanade. 

May, John, foreman R. F. L. Co., h. 
Union Ave., near 2nd. 

Meagins, Mrs. Marianne, widow, h. 
Prideaux, cor. Albert. 

Meakin, Albert H., general merchan- 
dise, Selby, near depot, res. same. 

Meakin, Frederick C, engineer, h. 
Milton, near Fitzwilliam. 

Meakin, John, pipeman, h. Selby. 

Mebius, Lucy A., teacher Central 
School, h. Albert, cor Robarts. 

Mebius, Jeanette. 

Melissa, John, miner W. F. Co. 

Mellor, Wm., steward, SS. "Ibis." 

Melluish, Chas., miner, h. Machleary, 
near Franklyn. 

Melluish, Robert, miner, h. Machleary, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Melzer, Robert, miner, 5 acre. 

Mercer, Joseph B., caretaker. Central 
School, h. Selby, near Albert. 

Merrifleld, George, proprietor Queen's 
Hotel. 

Merrifleld, Thomas, h. Milton, near 
Albert. 

Merritt, Maurice, retired, h. Irwin, 
near Finlayson. 

Merritt, Thomas, Ivs. Irwin, near Fin- 
layson. 

Messenger, R., Brusher W. F. Co. 

Michael, Stanley, blacksmith, bds. 
Selby, near Albert. 

Michener, Thomas, employee R. Hil- 
bert, Ivs. Comox, cor. Prideaux. 

Miles, Mrs., widow, h. Kennedy, near 
Hecate. 

Miles, Evan, miner, h. Victoria Rd. 
near Machleary. 

Miles, Thomas, fire boss W. F. Co. 

Millburn, Hudson, miner, Ivs. Ken- 
nedy, near Wentworth. 

Millburn, J., miner W. F. Co. 

Millar, John M., Rev., pastor St. 
Andrew's Presbyterian Church, h. 
Fitzwilliam cor. Robson. 

Miller, B., driver W. F. Co. 

Miller, Charles, engineer W. F. Co., h. 
Robarts, near Albert. 

Miller, Christina, matron Nanaimo 
Hospital, Ivs. same. 

Miller, James, miner, h. Irwin, cor. 
Farquhar. 

Miller, John, miner h. Strickland. 

Miller, Ruth, waitress Windsor Hotel. 

Miller, William, blacksmith, Ivs. Pri- 
deaux, near Fitzwilliam. 

Millgrew, B., loader W. F. Co. 

Milligrew, P., pusher W. F. Co. 




Mills, Wesley, employee J. Hemans & 

Co., h. Commercial. 
Mills, Wm., miner, h. Milton, cor. 

Wentworth. 
Mitchell, John, miner, bds. Comox, 

cor. Wallace. 
Mitchell, Thomas, blacksmith, Cavan. 
Mitchell, W. C, h. Nicol. 
Mochar, John, proprietor Nanaimo 

Hotel. 
MofEatt, David, grocer, Fitzwilliam, 

near Wesley, res. same. 
Monks, Cecil, barber, Victoria Cres., h. 

Haliburton, near Dickson. 
Montgomery, J. W., timekeeper W. F. 

Co. 
Moore, George, miner, h. Victoria Rd., 

near Needham. 
Moore, Geo., miner, h. Victoria Rd., 

near Pine. 
Moore, John, miner, Ivs. Machleary, 

near Victoria Rd. 
Moore, Smith, miner, Ivs. Machleary, 

near Victoria Rd. 
Moore, Thomas, miner, h. Nicol. 
Moore, Wm., miner, h. Kennedy, near 

Hecate. 
Moore, Wm., miner, h. Machleary, 

near Vistoria Rd. 
Moore, Wm. H., barber, h. Milton. 
Morgan, Benjamin, teamster, h. Vic- 
toria Rd., near Prideaux. 
Morgan, D., miner W. P. Co. 
Morgan, Frank C, ledger keeper, 

Royal Bank, h. Nicol St. 
Morgan, George, miner h. Watkins. 
Morgan, Thomas, Provincial Inspector 

of Mines, h. Nicol, near Finlay- 
son. 
Morgan, Wm., miner, bds. Prideaux, 

near Franklyn. 
Morgans, Ned, miner, Ivs. Strickland. 
Morgans, Richard, miner, Ivs. Strick- 
land. 
Morton, Arthur, clerk, Ivs. Albert, cor. 

Prideaux. 
Morton, F., manager Hicks & Lovick 

Piano Co., Ltd. 
Morton, Mrs. James, h. Robins, cor. 

Strickland. 
Morton, Michael P., tallyman, R. F. L. 

Co., h. Wentworth, cor. Selby. 



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Morton, Robert W., miner, h. Mach- 
leary, near Comox. 

MORTON, W. H., HARDWARE, VIC- 
TORIA ORES., h. ALBERT, COR. 
PRIDEAUX. 

Morton, W. J., plumber, Ivs. Albert, 
cor. Prideaux. 

Morrell, Raymond, carpenter, bds. 

Palace Hotel. 
Morris, Charles, teamster, I. X. L. 
stables. 

Morris, Levi, gardener, h. Milton, near 
Wentworth. 

Morris, Richard, blacksmith W. F. 
Co., h. Milton, near Albert. 

Morris, Sarah, nurse Nanaimo Hos- 
pital, Ivs. same. 

Morrison, Murdock, employee Hamil- 
ton Powder Works, h. Stewart Ave. 
cor. 1st. 

Morrow, Hugh, miner, h. Victoria Rd., 

cor. Machleary. 
Moses, Daniel, 'bootblack. Commercial. 

Mottishaw, E., laborer W. F. Co. 

Mottishaw, Luther F., miner, Ivs. 5 
acre. 

Mottishaw, Samuel, fruit grower, h. 
5 acre. 

MOUAT, THOMAS W., ASSISTANT 
MANAGER, THE LADYSMITH 
LUMBER CO., LTD., h. MILL. 
COR. PRIDEAUX. 

Moulard, Jules, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Franklyn. 

Mountain, Christopher H., carriage 
maker, h. Fraser, near Winthrop. 

Mountain View Hotel, Mrs. Selina 
Robinson, Newcastle Townsite. 

Muir, Andy, blacksmith, bds, Bal- 
moral Hotel. 

MUIR, CUTHBERT CUNNINGHAM, 
ACCOUNTANT, THE LADY- 
SMITH LUMBER CO., LTD., h. 
COMOX RD., NEAR McCLEARY. 

Muir, Isabella, Ivs. "Wallace, near 
Wentworth. 

Muir, James, miner, bds. Provincial 
Hotel. 

Muir, Robert, miner, h. Dickson, near 
Irwin. 

Mullett, Joseph, manager public 
works, h. Milton, near Fitwilliam. 

Munro, John A., toller Bank of Com- 
merce, h. Chapel, near Church. 



Munroe, Mary, nurse Nanaimo Hos- 
pital, Ivs. came. 
Murdoch, Andrew, miner, h. Franklyn, 
near E. & N. Rly. 

Murdoch, Robert W., employee W. F. 
Co., Ivs. Wesley, near Franklyn. 

Murdoch, Walter, miner, h. Wesley, 
near Franklyn. 

Murray, James, fish dealer, h. Holly 
Ave., cor. 3rd. 

Murray, John, miner, h. Nicol cor. 

Finlayson. 
Murray, Thomas, emp. mill, h. Nicol, 
cor. Finlavson. 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE OF 
CANADA, Aitken & McLellan, 
Agents. 

Muylaert, Constant, bartender Bal- 
moral Hotel, h. Nicol, near Fin- 
layson. 

Muzio, Joseph, miner, h. Prideaux, 
near Wentworth. 

Nanaimo Athletic Association, Chapel 
St., J. Duncan, secretary. 

NANAIMO BOOK AND MUSIC CO. 
THE (D. Campbell, H. R. Jepson 
and F. Jepson), Commercial St. 

Nanaimo Club, John Shaw, secretary. 
Front St. 

Nanaimo Creamery Association, Ltd., 
E. Quennell, president; J. Randle, 
secretary; H. Hunter, manager. 

NANAIMO DEVELOPMENT CO., 
LTD., HUGH AIKEN, PRESI- 
DENT AND MANAGER; WM. H. 
McLELLAN, SECRETARY. COM- 
MERCIAL, NEAR BASTION ST. 
PHONE 214. 

(See page 17.) 

Nanaimo Electric Light, Power and 
Heating Co., Ltd., Lby., office Com- 
mercial, near Bastion; plant Mill- 
stone River. 

Nanaimo Fish Market, Wharf St. 

Nanaimo Foundry, Thomas Dobeson, 
proprietor, Comox, cor. Bridge. 

Nanaimo Gas Co., Frank Marion, 
manager, Bridge, near Comox. 

Nanaimo Hospital. Christina Miller, 
matron, Fitzwilliam, cor Kennedy. 

Nanaimo Hotel, John Mochar, pro- 
prietor. Commercial. 

NANAIMO MACHINE WORKS, R. 
J. WENBORN, PROPRIETOR. 
AUTOMOBILES, BICYCLES, MA- 
CHINE AND GENERAL REPAIR 
WORK, FRASER, COR. BAS- 
TION. PHONE A97. 

(See. page 40.) 

Nanaimo Marble Works, Alexander 
Henderson, proprietor. Front St. 

Nanaimo Public Cemetery, city limits, 
near Comox. 



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NANAIMOSHIP CHANDLERY COM- 
PANY, L. A. McQUADE, PRO- 
PRIETOR WHARF, COR. FRONT. 
PHONE 166. 

(See page 39.) 

Nanaimo Wharf Co., A. R. Johnston 
& Co., proprietors. Front St. 

Nash, Alfred, painter, Fry, near Fin- 
layson. 

NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
OF HARTFORD, A. E. Planta, 
Ltd., Agents. 

NATIONAL PROVINCIAL PLATE 

GLASS INSURANCE CO., LTD., 

A. E. Planta, Ltd., Agents. 
Naylor, John R., laborer, Ivs. Pri- 

deaux, cor. Wentworth. 
Naylor, Robert, electrician, h. Pri- 

deaux, cor. Wentworth. 
Naylor, Thomas, carpenter, ivs. Pri- 

deaux, cor. Wentworth. 
Neave, John, clerk F. C. Stearman, h. 

Irwin. 
Neave, M. A., teas. Commercial, near 

Bastion, h. Irving St. 
Neave, Wm., miner, h. Irwin, near 

Esplanade. 
Neen, Jacob, consta-ble, city, h. Nicol, 

cor. Pine. 
Neen, Joseph, miner, h. Nicol, near 

Dickson, 
Neese, Ward, engineer, W. F. Co., h. 

Irwin, near Finlayson. 
Neilson, Walter, m.iner, Ivs Machleary, 

near Victoria Rd. 
Neilson, Wm., miner, h. Machleary 

near Victoria Rd. 
Nemry, M., brusher W. F. Co. 
Newberry, Francis W., employee J. 

Hemans & Co., h. suburbs. 
Newberry, Arthur, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Newberry, Arthur, machine runner. 
Newberry, Wm., Ivs. 5 acre. 
Newman, J., employee R. F. L. Co., 

h. Bridge, near Mill. 
Newton, James, overman, h. Wallace. 
Newton, John, foreman W. F. Co., h. 

Victoria Rd., near Milton. 
Newton, Wm., miner, h. Irwin, near 

Farquhar. 
Nicholson, Albert, clerk W. H. Morton, 

h. Nicol. 
Nicholson, George, teamster A. R. 

Johnston, Ivs. Selby, near Albert. 
Nicholson, Harry, miner, bds. Vic- 
toria Rd., near Milton. 
Nicholson, James B., painter, h. Mil- 
ton, near Victoria Rd. 
Nicholson, James F., miner, h. Selby, 

near Albert. 



HOTEL WILSON 

FIREPROOF, MODERN and 
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 
One Block from Steamboat Landing 

JAS. R. MCKINNELL, PROP. 

NANAIMO, B.C. 

Nicholson, John, bds. Victoria Rd., 
near Milton. 

Nicholson, John, employee R. F. L. 
Co., h. Vancouver Ave., cor 3rd. 

Nicholson, John H., employee W. F. 
Co., Ivs. Nicol, near Dickson. 

Nicholson, John, engineer, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Nicholson, Joseph, miner, h. Victoria 
Rd. 

Nicholson, Nellie, waitress, Windsor 
Hotel. 

Nicholson, Robert, clerk David Spen- 
cer, Ltd., Ivs. Selby. near Albert. 

Nicholson, Thomas, engineer W. F. 
Co., h. Nicol, near Dickson. 

NickolaPf, W., pusher. 

Nightingale, Albert, teamster, I. X. L. 
stables, h. Cavan St. 

Nile, Philip, carpenter, h. Campbell, 
near Wallace. 

Nini, M., pusher. 

Nion, Joseph T., miner, h. Strickland. 

Nord, Nels, blacksmith, h. Fry, near 
Dickson. 

Norris, Amanda, widow of George, h. 
Free Press Block, Commercial St. 

NORRIS BROS. (WILL F. AND 
GEORGE E. NORRIS), PUBLISH- 
ERS NANAIMO FREE PRESS. 

Norris, Geo. E. (Norris Bros.), h. Sel- 
by, cor. Franklyn. 

Norris, Will F. (Norris Bros.), h. 
Front, cor. Stewart. 

NORTH AMERICAN LIFE INSUR- 
ANCE CO., Aitken & McLellan, 
Agents. 

NORWEGIAN VICE-CONSUL, A. E. 
PLANTA. 

Notts, Benjamin, miner, h. Nicol, cor. 
Watkins. 

O'Brien, Lewis J., physician, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Hecate. 



WOOD BROS. GARAGE 

Automobiles For Hire At All Hours 

REPAIRING AND STORING 



WHARF, COR. BROUGHTON, VICTORIA 

Phone 241 



B. C. LAND & INVESTMENT AGENCY 

Real Estate, Insurance and General Agent 



922 GOVERNMENT 
=• Phone 125. VICTORIA 



Dominion Hotel, 

Rates 



BOARD AND ROOM 
EUROPEAN PLAN - 



VICTORIA. B. C. 

STEPHEN JONES, - PROP. 
$2.00 AND UP. 
.75 AND UP. 



186 Nanaimo 



Nanaimo 



THE GREAT WEST 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIN W. JONES, 

Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phone 282. ROOM 12, METROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B. C. 



Occidental Hotel, Edward C. Barnes, 
proprietor, Selby, cor. Fitzwilliam. 

O'Connell, Thomas, Dominion Indian 
Office, h. Robarts, cor. Hecate. 

O'Dell, Elizabeth, widow of John, h. 
Albert, near Milton. 

Old Flag Inn, J. C. Bryant, proprietor. 
Bastion, cor. Skinner. 

Old, John, employee Union Brewery, h 
Milton, near Franklyn. 

Oliver, Allan M., manager Dominion 
Government telegraphs, h. Frank- 
lyn. 

Oliver, Austin T., clerk David Spen- 
cer, Ltd., h. Nicol, cor. Finlayson. 

Olympic Club, Skinner St. 

ONTARIO FIRE ASSURANCE CO., 
Aitken & McLellan, Agents. 

Opera House, L. R. Killick, lessee. 
Commercial. 

Ord, John, miner, bds. Crescent Hotel. 

Ord, John, miner, Ivs. Irwin, near Far- 
quhar. 

Ord, Robert, engineer, Irwin, near 
quhar. 

Orr, Samuel, miner, h. Irwin, near Fin- 
layson. 

Owen, W. A., architect, h. Albert, near 
Selby. 

Owens, David, miner, bds. Comox, cor- 
ner Wallace. 

Owls Hall, Free Press Block. 

Pack, George, painter, Nicholson's, rms. 
Victoria Road, corner Prideaux. 

Page, George H., foreman, R. F. L. Co. 
mill, h. Comox, corner Eraser. 

Paisley Dye Works, J. & C. Allison, 
Props. Nicol St. 

Palace Hotel, Victor Jany, Prop., Skin- 
ner St. 

Pa.latto, J., imachinist helper, W. F. Co. 

Palmer, Benjamin, employee Union 
Brewery, h. Strickland. 

Pargeter, James, chicken ranch, h. 5 
acre. 

Pargeter, John, engineer, li. Wallace, 
corner Campbell. 

Parker, Benjamin J., fish store, Victoria 
Crescent, h. same. 

Parkey, Sidney C. (Parker Electrical 
Co.), h. Newcastle Townsite. 



PARKER ELECTRIC CO., 

S. C. Parker, Manager Electrical 
Machinery and Supplies, Church, 
near Commercial. 

(See page 38.) 
Parker, Wm., h. Newcastle Townsite. 
Parkin, John, Chief Fire Dept, Cavan. 
Parkin, Joseph W., engineer, h. Milton, 

near Comox. 
Parkinson, Thomas, Jr., miner, h. 

Skinner, near Bastion. 
Parkinson, Thomas, Sr., miner, h. Rail- 
way, near Second. 
Parkes, George, tailor. Commercial, h. 

Selby. 
Pashley, Joseph H., U. S. Consular 

Agent, Commercial St., h. Went- 

worth, near Wallace. 
Passmore, Miss M. E., Ivs. Nicol, near 

Farquhar. 
Pateman, Robert, operator. Free Press, 

h. Wallace. 
Patterson, Henry, miner, bds. Prideaux, 

near Hecate. 
Patterson, John, miner, h. Nicol, near 

Milton. 
Patterson, John, .miner, 'h. Selby, near 

'depot. 
Patterson, John, plumber, h. Irwin St. 
Patterson, Thomas* miner, h. suburbs. 
Patterson, Walter, assistant, H. H. 

Griffiths, Ivs. Selby. 
Patterson, Wm. A., iminer, h. Watkins. 
Paull, Arthur J., miner, h. Kennedy, 

near Victoria Road. 
Pausche & Dumont (John Pausche and 

Frank Dumont), Props. Grand 

Hotel. 
Pausche, John (Pausche & Dumont), 

Ivs. Grand Hotel. 
Pawlett, Chas. W., musician, h. Es- 
planade, near Finlayson. 
Pawson, John, Mrs., widow, h. Fitzwil- 
liam, corner Selby. 
Pearce, George, clerk Pearson & Co., 

Ivs. Prideaux, near Wentworth. 
Pearce, George T., miner, h. Prideaux, 

near Wentworth. 
Pearce, Stephen S., clerk Pearson & Co. 

Jvs. Prideaux, near Wentworth. 
Pearson, Florence, nurse, Nanaimo 

Hospital, Ivs. same. 
Pearson, Geo. S. (G. S. Pearson & Co), 

h. Milton, near Franklyn. 
PEARSON, GEO. S. & CO. 

(Geo. S. Pearson, Jack Thompson 

and Archibald Cowie), Grocers, 

Commercial, near Chapel. 
Pearson, John J., iminer, h. Nicol, near 

Needham. 
Pearson, Joseph D., miner, h. Milton, 

near Albert. 



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ESTABLISHED 1862. 



917-921 GOVERNMENT ST.. VICTORIA 



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Nanaimo 187 



Pearson, Thomas H., miner, h. Dickson, 

corner Nicol. 
Peck, Herbert E., Prop., Pinkun Hotel. 
Peck, Mrs. T. E., Bleak House, Cavan. 
Pelliski, M., brusher. 
Pender, James, clerk, Post Office, h. 

Prideaux, corner Hecate. 
Penn, Nelson, carpenter, Ivs. Strick- 
land. 
Penning-, Harry, pusher, h. Prideaux. 
Penny, Robert, blacksmith, h. Victoria 

Road, near Parquhar. 
Perkins, Eva M., Ivs. Prideaux, near 

Fitz William. 
Perrie, Winnie, Ivs. Pranklyn, corner 

Selby. 
Perry, John, hotelkeeper, Quarterway. 
Perry, Louis, miner, bds. Palace Hotel. 
Pesnett, E., carpenter, W. F. Co. 
Peters, Hans, cigarmaker, P. Gable & 

Co., h. Skinner St. 
PETO, FRED G., CITY AUDITOR, 
ALSO REAL ESTATE AND IN- 
SURANCE, CHURCH, NEAR 
COMMERCIAL, PHONE 80, RES. 
CHAPEL ST. PHONE 184. 
PHENJX INSURANCE CO., BROOK- 
LYN, A. E. Planta, Ltd., Agents. 
Phillips, G., brusher, W. P. Co. 
PhiJlipson, James, miner, bds. Prideaux, 

near Hecate. 
Philpott, W. H., restaurant, Commer- 
cial St., h. Eraser, near Winthrop. 
PHOENIX OF HARTFORD, 

A. E. Planta, Ltd., Agents. 
Phye, R., ropeman. 
Pickup, Thomas, miner, h. Irwin, near 

Finlayson. 
Pike, Arthur C, engineer, h. Free Press 

Block. 

Pike & Morrison, bowling alley. Front 

Pilot Office, Gibson Block, Commercial. 

PIMBURY, E., & CO. (Edwin Pimbury) 

Drugs and Stationery, Commercial 

St., Phone 3. 

(See foot lines) 
Pimbury, Edwin (E. Pimbury & Co.), 

Commercial Street. 
Pioneer Auto Garage, W. H. Thompson, 

Prop., Chapel St. 
PIONEER BOTTLING WORKS, Wm. 
E. Rumming, Prop., Wallace, corner 
Wentworth. 
PIONEERS FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

Aitken & McLellan, Agents. 
Piper, Cyril, blacksmith, Ivs. Kennedy, 

near Franklyn. 
Piper, Harry, miner, Ivs. Milton, near 

Albert. 
Piper, John, miner, Ivs. Milton, near Al- 
Taert. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

^= JAPANESE FANCY GOODS =^ 
1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANOrSE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 



Piper, John C, miner, Ivi . ^^^,.i.ixcu.y , 
near Albert. 

Piper, Joseph E., employee Water- 
works, h. Kennedy, near Pranklyn. 

Piper, Joseph, Mrs., h. Machleary, near 
Pranklyn. 

Piper, Philip, miner, Ivs. Kennedy, near 
Franklyn. 

Piper, Thomas, miner, Ivs. Kennedy, 
near Hecate. 

Piper, Thomas P., drayman, h. Milton, 
near Albert. 

Piper, Wm. J., farrier, W. F. Co., Ivs. 
Milton, near Albert. 

Pittendrigh, George E. T., Manager B. 
C. Telephone Co., h. 4th, near 
Stewart. 

Place, John H., h. Comox, near E. & N. 
R. 

PLANTA, A. E., LTD., REAL ESTATE 
AND INSURANCE AGENTS, 
COMMERCIAL, NEAR CHAPEL. 
(See top lines.) 

PLANTA, ALBERT E., of A. E. PLAN- 
TA, LTD., MAYOR OF NA'NAIMO 
AND VICE-CONSUL FOR NOR- 
WAY, RES. THIRD STREET, Cor. 
NEWCASTLE AVE. 

Planta, Jeffrey E., carpenter, h. New- 
castle Ave., near Second. 

Platton, Thomas, timberman, h. Dick- 
son. 

Polkinghorne, Fred, miner, Ivs. Strick- 
land. 

Polkinghorne, James, miner, h. Strick- 
land. 
Polkinghorne, James W., miner, h. 

Haliburton, near Needham. 
Polkinghorne, John, miner, Jvs. Hali- 
burton, near Needham. 
Polkinghorne, Wm., miner, h. Irwin, 
near Dickson. 



Pacific Sheet Metal Works 

Office and Works : 931 VIEW STREET, VICTORIA, B. G. 

=P H O N E 1 7 7 2 = 



Sole Agents for " New Idea " Hot Air Furnaces 



West End Grocery Company, Ltd 

SELLING AGENTS FOR "VOONIA TEA" 



PHONES 88 «Sc 1761 



VICTORIA. B. O. 



THE WINDSOR, NANAiwio, B. c. 



-Joseph Fox, 



Proprietor- 



Headquarters for Commercial Men. 


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TRAVELLING MAN OR TOURIST 



IF TOU WANT A 

Saddle Horse,- a Single or Double Rig 

THE I. X. lTiVErTsTABLES 

NANAIMO, B. C. E. A. Hoskins, Prop. 

Pollard, Barbara, clerk David Spencer, 

Ltd., Ivs. Victoria Road. 
Pollard, Jennie R., bookkeeper, David 

iSpencer, Ltd., Ivs. Victoria Road. 
Pollard, Wm. J., general store and 

teaming, Victoria Road, near Mil- 
ton. 
Pollock, Wm. J., sales manager, W. F. 

Co., h. Prideaux, near Albert. 
Porteous & Dendoff (Frank Porteous 

and Herbert Dendoff), blacksmiths, 

Chapel St. 
Porteous, Frank (Porteous & Dendoff, 

h. Chapel. 
Possalthwaite, Thomas, Hamilton 

Powder Co. employee, bds. Ken- 
nedy, near Hecate. 
Potts, C. H. Beevor, barrister. Com- 
mercial, h. Milton, corner Went- 

worth. 
Powers, J. E. T. (The Powers & Doyle 

Co.), h. Stewart Ave. 
POWERS & DOYLE CO., THE. 

(J. E. T. Powers and J. F. Doyle), 

Clothiers, Commercial. 
Preston, Joe., electrician, bds. Queen's 

Hotel. 
Price, James, fire boss, Ivs. Five Acre. 
Price, Thomas, miner, Ivs. Five Acre. 
Priest, Elijah, surveyor, h. Wallace St. 
Priestly, Harold, engineer, Ivs. Fitz- 

william, corner Machleary. 
Priestly, John W., carpenter, h. Fitz- 

william, corner Machleary. 
Princess Skating Rink, Wm. McTarna- 

han, manager, Selby, near depot. 
Prioni, John, miner, bds. Prideaux, near 

Franklyn. 
Probert, James, miner, bds. Nanaimo 

Hotel. 
Provincial Hotel, Swanson & Hardy 

Props., Victoria Crescent. 
Prowse, James, teamster, Young's, Ivs. 

Farquhar, corner Nicol. 
Prowse, Richard, city foreman, roads, h. 

Farquhar, corner Nicol. 
Pryme, Frank, miner, h. Victoria Road, 

corner Watkins. 
Pudney, Miss F., h. Victoria Road, near 

Farquhar. 
Pywell, Won. H., miner, h. Kennedy, 

near Victoria Road. 



Quaggin, Thomas, foreman, W. P. Co. h. 

Victoria Road, corner Prideaux. 
QUEEN INSURANCE CO., 

A. E. Planta, Ltd., Agents. 
QUEEN'S HOTEL, 

George Merrifield, Prop., Victoria 

Crescent. 
Quennell, Edward (E. Quennell & 

Sons), h. Fitzwilliam St. 
QUENNELL, E., & SONS, 

(Edward, John W. and William), 

Props. Cosmopolitan and Crescent 

markets. 
Quennell, John W. (E. Quennell & 

Sons), h. Fitzwilliam St. 
Quennell, Wm. (E. Quennell & Sons), 

h. Fitzwilliam St. 
Quinn, John, engineer, W. F. Co., Ivs. 

Victoria Road, near Farquhar. 
Quinn, William (Quinn & Fort), h. 

Dunsmuir. 
Quinn & Fort (Wm. Quinn & Joseph 

Fort), Props. Vendome Hotel. 
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSUR- 
ANCE CO., A. E. Planta, Ltd., 

Agents. 
Raines, George, farmer, suburbs. 
Raines, Walter, farmer, suburbs. 
Ramsay, Joseph, engineer, 'h. Selby, 

near Albert. 
Ramsay, Robert, machinist, Ivs. Selby, 

near Albert. 
Randle, Albert, plumber. Union Brew- 
ery, h. Albert, near Selby. 
Randle, Arthur J., manager Randle 

Bros., h. McClary St. 
Randle Bros., A. J. Randle, manager, 

plumlbers, Commercial. V 

Randle, Joseph, miner, Ivs. Five Acre. 
Randle, Miss May, clerk David Spen- 
cer, Ltd., Ivs. Five Acre Lots. 
Randle, Oliver T. A., machinist, h. 

Richards, near Fitzwilliam. 
Randle, Wm., salesman, h. 5 acre plot. 
Rawling, John, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 

near Hecate. 
Rawlinson, Charles, grocer, corner Al- 
bert & Milton. 
Rawlinson, Dorcus, stenographer, A. E. 

Planta, Ltd., res. cor. Albert and 

Milton. 
RED FIR LUMBER COMPANY, T. A. 

SMITH, GENERAL MANAGER, 

BRIDGE, COR. COMOX ROAD. 

PHONE 19, OWNERS OF TUG 

"RED FIR." 

(See page 25.) 
Reading, Sybil, clerk, Ivs. Newcastle 

Townsite. 
Rees, David, miner, h. Victoria Cres. 
Rees, Mrs. D., confectioner, Victoria 

Crescent. 



The Melrose Co., Limited 

PAINTS, GLASS, WALL PAPER, ETC. p„°o5e''°o''6' ^""Jria 



FINANCIAL and 

INSURANCE 

AGENTS 



A. E. PLANTA, LTD, 

NANAIMO, B.C. Estab. 1888 



REAL ESTATE 
and LOANS 
PHONE 95 



Nanaimo 



Nanaimo 189 



Reese, Fred, miner, h. Strickland. 

Reeves, Joseph G., carpenter, W. F. Co. 
h. Watkins. 

Regan, Harold, bell boy Hotel Wilson. 

Reid, David W., blacksmith helper, h. 
Skinner, near Bastion. 

Reid, Hugh L., miner, h. iSkinner, near 
Bastion. 

Reid, Thomas, miner, h. Milton, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Reid, Wm., machinist, h. Skinner, near 
Bastion. 

Reifel, Conrad, brewer. Union Brewery, 
h. Dunsmuir. 

Reifel, Henry, manager Union Brewing 
Co., Ltd., h. Dunsmuir. 

Reilly, J. C, fisherman, h. Milton, near 
Franklyn. 

Renkius, Antoni, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Needham. 

Renney, James, miner, h. Haliburton. 

Renwick, John, retired, h. Selby, near 
Albert. 

Retton, David, farmer, h. Irwin, near 
Esplanade. 

REYNOLDS, F. S., PUBLISHER, THE 
DAILY HERALD, h. COMMER- 
CIAL. PHONE A108. 

Reynolds, Frank L., foreman Herald, 
h. Nicol, near Farquhar. 

Reynolds, Thomas, mach. runner, h. 
Brechin. 

Reynolds, Wm., machinist runner, h. 
Brechin. 

Richards, James, fireman, h. Fry. 

Richard, James, miner, h. Prideaux, 
near Comox. 

Richards, Wilkinson, miner, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Victoria Road. 

Richards, Wm., brusher, h. Irwin. 

RICHARDSON, LAWFORD, M., Man- 
ager Royal Bank of Canada, res. 
Stewart Ave. 

Richardson, Thomas, rancher, h. Stew- 
art Ave., near Fifth. 

Richdale, Herbert, carpenter, bds. Sel- 
by, near depot. 

Rickaby, Wm., miner, bds. Comox, cor- 
ner Wallace. 

Rickers, Chas. W., electrician Opera 
House, bds. The ^Shades. 

Rickson, Joseph, miner, h. Needham, 
near Gillespie. 

Rickson, Thomas, miner, h. Milton. 

Ridley, Thomas, miner, h. Haliburton, 
corner Needham. 

Ritchie, Joseph, M. P., master mariner, 
S.S. Joan. 

Ritchie, Waiter, logger, h. Haliburton, 
near Dickson. 

Ritchie, Wm. G., drayman, h. Milton, 
near Wentworth. 



Bank Fittings, Office Desks, School Desks, 
Opera Chairs, Lodge Furniture. 



E.G.PARNELL 



513 Hamilton St. 



Vancouver, B.C. 



Rivers, Robert, miner, h. Nicol, beyond 

city limits. 
Roberts, E., ropeman, W. F. Co. 
Roberts, Sarah, Ivs. Fitzwilliam, corner 

Selby. 
Roberts, T., brusher, W. F. Co. 
Robertson, David S., miner, bds. 

Queen's Hotel. 
Robertson, James, miner, h. Kennedy, 

near Hecate. 
Robertson, James, miner, h. Machleary, 

near Fitzwilliam. 
Robertson, Magnus K., miner, h. Nicol, 

near Robins. 
Robertson, M. J., pumpman, W. F. Co. 
Robertson, Robt., Prop. Brittanic Hotel. 
Robinson, Christopher, clerk, Spencer's, 

Ivs. Gillespie. 
Robinson, Edward H., painter, h. 

Eraser, near Winthrop. 
Robinson, Herbert, * blacksmith, h. 

Nicol, near Farquhar. 
Robinson, Joseph, barber, Victoria 

Crescent, h. Kennedy. 
Robinson, Joseph, butcher, Quennell & 

Sons, h. Kennedy St. 
Robinson, Sclina, Mrs., proprietress 

Mountain View Hotel, Newcastle 

Townsite. 
Robson, John, Rev., pastor Wallace St. 

Methodist Church, h. Wallace, cor. 

FVanklyn. 
Roddam, Thomas, miner, h. McAdie 

Block. 
Rodean, Thomas, miner, bds. Victoria 

Cres. 
Rogers, Edward, carpenter, bds. Vic- 
toria Crescent. 
Rogers, Mrs. E., h. Nicol, past city 

limits. 
Rogers, Frank, bell boy Hotel Wilson. 

VICTORIA INSTITUTE 



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Nanaimo 



MANUFACTURING and RETAIL JEWELERS. 

We will carefully select for you any article 
you may require and forward same prompt- 
ly. Goods may be returned to us if not 
satisfactory, and money will be refunded. 

VICTORIA. 



GHALLONER & MITCHELL, 



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-Refer to drawer " J " when ordering.- 



Rogers, Frank, miner, h. Prideaux, cor. 

Franklyn. 
Rogers, Stephen, miner, h. Richards, 

near Wentworth. 
Rollo, George, Mrs., widow, h. Stewart 

Ave., near Second. 
Rollo, James, teamster, Wm. Hoggan, 

h. Stewart Ave., near Second. 
Roman Catholic Cemetery, near Gen- 
eral Hospital. 
Roper, William, miner, h. Prideaux, 

near Comox. 
Rose, Arthur, miner, bds. Crescent 

Hotel. 
Rose, Walter, pusher, h. Newcastle 

Townsite. 
Rosewall, Charles H., carpenter, Ivs. 

Kennedy, cor. Comox. 
Rosewall, George A., fruits, Church 

St., h. Comox Rd. 
Rosewall, James, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 

near Comox. 
Rosewall, Sarah E., widow, h. Kennedy, 

cor. Comox. 
Rosie, Arthur, miner, bds. Prideaux, 

near Hecate. 
Ross, Joseph G., veterinary surgeon, 

h. Haliburton, near Farquhar. 
Ross, Lamont, machinist W. F. Co., 

h. Gillespie. 
Rossi, G., wholesale liquors, Mill, 

near Prideaux. 
Rouviez, Jean, miner, h. Haliburton, 

near Finlayson. 
Rowa, Oscar, m^ner, h. Irwin, cor. 

Sebastion. 
Rowan, Alexander, miner, h. Kennedy, 

cor. Franklyn. 
Rowan, James, miner, h. Comox, 

near Wallace. 
Rowan, John, miner, h. Victoria, near 

Farquhar. 
Rowbottom, Albert, miner, h. Vic- 
toria Rd., near Pine. 
Rowbottom, Francis, baker Union 
Bakery, Ivs. Milton, cor. Fitz- 
william. 
Rowbottom, Frederick J., baker, h. 

Milton, near Fitzwilliam. 
Rowbottom, Frederick, miner, h. Gill- 
espie. 
Rowbottom, Frederick, Sr., retired, 
h. Farquhar, cor. Nlcol. 



Rowbottom, Herbert, employee Union 
Bakery, Ivs. Milton, cor. Fitz- 
william. 

Rowbottom, Robert, miner, h, Strick- 
land. 

Rowbottom, Susannah, widow of 
Francis, Union Bakery, Milton, 
cor. Fitzwilliam, res. same. 

Rowbottom, Thomas, miner, h. Need- 
ham, cor. Victoria, Rd. 

Rowbottom, Walter, T., miner, h. 
Franklyn, near Milton. 

Rowe, Henry K., miner, h. Prideaux, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Rowe, Irene, bookkeeper, h. Halibur- 
ton, cor. Needham. 

Rowe, Mrs. M. A., general store, Hali- 
burton, cor. Needham. 

Rowe, Philip, carpenter, h. Kennedy, 
near Albert. 

Rowley, David, car builder W. F. Co., 
Ivs. Machleary, near Franklyn. 

Rowley, Joseph, blacksmith W. F. Co., 
h. Machleary near Franklyn. 

Rowley, Louis, nurse Nanaimo Hos- 
pital, Ivs. same. 

Rowley, Sarah L., nurse General Hos- 
pital, Ivs. Machleary, near Frank- 
lyn. 

ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, THE, 
L. M. RICHARDSON, MANAGER, 
COMMERCIAL, COR. BASTION. 
PHONE 32. 

ROYAL INSURANCE CO., A. E. Plan- 
ta, Ltd., Agents. 

Rudd, John M., accountant, A. R. 
Johnston & Co., res. Front St. 

Rugel, Joseph, timberman W. F. Co. 

Rumming, Charles, driver, h. Wal- 
lace, near Wentworth. 

Rumming, Wm. E., proprietor Pioneer 
Bottling Works, h. Kennedy, near 
Franklyn. 

Rushford, A., tracklayer W. F. Co. 

Russell, James P., blacksmith, h. 
Selby, near Albert. 

Russell, R., miner W. F. Co. 

Ryoden, Steve, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Needham. 

Sabiston, L., widow of Peter, h. Wal- 
lace, near Wentworth. 

Sabiston, J., h. Cavan, cor. Albert. 

Sadakwa, John, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Robins. 

Sage, Edward, Ivs. Newcastle Town- 
site. 

Sage, George H., h. Newcastle Town- 
site. 

Sage, George H., Jr., Ivs. Newcastle 
Townsite. 

St. Ann's Convent, Sister Superior, 
Mary Perpetual Help, Wallace, 
near Wentworth. 



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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Church, 

cor. Front St. 
Salmond, Andrew, miner, h. Nicol. 
Sam, Chong & Co., store. New China- 
town. 
Sampson, Albert J., clerk, h. Prideaux, 

near Comox. 
Sampson, J., hardware. Commercial, 

h. Prideaux., near Comox. 
Sampson, Mary, widow of James, Ivs. 

Milton, near Albert. 
Sampson, William, clerk, Ivs. Pri- 
deaux,, near Comox. 
Sands, Barney, miner, h. Wall, near 

Holly Ave. 
Sandwith, Jonathan, miner bds. Sel- 

by, near depot. 
Savage, Wm., miner, bds. Queen's 

Hotel. 
Savage, W. G., teamster F. Dawson's, 

bds. Queen's Hotel. 
Saville, Luther, tracklayer, h. Milton. 
Sawyers, Richard, carpenter, Ivs. Al- 
bert, near Milton. 
Sbarbori, Joseph, proprietor Balmoral 

Hotel, Haliburton St. 
Scales, Clarence, express and dray, 

Ivs. Dickson, cor, Irwin. 
Scales, David, miner, h. Kennedy, near 

Hecate. 
Scales, Francis R., miner, Ivs. Dickson, 

cor. Irwin. 
Scales, John H., horseshoer Extn. 

Mine, h. Dickson, cor. Irwin. 
Scales, Wm., driver Extn. Mine, Ivs. 

Dickson, cor. Irwin. 
Schofield, Arthur, teamster W P. Co., 

h. Nicol. 
Sciully, Dominico, brusher, h. Hali- 
burton. 
Scott, Arthur H., miner, bds. Queen's 

Hotel. 
Scott, Charles, miner, bds. Mountain 

View Hotel. 
Scott, David, employee W. F. Co., h. 

Haliburton, cor. Farquhar. 
Scott, Edward, brusher W. F. Co. 
Scott, Gideon, baker, Ivs. Irwin, near 

Esplanade. 
Scott, Isaac, miner Ivs. Robson, near 

Fitzwilliam. 
Scott, James, brusher, h. Wallace. 
Scott, Thomas, employee H. P. Co., 

bds. Mountain View Hotel. 
Scott, Wm., miner, h. Robson, near 

Fitzwilliam. 
SCOTTISH UNION & NATIONAL 
'INSURANCE CO., A. E. Planta, 

Ltd., Agents. 
Scoville, Wm. N., autos, Skinner St., h. 

same. 
Sedola, Andrew, employee Brewery, Ivs. 

Haliburton. 



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Sedolo, Luigi, miner, h. Haliburton, 

near Finlayson. 
Seggie, John, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, near 

Hecate. 
Seggie, Peter, clerk, Ivs. Prideaux, near 

Hecate. 
Seggie, Robert, iminer, Ivs. Prideaux, 

near Hecate. 
Seggie, Wm., miner, h. Prideaux, near 

Hecate. 
Seinlli, Dumenico, miner, h. Prideaux, 

near Franklyn. 
Selby, Wm., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Semain, Louis, brusher, W. F. Co. 
Sembrat, S., brusher, W. F. Co. 
Sewell, J., miner, W. P. Co. 
Shades, The, Frederick P. Gouge, Prop., 

Commercial. 
Shakespeare, Enoch, real estate, Vic- 
toria Crescent, h. Milton. 
Sharman, Joseph, Second hand store, 

Comimercial, h. McClary St. 
Sharp, Andrew, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Sharp, John, general store, Nicol, cor. 

Dickson. 
Shaw, Henry B., of J. Shaw & Son, h. 

Selby, near Fitzwilliam. 
Shaw, Herbert C, bookkeeper. Bank of 

Commerce, h. Stewart Ave. 
Shaw, John, Inland Rev. Collector, h. 

Stewart, near Fourth. 
Shaw, J., & Son (Joseph H. and Harry 

B. Shaw) boathouse. Wharf St. 
Shaw, Joseph H. (J. Shaw & Son), Ivs. 

Selby, near Fitzwilliam. 
Shaw, Lesley J., teacher Middle Ward 

School. 
Shenton, Arthur, lamphouse W. F. Co., 

Ivs. Nicol, corner Needham. 
Shenton, Thomas J., miner, h. Nicol, 

corner Needham. 



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Shephard, Harry, Jr., miner, Ivs. Ken- 
nedy, near Hecate. 

Shephard, Harry, Sr., fire boss, h. Ken- 
nedy, near Hecate. 

Shephard, Walter, miner, Ivs. Kennedy, 
near Hecate. 

Shepherd, Charlotte M., stenographer, 
The Ladysimith Lumber Co., Ltd., 
Fourth, near Stewart. 

SHEPHERD, FRANCIS H., mining en- 
gineer, h. Fourth, near Vancouver 
Ave. 

iSherwin, R. H., clerk A. R. Johnston & 
Co., h. Bridge. 

Shing Cheng, laundry, Wallace, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Shirrocks, Wm., carpenter, bds. Vic- 
toria Cres. 

Short, Linton S., clerk A. R. Johnston 
& Co., h. Farquhar, near Nicol. 

Shortridge, F. A., accountant Red Fir 
Lumber Co., Ivs. Wallace, near Co- 
mox. 

Siddell, Sadie, bookkeeper, h. 5 acre. 

Siddell, Wm. S. D., tailor, Commercial 
h. Victoria Road. 

Sidel, Robert, miner, Ivs. Nicol, past 
city limits. 

Silva- White, Rev. Algernon, rector St. 
Paul's Episcopal Church, res. Front 
corner Church. 

Simm, Wm., iminer, h. Victoria Cres., 
rear ProvM. Hotel. 

Simmonds, John G., clerk, Bank of 
Commerce, h. Chapel, near Church. 

Simonds, Rev. James, rector Church of 
England, h. Chapel. 

Simpson, George, laborer, Ivs. Irwin, 
corner Deverill Sq. 

SIMPSON, J. H., BARRISTER, SOLI- 
CITOR AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 
CHURCH, NEAR COMIVIERCIAL, 
h. MILTON ST. 

Simpson, John I., retired, h. Irwin, cor. 
Deverill Sq. 

Simpson, Joseph, miner, Ivs. Irwin, cor. 
Deverill Sq. 

Simpson, Russell, barrister, Ivs. Milton, 
near Franklyn. 

Sinclair, Wm., teamster, h. Haliburton, 
near Farquhar. 



Sing Chung Lung, store. Old China- 
town. 

Siville, Luther, miner, h. Fifth, near 
Stewart Ave. 

Skinner, rancher, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Skinner, Herbert, manager real estate 
dept., A. E. Planta, Ltd., res. Cha- 
pel St. 

Slaughter, A. G., slaughterman. Smith 
& Marwick, h. Haliburton. 

Slaughter, George, butcher. Smith & 
Marwick, h. Haliburton, near Dick- 
son. 

Slavin, Frank, miner, Ivs, Kennedy, 
near Hecate. 

Slavin, James, bartender, The Shades, 
h. Haliburton, near Nicol. 

Slavin, John, h. Kennedy, near Albert. 

Slavin, John, miner, h. Kennedy, near 
Hecate. 

Slavin, John, orderly Nanaimo Hospi- 
tal, Ivs. same. 

Slavin, Luke, cigar maker, Ivs. Ken- 
nedy, near Hecate. 

Slavin, Michael, miner, Ivs. Kennedy, 
near Hecate. 

SLOAN, WM., M. P., h. Stewart Ave., 
corner Third. 

Smiley, James, employee R.F.L. Co., Ivs, 
Robson. 

Smith, Andrew J., of Smith & Mar- 
wick, h. Fitzwilliam, corner Ken- 
nedy. 

Smith, Burford H., Collector of Cus- 
toms, h. Front. 

Smith, Charles, carpenter, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Smith, Clair, carpenter, h. Wallace, 
near Campbell. 

Smith, Claude, teamster, h. Wallace, 
near Campbell. 

Smith, George, Sawyer R. F. L. Co., 
South Wellington. 

Smith, Harry, bartender, Windsor Ho- 
tel. 

Smith, Harry, miner, Ivs. Newcastle 
Ave., near Third. 

Smith, Mrs. H. R., h. Farquhar, corner 
Irwin. 

Smith, James, employee H. P. Co., bds. 
Mountain View Hotel. 

Smith, James, mill foreman W. F. Co. 

Smith, Janet, widow, h. Newcastle Ave., 
near Third. 

Smith, John, emp. H. P. Co., Ivs. New- 
castle Ave., near Third. 

Smith, John, miner, Ivs. Victoria Road, 
near Farquhar. 

Smith, John H., carpenter, h. Skinner, 
near Bastion. 

Smith, Joseph, miner, h. Kennedy, near 
Albert. 



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Smith, Matthew, miner, bds. Albert, nr. 
Selby. 

Smith, Ralph, M. P., h. Milton, between 
Albert and Franklyn. 

Smith, Sydney J., express, Farquhar, 
corner Irwin. 

Smith, S., carpenter, bds. Queen's Hotel. 

SMITH, J. A., MANAGER RED FIR 
LUMBER CO., LTD., bds. WIND- 
SOR HOTEL. 

Smith, Thoimas, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Needham. 

Smith, W. L., sawyer R. F. L. Co., h. 
South Wellington. 

Smith & Marwiclc (Andrew J. Smith & 
John Marwick), butchers, Nicol, ft. 
of Cavan. 

Snider, Albert B., h. Franklyn, near 
Milton. 

Snider, Wellington, teamster, W. F. Co., 
h. Haliburton, near Dickson. 

Snowden, Charles, engineer, B. Welling- 
ton mine, h. Haliburton, near Far- 
quhar. 

Snowden, Edgar, bartender. Eagle, Ivs. 
Nicol, corner Farquhar. 

Snowden, Mrs. Isaac, bds. Nicol, near 
Farquhar. 

Snyder, Gertrude, waitress, Windsor 
Hotel. 

Solmie, Henry, miner, h. Prideaux, near 
Franklyn. 

Southern, John C, miner, h. Prideaux, 
near Albert. 

Spagnet, David, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Grace. 

Speakman, J., roperider, W. F. Co. 

Spear, Richard, miner, h. Prideaux, 
near Co-mox. 

Speir, Allan, Mrs., h. Kennedy, near 
Victoria Road. 

Spence, John, carpenter, h. Prideaux, 
near Albert. 

Spence, Mary E., widow of George, 
Ivs. Prideaux, near Albert. 

Spencer, Arthur, Jr., miner, Ivs. 5 
acre. 

Spencer, Arthur E., miner Ivs. 5 acre. 

Spencer, Charles, miner, Ivs'. 5 acre. 

SPENCER, DAVID, LTD., E. E. SUM- 
MERS, MANAGER, VICTORIA 
ORES. 

(See page 21) 

Spencer, Walter, messenger Dominion 
Government telegraphs. 

Spicer, Albert E., employee water 
wks, h. Kennedy, nr. Franklyn. 

Spinato, Alfred, farmer, Wellington. 

Stafford, Matthew miner h. Victoria 
Rd. near Farquhar. 

Stainsby, Ada, nurse Nanaimo Hos- 
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Stainsby, Harry, carpenter, bds. Selby, 

near depot. 
Stamp, Thomas, bds. Haliburton, cor. 

Finlayson. 
Stannard, Frank J., feed store; h. 4th, 

cor. Union Ave. 
Stark, Milford G. carpenter, h. Milton, 

near Fitzwilliam. 
Stathan, John, farmer, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Stathan, Joseph, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Stearman, Frederick C, drug store, 

Victoria Cres., h. Milton Cor. 

Franklyn. 
Steele, Thomas, miner, h. 39 Irwin, 

cor. Finlayson. 
Stephens, Arthur, driver, h. 5 acre. 
Stephen, Gus, miner, h. Nicol, near 

Needham. 
Stephenson, David, chief provincial 

police, Ivs. provincial jail. 
Stephenson, Nelson L., miner, h. 

Nicol, near Watkins. 
STERLING ACCIDENT AND GUAR- 
ANTEE CO., Aitken & McLellan, 

Agents. 
Stevens, Charles G., restaurant. Bas- 
tion, near Commercial, h. same. 
Stevens, Elizabeth, teacher Harewood 

School Ivs. 5 acre. 
Stevens, George, miner, h. Haliburton, 

near Needham. 
Stevens, Geo. H., retired, h. Went- 

worth near Wallace. 
Stevens, John, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Stevens, Oscar C, filer R. F. L. Co., 

h. Kennedy, near Comox. 
Stevens, Robert, blacksmith R. F. L. 

Co, bds. Comox, cor. Wallace. 
Stevenson, H., M., tailor, J. A. Cald- 
well, h. 5 acre lots. 
Stevenson, John, bds. Prideaux, near 

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Stevenson, Robert, blacksmith R. F. 
L. Co.. Comox, cor. "Wallace. 

Stewart. Alex., minej, Irwin, near Far- 
Quhar. 

Stewart, Annie S.. tj'pist Provincial 
'Government Office. 

Stewart. Dan, carpenter, city water- 
works, h. Haliburton, near Dick- 
son. 

Stewart, Duncan, carpenter, h. Milton, 
near Hecate. 

Stewart. George, miner, h. Fitzwil- 
Jiam. 

Stewart, James, miner, h. Milton, near 
FrankljTi. 

Stewart, John D., miner, h. Finlay- 
son, cor. Victoria Rd. 

Stewart, Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 
Milton, near Hecate. 

Stewart, PeteJ, miner, bds. Grand 
Hotel. 

Stewart, Thomas, carpenter, h. Ken- 
nedy, near Albert. 

Strlngrer, "Wm., upholsterer, bds. Pa- 
lace Hotel. 

Stockett, Miss Margraret, Ivs. Flnlay- 
son. cor. Xjcol. 

Stockett, Thomas R., manager "W. F. 
Co., h. Finlayson, cor. Nicol 

Stolzenberg, Harry, miner, h. Need- 
ham, near Haliburton. 

Stonehouse, Robert, miner, h. Hall- 
burton, near Needham. 

Storey, Christopher. Ivs. 5 acre. 

Storey, John T., bratticeman, h. Nlcol. 

Storey. Sidney, employee Dobeson's 
Foundry, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Storey, Wm., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Strom dren. C, captain "Alert," h. 
Esplanade, near Irwin. 

Stubbert, Wm., employee sawmill, h. 
Nicol. near Robins. 

StuU. Herman, bartender, "Wilson 
Hotel. 

Styger. Louis, farmer. Cedar. 

Sullivan, Mrs. Dan., h. "Victoria Cres. 

Sullivan, J., h. Selby, near Albert. 

Summerhoyes, Alfred. bricklayer, h. 
"V^'allac-e, near "Wentworth. 

Summers, Emerson E., manager David 
Spencer. Ltd.. h. Albert. 

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Eugene Arnold, agent, Hecate, 
near Prideaux. 
SUTHERLAND, CHARLES A.. CITY 
EDITOR FREE PRESS, h. SKIN- 
NER ST. 
Sutherland, Wm., employee Nanaimo 

Factory. 
Sutherland, "Wm. M.. engineer, h. 

3rd, near Holly Ave. 
Sutton, Albert, nniner, Ivs. r> acre. 
Sutton, George, miner, Ivs. r> acTe. 
Sutton. Hannah, Mrs., h. fi acre. 
Sutton, Horace, employee Empire 

Brewerj' h. 5 acre. 
Sutton. John, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Sutton. Percy, miner. Ivs. ri acre. 
Swain, Marie, head milliner David 
Spencer, Ltd., Ivs. Windsor 
Hotel. 
Swanson, Alexander, miner, Ma.ch- 

learj-, near Comox. 
Swanson. Ann, Mrs., h. Machleary, 

near Comox. 
Swanson, John h. Machleary, near 

Comox. 
Swanson, R., (Swani^on & Hardy), 

bds. Provincial Hotel. 
Swanson. Wm., miner, Ivs. Mach- 
leary, near Connox. 
Swanson & Hardy (R. Swanson and 
Wm. Hardy), proprietors Pro- 
vincial Hotel. 
Tadt, Andrew, shoemaker, Victoria 

Cres., h. Irwln, near Esplanade. 
Tait, Charles, printer. Free Press, h. 

Wallace St. 
Talfor, Mrs. E. A., h. Selby. cor. 

Hecate 
Taylor, Da^nd, retired, h. Selby, near 

FVanklyn. 
Taylor. E. G., Fisheries Inspr.. Stewart 

Ave., near First. 
Taylor, James, miner, h. Comox Road. 
Taylor, James, miner, h. Irwin, near 

Dickson. 
Taylor, John, Tniner, h. Milton, near 

Wentworth. 
Taylor. Peter, miner, h. Fty, near Far- 

quhar. 
Taylor, Thomas H., miner, b. Halibur- 
ton, comer Robins. 
Taylor, Wm. A., brusher, h. Victoria 

Road. 
Teague, Etta, operator B. C. Telephone 

Co., h. Wallace, near Fitzwilliam. 
Teague. Frank, clerk, Ivs. Wallace, near 

Fitzwilliam. 
Teague, John, miner, h. Wallace, near 

Fitzwilliam. 
Teague. Thomas, employee Water- 
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TfJford, Gftorge, miner, h. Richards, 
near Wentworth. 

Telford, Robert, miner, bds. Balmoral 
Hotel. 

Telford, Wm., miner, h. Milton, near 
HtzwilHam. 

Thomas, Albert J., butcher, Ivs. Hali- 
burton, corner Finlayson. 

Thomas, David, boss driver, W. F. Co., 
bds. Selby, near Albert. 

Thomas, John D., general store, Hali- 
burton, comer Finlayson. 

Thomas, Lewis, miner, h. Irwin, near 
Dickson. 

Thomas, Wm., miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Needham. 

Thomas, Wm. J., butcher, h. Halibur- 
ton, corner Finlayson. 

Thompson, Adam, retired, Ivs. Nicol, 
corner Pine. 

Thompson, Amy A., housekeeper, 
Windsor Hotel. 

Thompson, Duncan, roperider, h. sub- 
urbs. 

Thompson, James W., miner, h. Vic- 
toria Road. 

Thompson, John, clerk, Pearson & Co., 
h. Dickson, corner Victoria Road. 

Thompson, John, janitor P. O. Bldg., 
Front. 

Thompson, John, miner, h. Campbell, 
near Wallace. 

Thompson, John, miner, Ivs. Kennedy, 
near Wentworth. 

Thompson, Joseph, miner, h. Mach- 
leary, near Victoria Road. 

Thompson, Joseph, miner, h. Strick- 
land. 

Thompson, Robert, miner, h. Nicol, 
near Farquhar. 

Thompson, Samuel, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Frankljn. 

Thomson, Walter E., assistant post- 
master, h. Milton, near Frankljm. 

Thompson, Walter H., autos, h. Chapel. 

Thompson, Wm., miner, h. Irwin, near 
Finlayson. 

Thompson, Wm., miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Wentworth. 

Thompson, Wm., miner, h. Nicol, cor. 
Pine. 

Thomson, Andrew, miner, h. Milford 
Crescent. 

Thomson, Robert, miner, Ivs. Milford 
Crescent. 

Thorne, Edward, butcher, h. Albert, 
corner Dunsmuir. 

Thornton, Septimus, miner, h. Brechin. 

Thorpe, Wm. H., miner, h. Strickland. 

Thurston, Bessie, widow, h. Comox 
Road, corner Eraser. 



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Tilley, George, miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Finlayson. 

Timmins, Joseph, loader, h. Milton. 

Tippett, Sampson, D., caretaker ceme- 
tery, h. Prideaux, near Comox. 

Tippet, William, emp. J. Hemans & Co., 
h. corner Richard and Wentworth. 

Tissue, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Todd, David, miner, h. Kennedy, near 
Hecate. 

Todd, James, mach. helper, Ivs. Ken- 
nedy, near Hecate. 

Togneto, M., driver, W^ F. Co. 

Tom, Chue, Thorn, Chinese Mission, 
Old Chinatown. 

Tomlinson, Edward, miner, h. Victoria 
Road, corner Pine. 

Torrance, Thomas, miner, h. Milton, 
near Victoria Road. 

Townsley, Charles, miner, h. Prideaux. 

Tozneto, G., mach. runner, W. F. Co. 

Trawford, Charles J., provincial con- 
stable, h. Stewart Ave., corner 
First. 

Trott Charles, miner, bds. Milton, near 
Victoria Road. 

Trowse, James, driver, J. Young. 

Tuck, Harry F., miner, bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

TunstaJl, E., clerk store department, 
W. F. Co. 

Tunstall, J., ropeman, Ivs. Victoria 
Road, near Pine. 

Tunstall, Mary, widow, h. Victoria 
Road, near Pine. 

Turner, Arthur, butcher, Ivs. Milton, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Turner, Fred, emp. J. Hemans & Co., 
h. Kennedy, near Albert. 

Turner, Joe, miner, W. F. Co. 

Turner, Margaret, widow, h. Milton, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Turner, Wm., miner, Ivs. Milton, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Turton, George, miner, Ivs. Franklyn, 
near E. & N. R. 

Tweed, Edward, retired, h. Albert, near 
Dunsmuir. 

Tyler, H., machine runner, h. Duns- 
muir. 

Tyler, Isaac, miner, h. Kennedy, near 
Fitzwilliam. 



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Stevenson, Robert, blacksmith R. F. 
L. Co., Comox, cor. Wallace. 

Stewart, Alex., miner, Irwin, near Far- 
quhar. 

Stewart, Annie S., typist Provincial 
Government Office. 

Stewart, Dan, carpenter, city water- 
works, h. Haliburton, near Dick- 
son, 

Stewart, Duncan, carpenter, h. Milton, 
near Hecate. 

Stewart, George, miner, h. Fitzwil- 
liam. 

Stewart, James, miner, h. Milton, near 
Franklyn. 

Stewart, John D., miner, h. Finlay- 
son, cor. Victoria Rd. 

Stewart, Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 
Milton, near Hecate. 

Stewart, Peter, miner, bds. Grand 
Hotel. 

Stewart, Thomas, carpenter, h. Ken- 
nedy, near Albert. 

Stringer, Wm., upholsterer, bds. Pa- 
lace Hotel. 

Stockett, Miss Margaret, Ivs. Finlay- 
son, cor. Nicol. 

Stockett, Thomas R., manager W. F. 
Co., h. Finlayson, cor. Nicol 

Stolzenberg, Harry, miner, h. Need- 
ham, near Haliljurton. 

Stonehouse, Robert, miner, h. Hali- 
burton, near Needham. 

Storey, Christopher, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Storey, John T., bratticeman, h. Nicol. 

Storey, Sidney, employee Dobeson's 
Foundry, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Storey, Wm., miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Stromdren, C, captain "Alert," h. 
Esplanade, near Irwin. 

Stubbert, Wm., employee sawmill, h. 
Nicol, near Robins. 

Stull, Herman, bartender, Wilson 
Hotel. 

Styger, Louis, farmer. Cedar. 

Sullivan, Mrs. Dan., h. Victoria Cres. 

Sullivan, J., h. Selby, near Albert. 

Summerhoyes, Alfred, bricklayer, h. 
Wallace, near Wentworth. 

Summers, Emerson E., manager David 
Spencer, Ltd., h. Albert. 

SUN FIRE OFFICE, A. E. Planta, 
Ltd., Agents. 



Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada, 
Eugene Arnold, agent, Hecate, 
near Prideaux. 

SUTHERLAND, CHARLES A., CITY 
EDITOR FREE PRESS, h. SKIN- 
NER ST. 

Sutherland, Wm., employee Nanaimo 
Factory. 

Sutherland, Wm. M., engineer, h. 
3rd, near Holly Ave. 

Sutton, Albert, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Sutton, George, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Sutton, Hannah, Mrs., h. 5 acre. 

Sutton, Horace, employee Empire 
Brewery h. 5 acre. 

Sutton, John, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Sutton, Percy, miner, Ivs. .5 acre. 

Swain, Marie, head milliner David 
Spencer, Ltd., Ivs. Windsor 
Hotel. 

Swanson, Alexander, miner, Mach- 
leary, near Comox. 

Swanson, Ann, Mrs., h. Machleary, 
near Comox. 

Swanson, John h. Machleary, near 
Comox. 

Swanson, R., (Swanson & Hardy), 
bds. Provincial Hotel. 

Swanson, Wm., miner, Ivs. Mach- 
leary, near Comox. 

Swanson & Hardy (R. Swanson and 
Wm. Hardy), proprietors Pro- 
vincial Hotel. 

Tait, Andrew, shoemaker, Victoria 
Cres., h. Irwin, near Esplanade. 

Tait, Charles, printer. Free Press, h. 
Wallace St. 

Talfor, Mrs. E. A., h. Selby, cor. 
Hecate 

Taylor, David, retired, h. Selby, near 
Franklyn. 

Taylor, E. G., Fisheries Inspr., Stewart 
Ave., near First. 

Taylor, James, miner, h. Comox Road. 

Taylor, James, miner, h. Irwin, near 
Dickson. 

Taylor, John, -miner, h. Milton, near 
Wentworth. 

Taylor, Peter, miner, h. Fry, near Far- 
quhar. 

Taylor, Thomas H, miner, h. Halibur- 
ton, corner Robins. 

Taylor, Wm. A., brusher, h. Victoria 
Road. 

Teague, Etta, operator B. C. Telephone 
Co., h. Wallace, near Fitzwilliam. 

Teague, Frank, clerk, Ivs. Wallace, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Teague, John, miner, h. Wallace, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Teague. Thomas, employee Water- 
works, h. Nicol, near Needham. 



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Telford, George, miner, h. Richards, 
near Wentworth. 

Telford, Robert, miner, bds. Balmoral 
Hotel. 

Telford, Wm., miner, h. Milton, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Thomas, Albert J., butcher, Ivs. Hali- 
burton, corner Finlayson. 

Thomas, David, boss driver, W. F. Co., 
bds. Selby, near Albert. 

Thomas, John D., general store, Hali- 
burton, corner Finlayson. 

Thomas, Lewis, >miner, h. Irwin, near 
Dickson. 

Thomas, Wm., miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Needham. 

Thomas, Wm. J., butcher, h. Halibur- 
ton, corner Finlayson. 

Thompson, Adam, retired, Ivs. Nicol, 
corner Pine. 

Thompson, Amy A., housekeeper, 
Windsor Hotel. 

Thompson, Duncan, roperider, h. sub- 
urbs. 

Thompson, James W., miner, h. Vic- 
toria Road. 

Thompson, John, clerk, Pearson & Co., 
h. Dickson, corner "Victoria Road. 

Thompson, John, janitor P. O. Bldg'., 
Front. 

Thompson, John, iminer, h. Campbell, 
near Wallace. 

Thompson, John, miner, Ivs. Kennedy, 
near Wentworth. 

Thompson, Joseph, miner, h. Mach- 
leary, near Victoria Road. 

Thompson, Joseph, miner, h. Strick- 
land. 

Thompson, Robert, miner, h. Nicol, 
near Farquhar. 

Thompson, Samuel, miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Frankljm. 

Thomson, Walter E., assistant post- 
master, h. Milton, near Franklyn. 

Thompson, Walter H., autos, h. Chapel. 

Thompson, Wm., miner, h. Irwin, near 
Finlayson. 

Thompson, Wm., miner, h. Kennedy, 
near Wentworth. 

Thompson, Wm., miner, h. Nicol, cor. 
Pine. 

Thomson, Andrew, miner, h. Milford 
Crescent. 

Thomson, Robert, miner, Ivs. Milford 
Crescent. 

Thorne, Edward, butcher, h. Albert, 
corner Dunsmuir. 

Thornton, Septimus, miner, h. Brechin. 

Thorpe, Wm. H., miner, h. Strickland. 

Thurston, Bessie, widow, h. Comox 
Road, corner Eraser. 



Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Mills: 355 Garbally Road Phone 864 
City Office cor. Fort and Broad Streets 

Best quality Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Moldings 
and Lath, furnished customers. 



Tilley, George, ^miner, h. Haliburton, 
near Finlayson. 

Timmins, Joseph, loader, h. Milton. 

Tippett, Sampson, D., caretaker ceme- 
tery, h. Prideaux, near Comox. 

Tippet, William, emp. J. Hemans & Co., 
h. corner Richard and Wentworth. 

Tissue, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Todd, David, miner, h. Kennedy, near 
Hecate. 

Todd, James, mach. helper, Ivs. Ken- 
nedy, near Hecate. 

Togneto, M., driver, W. F. Co. 

Tom, Chue, Thom, Chinese Mission, 
Old Chinatown. 

Tomlinson, Edward, miner, h. Victoria 
Road, corner Pine. 

Torrance, Thomas, miner, h. Milton, 
near Victoria Road. 

Townsley, Charles, miner, h. Prideaux. 

Tozneto, G., mach. runner, W. F. Co. 

Trawford, Charles J., provincial con- 
stable, h. Stewart Ave., corner 
First. 

Trott, Charles, miner, bds. Milton, near 
Victoria Road. 

Trowse, James, driver, J. Young. 

Tuck, Harry F., miner, 'bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

Tunstall, E., clerk store department, 
W. P. Co. 

Tunstall, J., ropeman, Ivs. Victoria 
Road, near Pine. 

Tunstall, Mary, widow, h. Victoria 
Road, near Pine. 

Turner, Arthur, butcher, Ivs. Milton, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Turner, Fred, emp. J. Hemans & Co., 
h. Kennedy, near Albert. 

Turner, Joe, miner, W. P. Co. 

Turner, Margaret, widow, h. Milton, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Turner, Wm., miner, Ivs. Milton, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Turton, George, miner, Ivs. Franklyn, 
near E. & N. R. 

Tweed, Edward, retired, h. Albert, near 
Dunsmuir. 

Tyler, H., machine runner, h. Duns- 
muir. 

Tyler, Isaac, miner, h. Kennedy, near 
Fitzwilliam. 



Lawrence Goodacre & Sons 

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196 Nanaimo 



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GRIFFIN W. JONES 

Stocks, Bonds, High 
Grade Investments. 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitar^ Block 
VICTORIA, B. C. 



Tyrer, A. Sidney, manager insurance 
dept., A. E. Planta, Ltd., res. New- 
castle, cor. Third St. 

Ueno, S., confectioner. Commercial, h. 
same. 

Union Bakery, Mrs. S. Rowbottom, pro- 
prietress, Milton, cor. Fitzwilliam. 

Union Brewing Company, Ltd., Henry 
Reifel, manager, Dunsmuir. 

UNITED STATES FIDELITY & 
GUARANTEE CO., A. E. Planta, 
Ltd., Agents. 

Valley, Nestor, miner, h. Prideaux. 

Vacheresse, Richard, miner, bds. Palace 
Hotel. 

Vagls, John, cigarmaker, hds. Globe 
Hotel. 

Vail, Maggie, wid. Fred., h. Skinner 
St. 

Valley, Matt, miner, h. Prideaux, near 

VAN HOUTEN, A. C, MANAGER E. 
PIMBURY & CO., RES. ROBARTS 
ST., NEAR HECATE. 

Van Hulle, Prosper, miner, h. Went- 
worth, corner Milton. 

Van Tasel, agent. The Colonist, h. Gil- 
lespie. 

Vassette, Joseph, emp. R. F. L. Co., Ivs. 
Prideaux. 

Vater, Albert, pusher, h. Haliburton. 

Vater, Frederick, miner, Ivs. Five Acre. 

Vater, Wm. H., miner, h. Strickland. 

Vawden, James P., stat. eng. No. 1 
mine, h. Selby, near Hecate. 

VENDOME HOTEL, Queen & Fort, 
Prop. Commercial, corner Bastion. 

Vermote, A., brusher, W. F. Co. 

Vermote, E., brusher, W. F. Co. 

Viatti, Joseph, brusher, "W. F. Co. 

Vicevich, Thomas, fisherman, h. Hali- 
burton, near Grace. 

Vietti, Joe, miner, bds. Palace Hotel. 

Vincent, Frederick, machinist, W. F. 
Co., bds. The Shades. 

Vincent, John, blacksmith, B. C. Car- 
riage Co., h. Wallace St. 

Vincombe, -James, emp. gasworks, rms. 
Fitzwilliam, near Wesley. 

Vipond, George, salesman, h. Wallace. 

Vipond, James W., teamster, h. Duns- 
muir. 



Vipond, Joseph W., grocer, Wallace, h. 

same. 
Vipond, Robert, miner, h. Cavan, corner 

Victoria Road. 
Vozza, Frank, laborer, h. Wallace, cor- 
ner Wentworth. 
Waddington, Samuel, farmer, h. sub- 
urbs. 
Waddington, Wm., farmer, h. suburbs. 

Waddington, Wright, painter, bds. 
Skinner, near Bastion. 

Wade, Arthur T., pusher, h. Franklyn, 
near E. & N. Rly. 

WagstafC, Fred., grocer, h. Haliburton, 
near Robins. 

Wagstaff, John W., miner, h. Hali- 
burton, past city limits. 

Wagstaff, Wm., miner, h. Haliburton, 
at city boundary. 

Walkem, Kate, widow of Vyvyan H., 
Ivs. Wentworth, near Kennedy. 

Walker, George, miner, Dickson, near 
Fry. 

Walker, George M., engineer, Ivs. 
Milton, near Franklyn. 

Walker, J. E., tallyman, L. L. Co., Ivs. 
Wallace, near Comox. 

Walker, John, mucker, h. 2nd, cor. 
Stewart Ave. 

Walker, Quinten L., carriage builder, 
h. Milton, near Albert. 

Walker, Wm., employee W. F. • Co., h. 
Victoria Rd., near Farquhar. 

Wall, Joshua, blacksmith W. F. Co., h. 
Haliburton, near Finlayson. 

Wallace, Mrs. Ellen, h. Fry, near Fin- 
layson. 

Wallace, Mathilda, Ivs. Fry, near 
Finlayson. 

Wallace, Samuel, miner, Ivs. Fry, 
near Finlayson. 

Wallace, Thomas, miner, Ivs. Fry, 
near Finlayson. 

Wallace, Thomas, miner, Ivs. 4th, 
near Holly Ave. 

Wallace, Thomas B., miner, h. Hali- 
burton. 

Wallbank, Alfred H., retired, h. Hali- 
burton, near Robins. 

Wallbank, Cyril, blacksmith, h. Hali- 
burton, near Robins. 

Wallbank, Harold, machinist, Ivs. 
Milton, near Fitzwilliam. 

Wallbank, John, miner, Ivs. Hali- 
burton, near Robins. 

Walls, Mary, widow, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Walls, Ruben, employee Nanaimo 
Foundry, Ivs. 5 acres. 

Walls, Stanley, employee Nanaimo 
Ship Chandlery Co., h. 5 acre 
plot. 

Walters, Wm. J., carpenter, h. Hali- 
burton, cor. Deverill Sq. 



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Walton, Harry J., bartender, Windsor 

Hotel. 
Walton, Walter, miner, h. Milton, near 

Fitzwilliam. 
Wamsley, W., miner, h. Wentworth, 

cor. Richards. 
Wanless, John, carpenter, h. Kennedy, 

near Fitzwilliam. 
Wardill, Charles A., marine engineer, 

h. Selby, near Victoria Rd. 
Wardill, Chas. A., Jr., engineer, Ivs. 

Selby, near Victoria Rd. 
Wardill, Harold Y., clerk, Ivs. Selby, 

near Victoria Rd. 
Wardill, Wilfred, clerk, Ivs. Selby, near 

Victoria Rd. 
Wardle, Alfred, miner, Ivs. Hali- 

burton, cor. Finlayson. 
Wardle, Wm., miner, h. Haliburton, 

near Finlayson. 
Wardrope, Charles, miner, bds. Comox, 

near Wallace. 
Waring, Arthur, miner, h. 5 acre. 
Waring, George, driver h. Victoria 

Cres. 
Waring, Mrs. G., boarding, Victoria 

Cres. 
Warren, John T., engineer, Ivs. 5 acre. 
Warwick, Alexander, carpenter, h. 

Milton, near Fitzwilliam. 
Watchorn, Val. H., boots and shoes, 

Commerial, near Bastion, h. 

Milton, near Albert. 
Watson, Andrew, miner, Nicol, cor. 

Watkins. 
Watson, George, loader, h. Stewart 

Ave., near 3rd. 
Watson, Henry B., butcher Quennell's, 

h. Haliburton, near Robins. 
Watson, James, general store, Nicol, 

near Milton. 
Watson, John, brusher W. F. Co. 
Watson, John M., clerk, h. Nicol St. 
Watson, Miss L,., music teacher, Ivs. 

Selby, near Victoria Rd. 
Watson, Robert, loader, »lvs. Stewart 

Ave., near 3rd. 
Watson, Robert W., gent's furnishing, 

Commercial St., h. Nicol St. 
Watson, T., brusher, W. F. Co. 
Watson, Wm., Mrs., widow, Ivs. Stew- 
art Ave., near 3rd. 
Watt, Arthur, employee W. F. Co., Ivs. 

Victoria Rd., near Farquhar. 
Waugh, James, miner, Ivs. Wallace, 

near Campbell. 
Waugh, John, miner, h. Selby, near 

Albert. 
Webb, Annie M., teacher Wellington 

School, Ivs. Victoria Cres. Alley. 
Webb, Wm., A., bookkeeper W. F. Co., 

h. Hecate, near Prideaux. 
Webb, Wm. E., retired, h. Victoria 

Cres. Alley. 



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Phone A 1748 



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Weber, Philip, cooper. Brewery, h. 
Dunsmuir. 

Webley, John, clerk J. Young, Ivs. 
Northfield. 

Webster, Thomas, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Weekley, George, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Weeks, Edward, clerk David Spencer, 
Ltd., Ivs. Milton. 

Weeks, Garfield, clerk David Spencer, 
Ltd., h. Milton. 

Weeks, Henry, express, Farquhar, 
cor. Irwin. 

Weeks, John, fireman, h. Milton, near 
Franklyn. 

Weeks, Thomas, clerk David Spencer, 
Ltd., h. Lubbock Sq. 

Weigle, Peter, proprietor Empire 
Brewery, Comox, cor. Kennedy, 
res. same. 

Welch, Frederick, employee R. F. L. 
Co., bds. Vendome Hotel. 

Wells, Benjamin, employee W. F. Co., 
Ivs. Nicol, near Milton. 

Wells, C. S., accountant W. F. Co. 

Wells, W., clerk W. F. Co., h. Wesley, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Wells, William, lampman W. F. Co., h. 
Nicol, near Milton. 

Wellsby, Samuel, carpenter, bds. Vic- 
toria Cres. 

Wenborn, Frederick, retired, Ivs. 
Wallace, cor. Campbell. 

WENBORN, ROBERT J., PRO- 
PRIETOR NANAIMO MACHINE 
WORKS, h. WALLACE, NEAR 
CAMPBELL. PHONE B 97. 

Wenborn, Robert, Jr., machinist, Ivs. 
Wallace, cor. Campbell. 

Western Fuel Co. (head office San 
Francisco), Thos. R. Stockett, 
manager. Esplanade. 

WESTERN FUEL CO., LAND DE- 
PARTMENT, A. E. Planta, Ltd., 
Agents. 

Western Fuel Co.'s farm, Thos. Cun- 
ningham, manager, 5 acre. 

Western Transport Co., T. R. Stockett, 
president; M. Bate, Jr., secretary; 
Capt. G. Stromdren, owners SS. 
"Alert," Esplanade. 

Westwood, Benjamin I., blacksmith W. 
F. Co., Ivs. Comox, near Prideaux. 



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Westwood, Benjamin I., Sr., blacksmith 

W. F. Co., h. Comox, near Prideaux. 

Wheatcroft, Ambrose, carpenter, h. 

Wallace, near Campbell. 
Wheatley, James, miner, ilvs. 5 acre. 
"Wlieatley, W., machine runner W. F. 

Co. 
White, Andrew, ibrusher, W. F. Co. 
White, Charles, carpenter, h. Victoria 
White, Fred, miner, Ivs. Haliburton, 

near Finlayson. 
White, George, miner, bds. Prideaux, 

near Comox. 
White, Henry, miner, Ivs. Haliburton, 

near Finlayson. 
White, John, miner, h. Newcastle 

Townsite.. 
White, Robert, miner, Ivs. Haliburton, 

near Finlayson. 
White, Wm., miner, Ivs. Milton, near 

Wentworth. 
Whitehead, Harrison, miner, h. Rich- 
ards, corner Wentworth. 
Whiteside, Frederick S., Sec. Union 
Brewing Co., Ltd., h. Kennedy, near 
Franklyn. 
Whitta, John, weighman, Ivs. 5 acre 
Whitty Bros. (Sydney F. and Wm. H. 
Whitty), tobacconist. Commercial, 
corner Church. 
Whitty, Sydney F. (Whitty Bros.), bds. 

Wilson Hotel. 
Whitty, Wm. H. (Whitty Bros.), bds. 

Wilson Hotel. 
Whylie, J., miner, bds. Queen's Hotel. 
Wignall, Thomas, miner, Ivs. Milton, 

near Albert. 
Willgress, J., laborer, W. F. Co. 
Wilgress, W., miner, W. F. Co. 
Wilkinson, Alfred, blacksmith, h. Pri- 
deaux, near Fitzwilliam. 
Wilkinson, George, Mgr. Fidex Mine, 
South Well. Co., h. Victoria Road, 
near Milton. 
Wilkinson, Henry, prop. Central Hotel. 
Wilkinson, Joseph, miner, h. Halibur- 
ton. 
Wilkinson, Michael, bartender. Central, 
h. Albert, near Prideaux. 



Wilkinson, R., motor con. W. F. Co. 
Wilkinson, S. A., caretaker South Ward 
iSchooJ, h. Needham, near Halibur- 
ton. 
Wilkinson, Thomas, miner, h. Gillespie. 
Wilkinson, William, retired, h. Hali- 
burton, near Needham. 
Wilkinson & Hilbert, bowling alley and 

billiards. Wharf St. 
Willcox, F. J., coUr. waterworks, h. 

Milton, corner Wentworth. 
Wiilley, Alvin, miner, h. Machleary, 

near Franklyn. 
Williams, Andrew, brusher, h. Nicol. 
Williams, David, emp. R. F. L.. Co., Ivs. 

Kennedy, near Albert. 
Williams, George, saw-miller, h. Albert, 

near Robarts. 
Williams, John, clerk Pearson & Co., h. 

Wallace, near Comox. 
Williams, John H., fireman Nanaimo 

Gas Works, Ivs. same. 

Wiilliams, Llewelyn, (Williams & 

Evans), h. Milton, near Wentworth. 

Williams, Nathaniel, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Williams, Thomas, Ivs. Kennedy, near 

Albert. 
Williams, W., miner, bds. Crescent Ho- 
tel. 
W^illiams, William, laborer, city, h. 

Haliburton, corner Dickson. 
WiHiams, Wm. L., miner, h. Kennedy. 

near Albert. 
Williams & Evans (Llewelyn Williams 
& Wm. Evans), grocers, Victoria 
Crescent. 
Williamson, Agnes, milliner, David 
Spencer, Ltd., Ivs. Irwin, near 
Finlayson. 
Williamson, John, carpenter, h. Frank- 
lyn, corner Kennedy. 
Williamson, John, clerk, h. Kennedy, 

corner Franklyn. 
Willis, roadman, city, h. Nicol, near 

Milton. 
Wilson, Albert B., appr. mach. W. F. 
Co., Ivs. Finlayson, corner Hali- 
burton. 
WILSON, ALFRED C, nurseryman, 

Comox, near Kennedy, res. same. 
Wilson, Bert S., machinist R. F. L. Co., 

bds. The Shades. 
Wilson, Bessie, clerk, Ivs. Milton. 
Wilson, Charles, contractor, h. Finhiy- 

son, corner Haliburton. 
Wilson, Charles, Jr., carpenter, Ivs. 

Finlayson, corner Haliburton. 
Wilson, Fred, -miner, h. Nicol, past city 

limits. 
Wilson, George, laborer, bds. Queen's 
Wilson, George F., carpenter, Ivs. Fin- 
layson, corner Haliburton. 



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Wilson, Harriet, milliner, Spencer's, 
Ivs. Victoria Road, corner Need- 
ham. 

Wilson, Harry, inspr. B. C. Telephone 
Co., h. Comox Road, near Kennedy. 

WILSON HOTEL, JAMES R. McKIN- 
NELL, PROP., COMMERCIAL, 
COR. CHAPEL. PHONE 83. 
(See page 43 and corner cards.) 

Wilson, Irving, miner, bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

Wilson, Jerome, baker, Victoria Cres., 
h. Irwin, near Esplanade. 

Wilson, John, baker, 'bds. Irwin, near 
Espilanade. 

Wilson, John, miner, h. Prideaux, near 
Hecate. 

Wilson, John G., miner, h. Haliburton. 

Wilson, M., fireman, bds. Queen's 
Hotel. 

Wilson, Mark, miner, h. Kennedy, near 
Albert. 

Wilson, Peter, miner, bds. Prideaux, 
near Hecate. 

Wilson, Thomas, bds. Queen's Hotel. 

Wilson, Thomas, miner, h. Victoria 
Road, corner Needham. 

Wilson, Wm., miner, bds. Kennedy, 
near Hecate. 

Wilson, William, miner, h. Milton, near 
Fitzwilliam. 

Wilton, Alfred W., miner, h. Milton, 
near Wentworth. 

Windley, A., mach. helper, Ivs. 5 acre. 

WINDSOR HOTEL, JOS. FOX, PROP. 
CHURCH AND FRONT STREETS 
PHONE 43. 
(See page 41 and top lines.) 

Wing Dong & Co., dry goods, Fitzwil- 
liam, near Richards, res. same. 

Wing Sing, laundry, WaJllace, near 
Wentworth. 

Wing, Tai & Co., store, New China- 
town. 

Winkleman, Leopold, miner, Ivs. Hall- 
iburton, near Robins. 

Winkleman, Richard, miner, h. Hali- 
burton, near Robins. 

Wittington, Alfred, carpenter, bds. 
Milton, near Franklyn. 

Woobank, Martha, widow, h. Milton, 

near Albert. 
Wood, Harry, tailor J. A. Caldwell, 
h. 5 acre. 

Wood, Joseph, employee Henry Crew, 

Ivs. Comox, near Milton. 
Wood. Wm. A., ajrent E. & N. Rly., 

h'. Milton, cor. Wentworth. 
Woodburn, Moses, fireboss, bds. Nicol, 

near Farquhar. 
Woodcock, Samuel, miner, h. Nicol, 
near Farquhar. 




Woodcock, Thomas, miner, h. Vic- 
toria Rd., cor. Watkins. 

Woodman, May, teacher Central 
School, Ivs. Nicol, cor. Needham. 

Woodman, Wm., engineer W. P. Co., 
h. Nicol, cor. Needham. 

Woodward, Harriet, widow Caleb, h. 
Skinner, near Bastion. 

Woodward, Hiram W., carpenter, h. 
Newcastle Ave., cor. 2nd. 

Woodward, Rosa, employee city clerk's 
office, h. Skinner, near Bastion. 

Woosnam, John, miner, h. Prideaux, 
near Fitzwilliam. 

Worth, Herbert A., barber, Victoria 

Cres., h. Fry. 
Worthington, E., 'brusher. 

Wright, Edwardj employee water 
works, bds. Selby, near depot. 

Wright, Edward H., timberman mines, 
h. Nicol, near Milton. 

Writtan, David, miner, Ivs. 5 acre. 

Wylie, David, miner, Ivs. Prideaux, 
near Victoria Rd. 

Wylie, Mrs. Eliz., h. Prideaux, near 
Victoria Rd. 

Yarrow, George, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Needham. 

Yarrow, Gibson, miner, h. Nicol, near 
Needham. 

Yarrow, R., employee W. F. Co. 

YARWOOD, E. M., Stipendiary Magi- 
strate, Barrister and Solicitor, 
Bastion near Commercial, h. 
Stewart Ave. 

Yates, Albert P., Captain, pilot, h. 
Wallace, cor. Fitzwilliam. 

Yates, Arthur, mate SS. "Ibis," Ivs. 
Wallace, cor. Fitzwilliam. 

Yates, Robert, h. Grand Hotel. 

York, Samuel, farmer, Stovely. 

Young, Chester L., contractor, h. Fitz- 
william, near Kennedy. 

Young, Francis W., carpenter, h. New- 
castle Ave., near 1st. 

YOUNG, JAMES, General Store, Vic- 
toria Cres., h. Finlayson, cor. Fry. 

Young, John, miner, h. Irwin, near 
Esplanade. 

Younghusband, Wm., miner, h. Nicol. 

Zusino, A., brusher W. F. Co. 

Zyrska, J., brusher W. P. Co. 



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Principal - J. W. CHURCH, M.A. 

NANOOSE BAY 

(See also Arlington Hotel, P. O. and 
Parksville.) 
A farming settlement and post 
office on the beautiful Nanoose 
Bay, 16 miles northwest of Nana- 
imo. The bay affords splendid 
shelter for vessels. Nearest rail- 
way station, Wellington, 10 miles 
distant; nearest telegraph, Arl- 
ington Hotel P. O. 

Postmaster, Wm. Roberts. 

Carter, Henry, farmer. 

Carter, Robert, farmer. ■ 

Claudette, Frederick, farmer. 

Dinduff, August, farmer. 

Doumont, Joseph, farmer. 

Grant, Richard, laborer. 

Guilette, Alex., farmer. 

Guilette, J., farmer. 

Harris, J., farmer. 

Heath, John, laborer. 

Kellett, Richard, farmer. 

Knaggs, Richard, laborer. 

Knaggs, Richard, blacksmith. 

Knight, James, farmer. 

McNeill, Andrew, farmer. 

Puzey, — . 

Roberts, David, farmer. 

Roberts, James, farmer. 

Roberts, Wm., postmaster. 

Saunders, Charles, farmer. 

Saunders, Henry, farmer. 

Sim, David, farmer. 

Stewart, John, farmer. 

Tippett, Charles, farmer. 

Tippett, John, Jr., farmer. 

Tippett, John, Sr., farmer. 

Wallis, Richard P., J.P., farmer. 

White, A. C, farmer. 

White, T., farmer. 

Williams, James, farmer. 

NELSON DISTRICT 

A land district lying south of 
the Comox district and bounded 
on the east by Baynes Sound. 

NETTLE ISLAND 

In Barkley Sound, midway be- 
tween Copper Island and the 
west coast of Barkley Sound. 



NEW ALBERNI 

(See also Alberni and Beaver Creek.) 

Has a regular steamship ser- 
vice for the coast and will be the 
terminus of the E. & N. Rly., at 
the present time the railroad is 
being extended from Nanaimo. 
The location, being at the head of 
Alberni Canal (Barkley Sound), 
is such that New Alberni must in 
the future be an important town. 
The water is navigable for the 
largest vessel right up to the new 
townsite. After a period of three 
days, owing to the effect of the 
fresh water in the Canal, sea 
going vessels lose all barnacles 
and other undesirable matter col- 
lected on their voyage. Timber, 
farming and fruit growing are 
the principal industries. Mails 
thrice weekly; has a money order 
post office, two sawmills, two 
hotels and seven stores erected or 
in course of erection, also tele- 
graph connection. 

Customs officer, A. E. Water- 
house, J. P. 

Postmaster, A. E. Waterhouse, 
J.P. 

School, Miss Eliza Stott, teach- 
er. 

Armstrong, Wm.. laborer. 

Barclay Sound Cedar Co., J. F. Hanna, 
manager. 

Battle, Arthur C, clerk. 

Berger, Frank, trapper. 

Bird, G. M., clerk Royal Bank of 
Canada. 

Bird, Geo. H., sawmill. 

Blandy, Robert F., bookkeeper. 

Carmichael, C. A., of Carmichael & 
Moorhead. 

Carmichael & Moorhead (Alfred Car- 
michael and C. A. Moorhead), real 
estate. 

Carvell, Edward, carpenter. 

ChaneJ^ Paul R., grocer. 

Clark, James H., laborer. 

Cooper, A. D., real estate. 

Davey, James H., miner. 

De Beaux, Robert, general store. 

Donner, Julius, miner. 

Dupont, Edward, general store. 

Ellis, Robert M., carpenter. 

Fox, Thomas, Captain. 

Grandy, Clifford, teamster. 

Grandy, Edward, livery. 

Griffin, Charles, millhand. 

Griffin, Edgar, millhand. 

Handy, Samuel, laborer. 



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Hanna, J. F., manager B. S. C. Co. 

Hellier, Christopher, laborer. 

Hilton, Caleb T., physician. 

Hoge, Gustav, miner. 

Jones, Wm., laborer. 

KiJpatrick, George, laborer. 

King Edward Hotel, James S. Rollin, 

Prop. 
Lees, — laborer. 
Lingard, Sarah, housekeeper Liomas 

Hotel. 
Long, Edward, farmer. 
Love, Geo. A., Rev., Methodist pastor. 
Mahrgang, Addison, millhand. 
Mclntyre, Alex. D., hardware. 
Mclntyre, Joseph A., meats. 
McKinnon, Angus, laborer. 
Moore, Wm. W., real estate. 
Moorhead, C. A., of Carmichael & 

Moorhead. 
Piggott, Wm., millhand. 
Porritt, Henry, laborer. 
Porritt, Richard, laborer. 
Porritt, Wright, photographer. 
Redpath, Charles, carpenter. 
Rollin, Frederick. 
Rollin, James S., Prop. King Edward 

Hotell. 
Roseborough, Keith, millhand. 
Roseborough, Samuel G., foreman B. 

S. C. Co. 
Rowley, Thomas, miner. 
Somas Hotel, A. E. Waterhouse, prop. 
iSteever, John, laborer. 
Stott, Eliza, teacher. 
Sullivan, Patrick, miner. 
Ward, Henr5^ eng. B. S. C. Co. 
Waterhouse, A. E., J. P., postmaster 

and general store. 
Watson, Antony, miner. 
White, Sidney, carpenter. 
Wise, Clifford, manager Somas Hotel. 
Wood, Alexander, millhand. 
Wood, Alexander B., contractor. 
Wood, James B., fire warden. 
Wood, Norman, sawyer B. S. C. Co. 
Wood, Rowley S., teamster. 

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT 

A land district lying north of the 
Alberni District and bounded on 
the east by the Straits of Georgia. 

NEWCASTLE ISLAND 

Together with Protection Island, 
forms a splendid shelter for Nan- 
aimo harbor. 

Richardson, Thomas, sheep ranch. 



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NOOTKA DISTRICT 

A land district lying southwest 
of latitude 50 degrees, longitude 
126 degrees. 

NOOTKA ISLAND 

Situated between Esperanza In- 
let & Nootka Sound. This island 
protects the waters of the Nootka 
Sound. 

(See Friendly Cove.) 

NORTH COWICHAN 

A municipality extending from 
the Cowiohan River on the south 
to the north boundary of the Che- 
mainus District, and from the 
Sahtlan District on the west to the 
Straits. It is 16 miles in length 
with an average breadth of 8 
miles. Its industries are mainly 
farming, but there are also large 
sawmills. The District is famed as 
a game resort. The principal town 
is Duncan, where is situated the 
municipal office. The Municipality 
own a Recreation Ground of 10 
acres one mile south of Duncan. 

The postofhces in the district are 
Duncan, Tzouhalem, Maple Bay, 
Somenos, Westholme, Crofton and 
Chemainus. 

Reeve, James McLeod Campbell. 

Council — H. Bonsall, Chemainus; 
J. J. Mutter, Somenos; A. C. Ait- 
ken, Comaiken, and R. H. Whid- 
den, Quamichan. 

(See addenda for council, etc., 
elected January, 1909.) 

Treasurer, K. Duncan, Duncan. 

Clerk and Secretary to school 
trustees, James Norcross, Duncan. 

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School Trustees — E. Castley, 
chairman; Mrs. J. S. Wellburn, J. 
J. Mutter, H. Bonsall, and W. 
Herd. 

Schools at Duncan, Quamichan, 
Maple Bay, Somenos, Crofton, Che- 
malnus River and Chemainus 
■Landing. 

Road foreman and municipal 
constable, H. F. Armstrong. 

Pound Keepers (Duncan) S. 
Whyte, (Chemainus) J. Crozier. 

Medical Health Officer (Dun- 
can), Dr. W. Dykes (Chemainus), 
Dr. Rogers, hospital at Chemainus. 
Dr. Rogers in charge. 

Provincial Government Agent, 
W. H. Lomas. 

Assistant Government Agent, R. 
B. Reid. 

Indian Agent, "W. R. Rohertson. 

Provincial Constables (Duncan) 
H. D. Morton, (Chemainus) R. B. 
Halhed. 

Fire "Wardens — Duncan, Frank 
Price, T. Pitt, and C. Grassie; Che- 
mainus, L. G. Hill, J. Crozier and 
A. Howe; Crofton, W. Dyke, J. T. 
Pearce, and A. Eliot. 

Licensing Board — James McL. 
Campbell, chairman; J. J. Mutter, 
and R. H. Whidden; W. H. Biking- 
ton, J. P., and T. A. Wood, J. P. 
(For names of residents see under the 
various post offices.) 

NORTH GABRIOLA 

A Post Office at the north end 
of Gabriola Island. 

Postmaster, John Holm. 
(For names of residents see Gabriola 
Island.) 

NORTH SAANICH 
MUNICIPALITY 

A municipality comprising the 
northern end of the Saanich Penin- 
sula, and the adjacent Islands of 
Moresby, Pier, Coal, Portland, Sid- 



ney, Hill, and James. It stretches 7 
miles from north to south and has 
an average breadth of about 2V2 
miles. The main industry is farm- 
ing and there is also a saw mill 
and brick yard. 

The principal post office and 
settlement is Sidney, but there is 
also a -P. O. called North Saanich. 

Reeve, George Sangster, Union 
Bay. 

Council, Julius Brethour, Henry 
Brethour, Louis Herber and Alex. 
McDonald. 

(See addenda for council elected 
January, 1909.) 

Constable, J. A. Kelly. 

Road foreman, H. Hootan. 

School trustees, J. W. Brethour 
chairman; Fletcher North, se- 
cretary. 

Schools — West ward, E. Pichen, 

teacher; East ward, Mrs. A. C. 

Thayne, principal, and Miss A. L. 

Wilson, teacher. 

(For names of residents see North 

Saanich P. O. and Sidney.) 

NORTH SAANICH P.O. 

(See also Sidney.) 

A post office in the Municipality 
of North Saanich, 2% miles north 
west of Sidney. 

Postmistress, Mrs. E. Pye. 

School, E. Pichen, teacher. 

Holy Trinity Church, (Angli- 
can), Rev. J. W. Flinton. 
Armstrong, Wm. R., J.P., farmer. 
Cantwell, A. J., farmer. 
Dougherty, P. J., farmer, 
Downey, Allen, hop grower. 
Downey, H. J., hop grower. 
Downey, John J., hop grower. 
Errington, John F., farmer. 
Hendrickson, Frank, laborer. 
Horth, Rufus, farmer. 
John, James A., farmer. 
John, Mrs. D., farm 
McDonald, Alex., farmer. 
Towner, Wm., hop grower. 
Wentenhall, E. B., farmer. 

NORTH SALT SPRING 

Post office now closed. 
(See Salt Spring Post Office.) 

NORTHFIELD 

(See also E. Wellington and Welling- 
ton.) 
A mining settlement 2% miles 
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of the Hamilton Powder Company 
are situated here. 

Anglican church, Rev. J. Si- 
monds, rector. 

School, Stanley Robertson, 
teacher. 

Postmaster, John Matthews. 

Anderson, John, contractor. 

Andre, Frank, teamster. 

Anglican church. Rev. J. Simonds, 
rector. 

Baldwin, Ernest, employee H. P. Co. 

Baldwin, Walter, employee H. P. Co. 

Baldwin, Wm., employee H. P. Co. 

Bennie, Samuel, miner. 

Burnham, G. J., superintendent 
H. P. Co. 

Caldwell, C. A., clerk H. P. Co. 

Clarkson, James, Jr., miner. 

Clarkson, James, Sr. 

Clarkson, Neil, miner. 

Clayton, Edward, miner. 

Cottle, John, driver. 

Cottle, Matthew, miner. 

Cottle, Samuel, driver. 

Daye, Morris, miner. 

De Fries, J., employee H. P. Co. 

Dixon, David, miner. 

Dixon, Isaiah, engineer H. P. Co. 

Doumont, Andrew, miner. 

Doward, Enoch, miner. 

Doward, Geo., miner. 

Drew, Thomas, laborer. 

Drew, William. 

Duggan, James, miner. 

Duggan, John, miner. 

Ferguson, Wm. 

Ferguson, Wm. B., engineer. 

Fern, Hugh, miner. 

Fox, Patrick, miner. 

Foy, Robert, miner. 

Greenside, A., accountant H. P. Co. 

Half Way House, Jas, Parrot, pro- 
prietor. 

Hall, — , chemist H. P. Co. 

Hamilton Powder Co.'s work.-?, G. J. 
Burnham, superintendent. 

Humphreys, John, employee H. P. 
Co. 

Hygh, Ernest, fireman. 

Hygh, Herbert, foreman H. P. Co. 

Hygh, Wm. J. 

Jones, Chas., miner. 

Kitchin, Thomas, miner. 

Lake, Lot, miner. 

Limere, E., miner. 

Matthews, John, grocer and post- 
master. 

Mclntye, David, gardener. 

McLeod, Wm., loader. 

McNeil, James, employee H. P. Co. 

Medley, John, employee H. P. Co. 

Meredith, George, miner. 



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Meredith, Henry, employee H. P. Co. 

Meredith, John, miner. 

Meredith, Richard, miner. 

Meredith, Thomas, Jr., miner. 

Meredith, Thomas, Sr., miner. 

Messenger, Robert, miner. 

Morris, Sarah, Mrs. 

Parrot, James, proprietor. Half Way 
House. 

Peterson, John, employee H. P. Co. 

Preston, George, employee H. P. Co. 

Preston, James. 

Pride, Walter, farmer. 

Renhard, R., miner. 

Riches, Benjamin, employee H. P. Co. 

Rivers, Wm., engineer H. P. Co. 

Robertson, Stanley, teacher. 

Robertson, W. C. S., 'employee H. P. 
Co. 

Rogers, Mrs. D., boarding house. 

Rogers, David, Jr., miner. 

Rogers, Geo., miner. 

Ross, Henry, livery. 
Russell, Robert, miner. 
Sloan, James, Jr., cooper. 
Spinito, Alfred, miner. 
Spinito, Frank, miner. 
Taylor, Geo., miner. 
Thomas, Wm., brusher. 
Vashu, miner. 
Webley, Geo., driver. 
Webley, John, driver. 
Webley, Thomas, Jr., miner. 
Webley, Thomas, Sr., miner. 
Whalen, Matthew, emp. H. P. Co. 
Whalen, Thomas, emp. H. "P Co. 
White, George, miner. 
Wilgress, Charles, miner. 
Wilgress, William, miner. 
Williams, Albert, brusher. 
Williams, David, miner. 
Wilson, Harry, eng. H. P. Co. 
Wright, Wm., emp. H. P. Co. 



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NUMAS ISLAND 

In Queen Charlotte Sound, be- 
tween Malcolm Island and the 
Mainland. 

OAK BAY 

A municipality lying- between the 
eastern boundary of Victoria City 
and the Haro Straits and extend- 
ing northwards to Cadtaoro Bay. It 
is one of the finest residential sub- 
urbs of Victoria. The Exhibition 
Grounds of the B. C. Agricultural 
Association and the Victoria Golf 
Links are situated in this suburb. 

Reeve (1908), W. E. Oliver. 

Councillors (see addenda for 
council, etc., elected January 1909) 

Clerk and Assessor, J. S. Floyd. 

Roadmaster, Charles Poole. 

Constable, R. E. Steele. 
(The names of residents are included in 
Victoria City.) 

OAKLANDS 

The district around Lansdowne 
Road. Victoria. 

OBSTRUCTION ISLAND 

Between northeast shore of 
Flores Island and Vancouver Is- 
land. 

OTTER POINT P.O. 

(See also Sooke, East Sooke and Shir- 
ley.) 
A farming settlement situated 
one mile northwest of Otter Point, 
near the Juan de Fuca Strait, 8 
miles northwest of Sooke and 30 
miles southwest of Victoria, has 
post office and telegraph, mails 
twice weekly from Victoria; near- 
est railway station Goldstream, 
■distant about 22 miles. 

Postmaster, Edward Gordon. 
Telegraph Agent, Mrs. Kate Gor- 
don. 
Anderson, W. H., farmer. 
Berger, Henry, farmer. 
Campbell, Hugh, farmer. 
Clark, Henry, farmer. 



Davidson, A., farmer. 
Fletcher, James, farmer. 
Floyer, Arthur H., farmer. 
Gordon, Edward, postmaster. 
Kemp, Richard, farmer. 
King, Charles, farmer. 
Margison, farmer. 
Poirier, Joseph, farmer. 
Robinson, Thomas, farmer. 

OWL ISLAND 

Between Malcolm and Gilford 
Islands. 

OYSTER DISTRICT 

A land district lying around Oys- 
ter Harbor and Ladysmith. 

PACHENA POINT 

A few miles south of Cape Beale, 
ihas wireless station, L. H. Brad- 
bury, operator, also lighthouse, best 
light on coast, J. S. Richardson, 
keeper. The government is at 
present making a road from here 
to Banfield. 

PARKSVILLE 

(See also Nanoose Bay, Errington, and 

French Creek.) 

A farming settlement on the Al- 

■berni road 24 miles northwest of 

Nanaimo, nearest railway station, 

Wellington, 18 miles distant. 

Telegraph Operator, George Wil- 
liams. 

School, Miss Maud M. Robertson, 
teacher. 

Postmistress, Mrs. Ann Hirst. 

Brewis, T. A., farmer. 

Carr Bros. (Stanley & Mortimer Carr), 
general merchandise. 

Carr, Mortimer, of Carr Bros. 

Carr, Stanley, of Carr Bros. 

Craig, James, farmer. 

Davis, James, laborer. 

Fletcher, Matthew, farmer. 

Gaetjen, Hermann, farmer. 

Gun & Rod Hotel, The, Mrs. Ann Hirst 
proprietress. 

Hellier, Leonard, farmer. 

Hellier, Thos., farmer. 

Hickey, Robert F., farmer. 

Hirst, Albert, Victor, farmer. 

Hirst, Ann, Mrs., widow, postmistress 
and hotelkeeper. 

Hirst, John, farmer. 

Hirst, Joseph, farmer. 

Hir.st, Thomas, farmer. 

Hughes, John C, farmer. 



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Johnson, John, laborer. 

Keaist, John, farmer. 

Keaist, Thos., farmer. 

LiOwery, James, farmer. 

L/Owery, James O., blacksmith. 

McMillan, Duncan A., J. P., road supt. 

Mills, William, Jr., farmer. 

Mills, William, Sr., farmer. 

Nilsen, Matthew, laborer. 

O'Connor, Edward, laborer. 

Parks, Edward J., farmer. 

Parks, George, farmer. 

Pettigrew, G. H., laborer. 

Ponsford, Guy W., farmer. 

Plummer, George S., farmer. 

Rath, William S., Mrs., widow. 

Robertson, Maud M., teacher. 

Samuel, Richard, physician. 

Warener, Geo., laborer. 

Weirich, Charles, farmer. 

Williams, R. G. 

Williams, R. George, Mrs., telegraph 

operator. 
Wright, J. R. C, farmer. 

PARSON'S BRIDGE 

(See also Colwood and Craigflower) 
A flag station and farming set- 
tlement on the E. & N. Railway, 6 
miles west of Victoria. 

Acton, Stephen, caretaker H. P. Co. 

Cook, Geo., laborer. 

Deighton, James, farmer. 

Grant, Alexander F., farmer. 

Grant, P., farmer. 

Gregson, farmer. 

Jones, John, farmer. 

Jones, Thomas, farmer. 

Lawson, Charles A., engineer. 

Mair, Ian, farmer. 

McKenzie, Donald, laborer. 

McKenzie, James, farmer. 

Parson's Bridge Hotel, Price Bros. 
Props. 

Price Bros. (Henry and Richard), 
Props., Parson's Bridge Hotel. 

iStewart, John, farmer. 

Weir, Charles, farmer. 

Welsh, Geo., caretaker, waterworks. 

Welsh, Harry T., assistant caretaker, 
waterworks. 

West Coast Fishing Co., Capt. Wil- 
liams, manager. 

Williams, Capt., farmer. 

REDDER BAY 

(See Rocky Point.) 

PEEL ISLANDS 

Off Beaver Harbor. 



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PELLY ISLAND 

In Victoria Harbor. 

PENDER ISLAND 

An island in the Gulf of Georgia, 
10 miles northeast of Sidney. 
There are two post offices and 
three steamer landings on the is- 
land (north, and south, and Port 
Washington), which is 10 miles 
long. Has Presbyterian mission 
and public school. Principal in- 
dustries, dairying, fruit raising 
and farming. Steamer Iroquois 
calls three times a week. Tele- 
phone connections. 
Postmaster, R. S. W. Corbett. 

Adams, Herbert T., farmer. 

Andrews, Henry, farmer. 

Andrews, Samuel C, farmer. 

Auchterlonie, James, farmer. 

Auchterlonie, Lawrence, farmer. 

Boyce, H. E., farmer. 

Brackett, James A., farmer. 

Brackett, Wm., Mrs. 

Colston, Robert, farmer. 

Copeland, George, farmer. 

Corbett, R. S. W., farmer and post- 
master. 

Davidson, Andrew A., farmer. 

Garrett, George S., farmer. 

Garrett, Percy W;, farmer. 

Gordon, Alfred H., farmer. 

Grimmer, Washington, farmer. 

Hamilton, Alex., farmer. 

Hamilton, Hugh., farmer. 

Harris, Howard B., sawmill. 

Higgs, government telephone agent. 

Hooson, Evan, farmer. 

Hope, Rutherford, farmer. 

Huffman, Peter, farmer. 

McDonald, John M., farmer. 

Mackinnon, John, farmer. 



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Menzies, Albert H. 
Menzies, Victor W. 
Moore, J. C. 

Percival, Spencer, farmer. 
Pollard, E., farmer and road foreman. 
Purden, W., farmer. 
Roe, George, farmer. 
Roe, Robert, farmer. 
Spalding, Arthur R., farmer and post- 
master South Pender. 
Willey, John, farmer. 
Woolley, George H., farmer. 

PERRYVILLE 

(See Northfleld.) 

One and one-half miles north of 
Nanaimo. 

Quarter "Way House, John 
Perry, proprietor. 

PHILCOX ISLAND 

East of Greeting Point (N. 
Galiano Island.) 

PIER ISLAND 

A small island in the Gulf of 
Georgia, 4 miles north of Sidney, 
P. O. Sidney. 

Wolley, Clive-Phillipps, proprie- 
tor and farmer. 

PINE ISLAND 

Six miles north east of Cape 
James (Hope Island), lighthouse, 
A. B. Gurney, keeper. 

PLUMMER ISLAND 

In Koprino Harbor. 

PLUMMER ISLAND 

Between Malcolm and Hanson 
Islands. 

PORT HARDY 

A trading post on the east side 
of Hardy Bay, 20 miles north 
west of Alert Bay and 185 miles 



north west of Nanaimo. A road is 
at presten being made from Port 
Hardy to Rupert Arm (Quatsino 
Sound) ; has post office and store. 
Hardy Bay is one of the best 
harbors on the north coast of 
Vancouver Island. 
Lyons, A. M., postmaster and store. 

PORT HARVEY 

(See Cracroft.) 

PORT KUSAM 

A settlement on the Johnstone 
Strait, northeast coast of Van- 
couver Island, at the mouth of the 
Salmon River. Logging and farm- 
ing are the principal industries. 
Mails weekly. 

Postmaster, Hans Otto Sacht. 

Bellamour, John, farmer. 

Brown, Joseph, rancher. 

Cattarat, George, logger. 

Champou, A., logger, 

DeRoy, Louis, farmer. 

Duncan, W. P., farmer. 

Fowler, Wilson, rancher. 

Gagne, Geo., rancher. 

Green, M., engineer. 

Hamman, Geo., rancher. 

Hamman, John, rancher. 

Hern, Jas., rancher. 

Hern, Thos., rancher. 

Jamieson, Hugh, logger. 

Johnson, A. G., farmer. 

Johnson, Ellis, farmer. 

Kedsall, Wm., rancher. 

Kenwood, A., engineer. 

Knochel, C, logger. 

McCallum, Charles, rancher. 

McDonald, D., farmer. 

McKenzie, Edward, hotel. 

McKenzie, Ross, logger. 

McLeod, John, logger. 

Miller, Chris, logger. 

Miller, W. N., logger. 

Morrison, D., farmer. 

Morrison, J. E., farmer. 

Nichol, John, logger. 

Olst, J. W., farmer. 

Peterson, Theo., general merchandise. 

Proux, Alex., rancher. 

Sacht, Hans Otto, postmaster. 

Sacht, Henrj% general merchandise. 

Sacht, Louis, logger. 

Savage, Frank, rancher. 

Stowe, Edgar, rancher. 

Strickland, A., farmer. 

Thomas, J. E., engineer. 

Waugh, M. W., farmer. 

Wilson, Charles, logger. 

Wood, Nels, farmer. 



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PORT NEVILLE 

A logging settlement on the 
mainland off B. C, situated near 
the mouth of Port Neville Inlet, 
Johnstone Straits, 160 miles north 
of Vancouver. A regular line of 
steamers call "here. Logging is 
the chief industry. 

Postmaster, Hans Hanson. 

Adams, John, miner. 

Anderson's logging camp. 

Burchett, Alex. S., J.P. 

Burchett Bros., logging camp. 

Burchett, Elisha G., farmer. 

Burchett, Fletcher T., logger. 

Burchett, Frank S., logger. 

Burnett's logging camp. 

Dolg, Ebenezer, logger. 

Fyfe, Havelock, miner. 

Hansen, Hans, postmaster and farm- 
er. 

Hansen, Mrs. K. M., assistant post- 
master. 

Hansen, Wilhelm, logger. 

Hansen, Wm., logger. 

Kelloch, Harry, logger. 

Lee, H. H., logger. 

McKay, Louis. 

McKinnon's logging camp. 

Northbridge, George, logger. 

Northcoth, Herbert, logger. 

Nortons W., logging camp. 

Olsen, Carl, logger. 

Pembridge, Geo., farmer. 

Pembridge, Mrs. May. 

Schlehlein, Matt, logger. 

Smith, Howard. 

Wilson, John, trapper. 

PORT RENFREW 

A post oflSce and steamship 
landing on the west coast of Van- 
couver Island, about midway be- 
tween Cape Beale and Victoria, at 
the mouth of the San Juan River 
in Port San Juan. The B. F. 
Graham, Lumber Co. usually have 
a camp running here, but at the 
present time it is closed down. 
There is an hotel and store here, 
also telegraph connection. 

Balrd, Thomas M., Jr., lineman. 
Baird, Thomas M., Sr., farmer. 
Betterton, manager B. F. G. L. Co. 
Deakin, P. 
Martin, Joseph, lineman at Camp 

Bay. 
Verdier, John, foreman B. F. G. L. 

Co. 
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Williams, A. 



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Williams, Joseph, postmaster, hotel 
and store. 

Williams, Mrs. E. C, telegraph opera- 
tor. 

PORTLAND ISLAND 

A small island in the Gulf of 
Georgia, 5 miles north of Sidney. 
P. O. Sidney. 

Gundy, A. W., seedgrower. 
Simpson, T. H., seedgrower. 

PORTLOCK POINT 

On northeast extremity of Pre- 
vost Island, lighthouse, W. J. 
Gillespie, keeper. 

PREVOST ISLAND 

One of the islands of the Gulf 
of Georgia, 12 miles north of 
Sidney. The island is held as a 
game preserve. There is a light- 
house on Portlock Point at the 
southeast corner; John Richard- 
son, keeper. 

PULTENEY POINT 

West coast of Malcolm Island; 
lighthouse, E. Hukkala, keeper. 

PYM ISLAND 

In the Gulf of Georgia, 4 miles 
north of Sidney. 

QUAMICHAN 

A land district lying south of 

Somenos district and including 

Duncan and Koksilah (which 
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QUATHIASKI COVE 

(See also Valdez Island and Heriot 
Bay.) 

A steamer landing and post of- 
fice on the southwest coast of 
Valdez Island, about 30 miles 
north of Comox. Heriot Bay 
distant 6 miles; Cape Mudge 2 
miles. Steamer weekly from Van- 
couver. 

Postmaster, Edward Anderson. 

Anderson «& Comeau (Edward Ander- 
son and Frank J. Comeau), gene- 
ral store, post office and salmon 
cannery. 

Anderson, Edward of Anderson & 
Comeau, postmaster. 

Comeau, Fra,nk J., of Anderson & 
Comeau. 

Davidson, John B., lighthouse keeper, 
Cape Mudge. 

Hall, Richard H., J.P., farmer. 

Joyce, Alfred, farmer. 

Joyce, Walter G., farmer and road- 
master. 

Lloyd, Alfred, farmer. 

Pidcock Bros. (Hugh Geo., Henry, 
Reginald and Herbert Pidcock), 
sawmill. 

Quathiaski Cove Canning Co., Ander- 
son & Comeau, proprietors, sal- 
mon canners. 

Yeatman, Thomas, farmer. 

Yeatman, Raymond, farmer. 



QUATSINO 



A post office and settlement on 
the north side of Quatsino Sound, 
15 miles east of Winter Harbor. 
The inhabitants are chiefly Nor- 
wegians, being part of a colony 
formed by the late Colonel Baker. 
Has post office, wharf, three 
stores and school and has regular 
steamship connection with Vic- 
toria and other parts of the island, 
the SS. "Tee.s" calling here twice 
a month. The Quatsino Pulp & 
Power Company are making pre- 
parations for introducing a large 
pulp mill, they having acquired 



a large area at Marble Creek for 
that purpose. This is a favorite 
starting point for sportsmen in 
search of elk, bear, deer and other 
large game. 
Postmaster, Eddijus Evenson. 

Bears, Cameron, farmer. 

Browning, Joseph, farmer. 

Cramer, Paul, farmer. 

Evenson, Eddijus, farmer and post- 
master. 

Ferguson, James A., trapper. 

Frigon, Edward, storekeeper. 

Farmer, Alexander, farmer. 

Gill, John, farmer. 

Green, Francis J., storekeeper. 

Ildstad, Thomas, farmer. 

Ives, Edward, farmer. 

Jackson, George H., farmer and keeper 
of harbor light. 

Jackson, James W., farmer. 

Jacobson, Christen, farmer. 

Larson, Louis, farmer. 

Linthlop, Howard, farmer. 

Lokken, Bernard C, farmer. 

Macauley, Alexander J., farmer. 

Nordstrom, George, farmer and J.P. 

Nordstrom, Christopher, farmer. 

Noot, Mrs., schoolmistress. 

Noot, John, farmer. 

Pilling, Alfred E., farmer. 

Pollock, Frederick, miner. 

Skedin, August, farmer. 
Sherberg, Henry, clerk. 

Sherberg, Ole A., storekeeper. 

Sorenson, Gunder, farmer. 

Sorenson, Tobias, provincial constable. 

Varney, Henry, farmer. 

Wilson, Walter, farmer. 

RACE ROCKS 

Off the southwest corner of 
Vancouver Island, in Juan de 
Fuca Strait. Lighthouse, F. 
Eastwood, keeper. 

RAGGED ISLANDS 

Four miles east of Hernando 
Island. 

RAZA ISLAND 

Lies east of Valdez Island, ac- 
cross Calm Channel. 

READ ISLAND 

An island lying southeast of 
Valdez Island and separated 
therefrom by the Hoskyn Inlet, 
and 40 miles north of Comox. It 
is about 10 miles in length. 
Postmaster, Frederick Percival. 



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Davis, Richard, farmer. 
Jones, John, farmer. 
Longe, Mrs, Mary A., hotel. 
Percival, Fredericl^:, Postmaster. 
Rea, James, farmer. 

REDFERN ISLAND 

East of Greeting Point (N. 
Galiano Island.) 

REDONDA ISLANDS 

Two islands north of the Straits 
of Georgia and 4 miles northeast 
or Cortes Island. 

RENDEZVOUS ISLANDS 

Three small islands about 1 mile 
northeast of Read Island. 

RENFREW DISTRICT 

A land district lying .between 
Cowichan Lake district on the 
east and Juan de Fuca Straits on 
the west. 

RETREAT COVE 

(See also Galiano Island.) 
A settlement and post office at 
the north end of Galiano Island. 
Postmaster, H. Vollmers. 

Allison, Frank T., lighthouse keeper, 

Porlier Pass. 
Beale, Holden L.., farmer. 
Beale, Walter A., farmer. 
Chivers, Jeremiah, farmer. 
McCoskrie, Wm., farmer. 
Ouellette, Hector, fisherman. 
Peterson, Louis, farmer. 
Shaw, John, farmer. 
Vollmers, Harry, boat builder. 
Warnock, James, farmer. 

RICHARD ISLAND 

In Thetis Cove, Esquimalt Har- 
bor. 

ROBSON ISLAND 

Situated in Forward Inlet. 

ROCK BAY 

A post office 20 miles west of the 
Port Kusam. Mail weekly from 
Vancouver. The Hastings Saw- 
mill have a logging camp in the 
vicinity. 



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Postmaster, Henry Twidle. 

Hastings Sawmill Co., logging 
camp, general store and hotel. 

Queen's Hospital (Columbia Mis- 
sion), Dr. D. P. Hanington, sur- 
geon, Miss Miller, head nurse, Miss 
Riddock, assistant. 

McLean, John, hotel. 

ROCKY ISLAND 

Situated in Kennedy Lake. 

ROCKY POINT 

(See also Metchosin.) 

Situated in the Metchosin dis- 
trict, about 25 miles southwest of 
Victoria and 214 miles northwest 
of Race Rocks lighthouse (Fred- 
erick Eastwood, keeper), has P. O. 
mails twice weekly. Indian re- 
serve near here, nearest telegraph 
Milnes Landing, nearest railway 
station, Victoria. 

Postmaster, Thomas Parker. 

Argyle, Frederick, farmer. 

Argyle, Thomas, farmer. 

Ball, Charles, farmer. 

Ball, George, farmer. 

Eastwood, Frederick, lighthouse ke^- 
er, Race Rocks. 

Parker, Arthur, farmer. 

Parker, John, farmer. 

Parker, Thomas, farmer and postmas- 
ter. 

Reid, John, farmer. 

Reid, Thomas, farmer. 

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YOXALL POULTRY FARM 

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White Orpingtons. 

Post Office : LADYSMITH, BRITISH COLUMBIA 
ROYAL OAK 

A statioin on the Victoria & Sid- 
ney Ry., 6 miles north of Victoria, 
at the junction of the East and 
West Saanich roads. It is in the 
municipality of Saanich. 

Postmaster, W. E. Heal. 

School, Male, Holt, teacher. 

Adams, Jas., farmer. 
Allison, Walter H., farmer. 
Anglican Church, Rev. Collinson, pas- 
tor. 
Auckland, Wm. D., farmer. 
Bell, Jas., farmer. 
Belyea, Amos S., farmer. 
Brewster, Hazlewood. 
Broadmead Farm, R. P. Rithet, Prop., 

J. Mowett, manager. 
Broughton, B. D., fanner. 
Bryden, John, farmer. 
Bull, Josiah, farmer. 
Cameron, Samuel, 
Campbell, Wm., farmer. 
Carmichael, James R., farmer and 

Municipal Clerk. 
Collison, Rev. H. A., pastor, Anglican 

Church. 
Coventry, Chas., farmer. 
Cuthbert, Geo. C, farmer. 
Depew, John. 
Duval Bros. (Fred and Louis), saw 

mill. 
Duval, Louis, Sr., farmer. 
Evans, Jos., farmer. 
Ferralls, Jos., farmer. 
Ferrie, Joseph, 
Goyett, Jos., farmer. 
Grant, Jas. A., farmer. 
Griffin, Capt. J. 
Heal, W. E., postmaster. 
Heigh, B., farmer. 
Holt, Mable, school teacher. 
Horsland, Eliza. 
Jackson, William. 
Keyworth, Rev., pastor Methodist 

Church. 
Lehman, David, caretaker waterworks, 

and meteorological agent. 
Le Lievre, Anna. 
Leonard, Mrs. A. 



Little, Clifford, farmer. 

Little, Hugh, farmer. 

Livings, stonemason. 

Loveland, W. F., farmer. 

Mannix, George C. 

Manson, J. D. 

McLean, Malcolm, farmer. 

Methodist Church, Rev. Keyworth, pas- 
tor. 

Moffat, Adam, farmer. 

Mowett, Jas., foreman Rithet Ranch. 

Mycock, A. J., teamster. 

Mycock, Henry, farmer. 

Myers, Geo., farmer. 

Mytton, William, farm hand. 

Nicholson, Thomas A. 

Noble, Henry, Prop. Royal Oak Hotel. 

Perkins, George, Selwyn. 

Piercy, J., farmer. 

Pim, Jas., Sr., farmer. 

Pim, Jas., farmer. 

Quick, Fred. G., reeve of Saanich. 

Quick, Wm., J. 

Richardson, W. J., farmer. 

Rithet, Ranch, J. Mowett, foreman. 

ROYAL OAK HOTEL, Henry Noble, 
Prop., Saanich Road. 

Smith, John C, farmer. 

Smith, T. C, farmer. 

Steinberger, Wm., Jr. 

Stewart, J., farmer. 

Stewart, William. 

Todd, engineer waterworks. 

Turner, Mina E. 

Walsh, James, farmer. 

Walsh, Patrick, farmer. 

Watts, Henry. 

RUPERT DISTRICT 

A land district comprising that 
portion of the island northwest of 
longtitude 126 degrees, latitude 50 
degrees. 

RUSSELL ISLAND 

A small island at the mouth of 
Pulford Harbor, Salt Spring Island. 

RUSSELLS 

A flag station on the E. & N. at 
Russell Street, Victoria W. 

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of North Saanich and including 
within its domain the greater part 
of the Saanich Peninsula. The 
District is 14 miles long with an 
average breadth of about 5 miles, 
and contains about 40,000 acres. Its 
assessed value is $4,500,000 and 
there are 1,500 ratepayers. In 1907 
the Council expended $6,500 on 
roads and $10,500 on schools. Es- 
timated Revenue for 1908, $24,000. 
The Municipal Hall is on Glanford 
Avenue, near Royal Oak. 

Reeve, Fred G. Quick, Royal Oak. 

Clerk, James R. Carmichael, 
Royal Oak. 

Council, Cornelius Pointer, May- 
wood, Joseph Nicholson, Vic, Geo. 
C. Mannix, Royal Oak., H. P. Hal- 
don, Turgoose, Henry J. Dunn, 
Maywood and Robert Scott, Mt. 
Tolmie. 

(See addenda for council elected 
January 1909.) 

Constable, J. J. Russell. 

Hoad Superintendent, James 
Pim. 

Health Officer, Dr. H. R. Nelson, 
Victoria, 

Engineer, W. S. "Waters. 

School Trustees — Charles King 
(Mt. Tolmie), chairman, Wm. 
Campbell (Royal Oak), sec. 

There are 10 schools — East 
Saanich, West Saanich, Prospect, 
'Elk Lake, Royal Oak, Strawberry 
Vale, Cedar Hill, Mount Tolmie, 
Gordon Head, and Craigflower. 

Licence Commissioners — Fred G. 
Quick, chairman; C. Pointer, H. F. 
Haldon, Andrew Strachan, J. P. 
and W. P. Loveland, J. P. 

The Post Offices in the Munici- 
pality are: Turgoose, Keatings, 
Royal Oak, Hagan, Sluggett, Heal 
Tod Inlet, Strawberry Vale, Col- 
quitz, Mount Tolmie and Gordon 
Head. 
(For names of residents see under var- 
ious Post Offices.) 

SAANICHTON 

A station on the V. & S. Rail- 
way, at Turgoose Post Office, 10 
miles north of Victoria. 
(See Turgoose.) 

SATHLAN DISTRICT 

A land District lying west of 
Duncan. 



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SALT SPRING ISLAND 

Also known as Admiral Island. 
The largest of the Islands of the 
Gulf of Georgia. The southern end 
of the island is about 2 miles north 
of the Saanich Peninsula, being se- 
parated therefrom by the Satellite 
Channel. It is of an irregular 
shape, and a;bout twenty-three 
miles long. The north end 

of the Island is about 6 miles east 
of Chemainus. The island is of a 
hilly nature, the highest point 
(Mount Bruce), being 2,329 feet. 
In the valleys are some of the fin- 
est farms in the country. 

There are four post offices on the 
Island — Salt Spring, Ganges Har- 
bor, South Salt Spring and Beaver 
Point (whidh see). There are 
steamboat landings at Vesuvius 
Bay, Burgoyne Bay, Fulford Har- 
bor, Beaver Point, Ganges Harbor 
and Bullman & Allison's mill. The 
steamer Iroquois from Sidney calls 
at one or other of these places ev- 
ery day. The chief settlement is 
at Ganges Harbor. 

Churches — Anglican, St. Mark's 
(Salt Spring P. O.), and St. Mary's 
(Fulford Harbor), Rev. E. F. Wil- 
son. Methodist (Salt Spring P.O.), 
Rev. G. F. Clark; Roman Catholic, 
at Vesuvius Bay. 

Schools — Central, J. W. Dodds; 
North End, Fred Williams; Bur- 
goyne, McKinnon; Beaver Point, 
Simons; Isabella Point, Arthur W. 
Cook; Divide School, Bertha Trage. 

There is a courthouse and Pub- 
lic Hall at Salt Spring Post Office 
(known locally as the Central Set- 
tlement). There is no hotel on the 
Island but there is a boarding 
house, 2 miles from Ganges. Tele- 
phone connections. 

Assessor and tax collector, Ed- 
ward Walter, Ganges. 

Justice of the Peace, Arthur 
Walter, Ganges. 

Constable, Wm. Lumley. 



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Growers' Association, Wm. M. 
Mouat, secretary, Ganges. 

(For names of residents see the various 
Post Offices and also Vesuvius Bay.) 

SALT SPRING ISL. P. O. 

(See also Salt Spring Island and 
Vesuvius Bay.) 

A post office on Salt Spring Is- 
land known as the Central Settle- 
ment, situated at the north end of 
Salt Spring Island, 2 miles from 
the steamer landings at Vesuvius 
Bay, or Ganges Harbor. It has 
telephone connections. Nearest 
railway station and express of- 
fice, Chemainus distant 11 miles. 
Regular steamer connections with 
Sidney. Has Episcopal and Me- 
thodist churches, public school 
and public hall. 

The courthouse for the island is 
situated here. 

Population, 550 

Postmaster, Gilbert J. Mouat. 

Schools — Central, J. W. Dodds, 
North End; Fred. Williams. 

Order of Canadian Home Circles 
Lodge 412. D. D. Mclntyre, sec- 
retary. 

Abbott, Cecil, curate English church. 
Akerman, Joseph J., farmer. 
Baker, Cecil E., farmer. 
Broadwell, Joel, B., farmer. 
Bullock, Henry W., gentleman. 
Caldwell, Henry, farmer. 
Caldwell, Wm., farmer. 
Cartwright Bros. (A. B. and Edward), 

farmers. 
Clark, G. P., Rev., Methodist minister. 
Cotsford, Wm. T., farmer. 
Craig, John, lieutenant-colonel. 
Crofton, Ernest A., farmer. 
Crofton, Fred., farmer. 
Cumby, Robert, farmer. 
Cunningham, Herbert, farmer. 
Demaine, George, farmer. 
Dukes, Walter J., farmer. 
Epron, George, farmer. 
Francis, W., farmer. 



Gwynne, Arthur, farmer, 

Halley, George, farmer. 

Halley, James D., farmer. 

Harrison, Edward Wm. 

Harrison, Ernest L., farmer. 

Jordan, Wm., farmer and butcher. 

Lakin, Frank L., farmer. 

Lepage, T. A., farmer. 

Lundy, Benjamin, farmer. 

Mansell, Thomas D., farmer. 

Mason, Job, miner. 

Mouat, Gilbert J., postmaster and 
general store. 

Mouat, Wm., farmer. 

Mclntyre, D. D., farmer. 

McFadden, Wm., farmer. 

Nelson, Nels, farmer. 

Norton, John, farmer. 

Purvis, Percy, farmer. 

Rosman, Edward, farmer. 

Rosman, Edwin J., farmer. 

Sampson, Henry, farmer. 

Stark, Willis O., farmer. 

Stevens, Henry, farmer and pro- 
prietor Stevens iboarding house. 

Stevens, Walter, farmer. 

Wallcott, John O. H., farmer. 

Walter, Arthur, J.P., farmer. 

Whims, Wm., farmer. 

Wilson, Arthur L., farmer. 

Wilson, Daniel Keith, farmer. 

Wilson, Rev. E. F., Episcopal mini- 
ster. 

Wilson, N. W., farmer. 

Wilson, Oscar P., farmer. 

Wood, Henry, farmer. 

Young, R. B., farmer. 

SAMUEL ISLAND 

A small island between Mayne 
and Saturna Islands, in the Gulf 
of Georgia. 



SAN JOSEF 



(See also Cape Scott.) 
A settlement and post offlce on 
the northwest of Vancouver Is- 
land, extending from San Josef 
Bay through San Josef Valley and 
Spruce River Valley to the head 
of the West Arm of Quatsino 
Sound. The mail is brought here 
from Winter Harbor by a gaso- 
line launch belonging to Mr. 
Henry Peterson. 

Postmaster, Henry Ohlsen. 

Andersen, A., farmer. 

Andersen, J. C, farmer. 

Andersen, P., farmer. 

Bardal, A., farmer. 

Brorson, M., farmer. 

Christensen, A., farmer. 



Lewisville Hotel 

CHEMAINUS, B. C. 



Special Attention Given to Tourists 
and Commercial Men. 

Newly Uuilt and Refurnished Throughout. 

S. J. HAGAN, Proprietor 



HARDWARE 
PAINTS, OILS 

AND 

VARNISHES 

STOVES 

and HEATERS 



THE SHORE HARDWARE GO. LTD. 

1400-1402 GOVERNMENT STREET 
Phone 644 VICTORIA P. o. Box 46 



RAZORS 
SCISSORS 
TABLE AND 
POCKET CUT- 
LERY. GUNS and 
AMMUNITION 



San Josef 



Sayward District 213 



Christensen, C, farmer. 

Christinsen, J., farmer. 

Hansen, K., farmer. 

Henriksen, L., farmer. 

Jensen, H., farmer. 

Jensen, L., farmer. 

Mattesen, C, farmer. 

Michelsen, H., farmer. 

Mikkelsen, P., farmer. 

Nilson, N., farmer. 

Ohlsen, Henry, postmaster and store. 

Pedersen, C, farmer. 

Petersen, Henry, mail carrier. 

Petersen, V., carpenter. 

Raven, N., farmer. 

Rasmissen, C. W., logger. 

Tough, W., farmer. 

SANDWICK 

(See Courtney.) 

A farming settlement in the 
Comox district, one mile north of 
Courtney, 7 miles from Cumber- 
land. 

Postmaster, Eric Duncan. 

Anglican church. Rev. J. X. 
Willemar, pastor. 

Ball, Markham B., farmer. 
Bridges, Charlv^s, farmer. 
Burn, Frederick, farmer. 
Calhoun, Samuel, farmer. 
Carwithen, Geo., farmer. 
Carwithen, Henry L., farmer. 
Carwithen, Mrs., widow. 
Childs, Prank, farmer 
Clark, Hugh, farmer. 
Cliffe, Lucius R., farmer. 
Cowie, John, farmer. 
Cowlin, Charles, farmer. 
Crawford, Samuel F., farmer. 
Creech, Richard, farmer. 
Duncan Bros., general merchandise. 
Duncan, Eric, Postmaster. 
Duncan, Wm., farmer. 
Giolma, Frank, farmer. 
Grieve, George, farmer. 
Grieve, George B., farmer. 
Grieve, Wm. H., farmer. 
Halliday, Jas, A., farmer. 
Halliday, Robert M., farmer. 
Harmston, Wm. E., farmer. 
Huband, Wm., farmer. 
Johnson, John, laborer. 
Kellard, Geo., farmer. 
Kelly, Michael, farmer. 
Kirby, Thomas, farmer. 
McKnight, Bessie, teacher. 
McQuillan, Henry C, farmer. 
Machin, Henry R., farmer. 
Menzie, Rev. Thomas, pastor Presby- 
terian church. 
Milligan, Archibald, farmer. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

WHOLESALE WRAPPING PAPER 

PAPER BAGS, ETC. 

LET ME QUOTE YOU PRICES 

620 Cormorant Street - Victoria, B. C. 



Muir, A. C, farmer. 

Mundell, John, J.P. 

Parkin, Isaac, farmer. 

Parkin, James H., farmer. 

Parkin, Wm., farmer. 

Piercy, Henry, farmer. 

Piercy, Matthew H., farmer. 

Piercy, Samuel J., farmer. 

Presbyterian Church, Rev. Thos, 

Menzie, pastor. 
Reece, Morgan, farmer. 
Rennnison, Walter, farmer. 
Rennison, Wm., farmer. 
Robinson, Geo. A., farmer. 
Russell, Benjamin, farmer. 
Shopland, John S., farmer. 
Shopland, Norman, farmer. 
Shopland, Victor, farmer. 
Smith, Hugh, farmer. 
Willemar, Rev. J. X., pastor Anglican 

church. 

SATURNA ISLAND 

(See also Pender Island.) 
One of the islands of the Gulf 
of Georgia, near Plumper's Pass, 
5 miles southeast of Mayne Is- 
land. Has steamer landing. Light- 
house on most easterly point. 
Postmaster, G. Bradley-Dyne. 

Blantern, J. T. B., farmer. 
Bradley-Dyne, G., postmaster. 
Georgeson, Jas., keeper East Point 

lighthouse. 
Grey, R. G., farmer. 
Payne, Gerald F., farmer. 
Payne, Harold D., farmer. 
Taylor, Geo. D., quarryman. 

SAVORY ISLAND 

North of the Straits of Georgia, 
8 miles southeast of Cortes Is- 
land. 

SAYWARD DISTRICT 

A land district comprising that 
portion of the Island lying north- 
east of longtltude 126 degrees, lati- 
tude 50 degrees. From Campbell 
River to Port Kusam. 



NORTH-WEST REAL ESTATE CO. 

Timber Limits and Real Estate 



Phone 640 
706 YATES ST., VICTORIA 



FLOUR 

AND 

FEED 



BANNERMAN & HORNE 

635-7JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA. PHONE487 



Poultry 
Supplies 



214 Scarlett Point 



Shawnigan Lake 



orp. 



AWARDED 
V/ORLDS FAIR 



SODA 
WATER 



SCARLETT POINT 

At the entrance to Christie 
Channel. Lighthouse, T. E. Hunt, 
keeper. 

SEACHART 

One of the Pacific Coast Whal- 
ing Company's stations, situated 
in the Barkley Sound and mid- 
way hetween Toquart Harbor 
and Vernon Bay; there is also a 
lighthouse here. 

Balcon, Sproat, Capt., superintendent 
whaling station. 

Balcon, Harry, pilot SS. "Orion." 

Hillier, J. E., lineman at Toquart. 

Scapeland, — , manager whaling sta- 
tion. 

Strickland, G., lighthouse keeper. 

SENAMUS ISLAND 

In southern part of Saanich In- 
let. 

SEYMOUR DISTRICT 

A land district lying southwest 
of Chemainus district. 

SHAWNIGAN LAKE 

A farming settlement and post 
office on the Shawnigan Lake, 28 
miles north of Victoria by the E. 

6 N. Rly., 37 miles by wagon 
road, and 3 miles south of Cobble- 
Hill. There are two stations on 
the E. & N. Rly, here — Shawnigan 
Lake and Koenig — situated about 
a mile apart, for convenience in 
reaching the hotels. The lake is 

7 miles long by 1 mile in width, 
and the district abounds in game 
of all kinds. Long distance tele- 
phone. 

Postmistress, Mrs. A. Koenig. 
Malahat School, Miss Case, 
teacher. 



Bamfield, J. caretaker. 

Barron, Julius, butcher. 

Barry, D., planer, Shawnigan Lake 

Lum'ber Co. 
Bass, Oscar C. lawyer. 
Birdis, J., employee Shawnigan Lake 

Lumber Co. 
Blake, Herbert, farmer. 
Bloomquist, Charles J., master mariner. 
Case, Miss, teacher, Malahat School. 
Cheals, W., farmer. 
Cheeke, George A., farmer. 
Copley, A. F., logger. 
Copley, Charles, farmer. 
Copley, D. J., farmer. 
Copley, Marian, farmer. 
Davidson, Miss, Emily. 
Dinter, H., farmer. 
Dundas, Ranald, rancher. 
Dundas, T. G. 
Elford, Frank, tallyman, Shawnigan 

Lake Lumber Co. 
Elford, Raymond, millman, Shawnigan 

Lake Lumber Co. 
Elford, Theophilus, -manager Shawni- 
gan Lake Lumber Co. 
Foster, George, emp. Shawnigan Lake 

Lumber Co. 
Freeman, James, farmer. 
Freeman, John S., farmer. 
Furlonge, A. M., surveyor. 
Gardner, Harry, mill hand. 
Gibbs, T., farmer. 
Giles, George. 
Gillis, Andrew, farmer. 
Graham, A., millhand. 
Hall, B., captain, farmer. 
Harte, Frank, farmer. 
Hawkins, Harry, logger. 
Hawkins, Herbert, logger. 
Hunter, Gordon, Hon. Chief Justice, 

"Rockvale." 
Jerome, Gideon. 
Jessop, appr. farmer. 
Kincade, R.. millhand. 
Koenig, Mrs. A., Prop., Shawnigan 

Lake Hotel and postmistress. 
Lewington, J., laborer. 
McClurge, H., farmer. 
McClurge, W., farmer. 
McDonald, J., millhand. 
McGary, Douglas T., millhand. 
McGary, J. S., millhand. 
Marks, J. E., millhand. 
Martineau, J., engineer. 
Maurice, George T., farmer. 
Morris, A., farmer. 
Morrison, D., -millhand. 
Randolph, James C, solicitor. 
Robertson, H., farmer. 
Shawnigan Lake Hotel, Mrs. A. Koenig, 

Prop. 



T701IHAIFM HOTFI duncan, e. & n. railway, 

A JLtKJKJ 1 Ir^LaL^LlfM. 1 IV^ 1 LuM^j VANCOUVER ISLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Stage leaves the Tzouhalem Hotel for Mount 
Sicker Mines Daily. For Cowichan Lake Daily. 



PRICE BROS., Proprietors 



N. A. G. 



FIREPROOF SLATING 

FOR SHINGLE ROOFS 

Manufactured by NEWTON &. GREER COMPANY, Ltd., VICTORIA, B. C. 



Shawnigan Lake 



Sidney 215 



SHAWNIGAN LAKE LUMBER CO., 
LTD., THEO. ELFORD, MANA- 
GER; RAYMOND ELFORD, LO- 
CAL MANAGER. 

(See page 26.) 
Strathcona Hotel, Mrs. J. E. Wark, 

Prop. 
Sutton, G., millhand. 
Sutton, Morley, blacksmith, sawmill. 
Telford, H., caretaker, Rockvale. 
Tway S., millhand. 
Walsh, J. J., retired. 
Wark, Mrs. J. E., Prop., Strathcona 

Hotel. 
Welsh, John, section foreman, E. & N. 

SHIRLEY 

(See also Otter Point.) 

A farming settlement on Juan de 
Fuca Strait, 6 miles northwest of 
Otter Point and 36 miles southwest 
of Victoria, has post office and tele- 
graph, mails weekly. 

Postmaster, E. Clark. 

Barber, M., meteorological agent at 

Jordan River. 
Campbell, Alex., farmer. 
Clark, Edwin, postmaster and farmer. 
Clark, Percival E., farmer. 
Hay, Murdock, telegraph repairer at 

Slide Hill. 
Kirby, H. J., farmer. 
McQueen, George, farmer. 
Roff, Thomas, farmer. 

SHOAL ISLAND 

In Osborn Bay, lighthouse, R. 
Allan, keeper. 

SIDNEY 

(See also North Saanich.) 

The terminus of the Victoria and 
Sidney Railway is situated on the 
northeast of the Saanich Peninsula, 
17 miles north of Victoria, and in 
the Municipality of North Saanich. 
The Dominion Government have 
recently erected a wharf, and it is 
from here that the steamer con- 
nection with the islands of the 
Gulf of Georgia is maintained. The 
main industry of the surrounding 
district is farming, but there is 
also a large sawmill and brick 
yard. Long Distance Telephone 
station. 

Postmaster, J. J. White. 




Ah, Jim Sam, laundry. 

Anderson, Matthew, laborer. 

Ballantine, John, farmer. 

Barquest, Albert, tugboat owner. 

Barquest, Andrew, blacksmith. 

Barrow, P. J. 

Baxter, C. S., farmer. 

Beer, Horace W., baker. 

Bell, John, farmer. 

Billings, John G., manager, Saanich 
Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Birch, Charles E., farmer. 

Black, James, owner threshing ma- 
chine. 

Blackburn, Edward, engineer, S. L. Co. 

"Blanche" (launch), W. D. Byers Capt., 
W. J. Hambley, engineer, connect- 
ing with Islands. 

Blossom B., laborer. 

Boag, W., employee S. L. Co. 

Bond, D., emp. S. L. Co. 

Brethour, Edgar E., contractor. 

Brethour, Henry, farmer. 

Brethour, James W., farmer. 

Brethour, John, farmer. 

Brethour, Julius, farmer. 

Brethour, J. Stanley, contractor. 

Brethour, Samuel, farmer. 

Bruce, Charles L., engineer SS. Iro- 
quois. 

Buss, W., emp. S. L. Co. 

Byers, W. D., Capt. launch "Blanche." 

Carlin, Harry, emp. S. L. Co. 

Challoner & Mitchell Farm, J. H. Col- 
lins, manager. 

Chapman, Charles, wheelwriglit and 
painter. 

Chung, Lee Lung, general store. 

Claydon, Isaac. 

Cochran, Colin C, manager Sidney 
Trading Co. 

Collins, James H., manager. Challoner 
& Mitchell Farm. 

Copeland, Mrs. J. N., farmer. 

Copeman, W. E. M., real estate. 

Critchley, James, manager, L. Dickin- 
son. 

Cumming, Wm. Gordon, physician. 

Deverill, manager Mallamott Stock 



QUAMiCHAN HOTEL 



/Headquarters for Tourists\ 
I and Commercial Men. j 



Duncan, B. C. 



strictly First Class. Excellent Fishing and Hunting on Somenos Lake. F. CONRUYT, Proprietor 



FIT- REFORM 



CLOTHES FOR 
GENTLEMEN 



Ready to Wear or to Order. 


1201 GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA 


Phone 898 


216 Sidney 




Sidney 



Corrig dollege 

BEACON HILL PARK, VICTORIA. 

The Home School For Boys. 
Principal - J. W. CHURCH, Mj.A. 



Dickinson, L., grocer, James Critchley, 
local manager. 

Donovan (Martineau & Donovan), Ho- 
tel Sidney. 

Douglas, Robert, manager A. C. Flu- 
imerfelt's Ranch. 

Driver, Charles B., manager Sidney 
Brick & Tile Co. 

Einum, Sever. 

Elliott, J. W., contractor. 

Ewart, Dan., employee S. L. Co. 

Fairclough, Samuel, farmer. 

Finlay, Harry, fisherman. 

Fisher, A. D., emp. S. L. Co. 

Flumerfelt's (A. C.) Ranch, Robert 
Douglas, manager. 

Forfar, Thomas J., contractor. 

Gehrke, Albert, clerk, Sidney Trading 
Co. 

Gehrke, H., emp. S. L. Co. 

Goodbrand, Benjamin, emp. S. L. Co. 

Gordon, Hubert C, foreman S. L. Co. 

Grant, Andrew, employee S. L. Co. 

Griffin, Robert S., farmer. 

Griffith, George, emp. S. L. Co. 

Halseth, Sever, emp. S. K Co. 

Hambley, W. J., marine engineer. 

Harman, Marshall, farmer and contrac- 
tor. 

Harrison, J. T., farmer. 

Haynes, Frank, fisherman. 

Hazelton, Harry, carpenter. 

Herber, Louis, farmer, 

Heberley, August, laborer. 

Hewitt, Mark, farmer. 

Hockstetter, Christopher, emp. S. L. 
Co. 

Hootan, H., road foreman. 

Hotel Sidney, Martineau & Donovan, 
Props. 

Hudson, Alfred, farmer. 

Imrie, Peter, farmer. 

Jensen, W. 

Kelly, James A., constable. 

Kierstead, A. R., blacksmith. 

Kierstead & Chapman, blacksmiths. 

Klosowski, J., emp. S. L. Co. 

Knowles, J. B., farmer. 

Knowles, Robt. E., farmer. 

Law, Toy, laundry. 

Little, Wm., farmer. 
Macdonald, F., employee S. L. Co., 



Mallamot Stock Farm, Ltd., W. J. 
Taylor, K. C, proprietor; — . De- 
verill, manager. 

Manson, Thomas, mate tugboat 
"Czar." 

Martineau & Donovan, proprietors 
Hotel Sidney. 

Mattinson, A., planer foreman S. L. 
Co. 

McArthur, C, farmer and contractor. 

McDougall, W., employee S. L. Co. 

Mcllmoyl, Charles W., farmer. 

McKenzie, A. J., farmer and butcher. 

McKillican, H. A., contractor. 

McLaughlin, H., employee S. L. Co. 

McLean, J., employee S. L. Co. 

McLean, Thomas, farmer. 

McNair, Wm., foreman S. L. Co. 

Menagh, Alex., farmer. 

Moore, Hugh, retired. 

Morris, F. B., farmer. 

Moses, Chris., farmer. 

Munro, Andrew, livery stable. 

Munro, A. D., purser, SS. "Iroquois." 

Munro, Thomas, teamster. 

Munro, Wm., proprietor Sidney Bak- 
ery. 

Nelson, Gus, fisherman. 

Norris, F. G., rancher and provincial 
collector of votes. 

North, Fletcher, secretary school 
trustees. 

Norton, John J., blacksmith and ex- 
press. 

Norton, Manuel J., painter. 

Offerosky, Herman M., employee S. L. 
Co. 

Offerosky, W., employee S. L. Co. 

Patterson, R., employee S. L. Co. 

Pinchen, E., teacher West Ward 
School. 

Pohl, Theodore, employee S. L. Co. 

Pollard, W., employee S. L. Co, 

Reay, George W., farmer. 

Reid, John, employee railroad. 

Rhodes, Charles C, accountant 
Saanich Lumber Co. 

Roberts, James A., farmer. 

Roberts, Mrs. Samuel, farmer. 

Roberts, W. H., employee S. L. Co. 

Robinson, J., employee S. L. Co. 

Saanich Canning Co., James J. White, 
manager; R. B. Brethour, secre- 
tary., clam canners. 

Saanich Lumber Co., Ltd., M, Carlin, 
president; John G. Billings, 
manager and secretary. 

Sandover, Stephen, farmer. 

Sangster, George, farmer and reeve of 
municipality. 

Sayles, George, farmer. 

Sculthorpe, S. S., farmer. 

Sears. Albert A., captain SS. "Iro- 
quois," h. Laurelhurst. 



ARLINGTON HOTEL, ^r.'TT"^^':'/ ' 

' The Resort for Tourists, Hunters and Fishermen 

ACCOMMODATION AND CUISINE UNSURPASSED. 
GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH AND POST OFFICE STATION LOCATED HERE 



HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD. ^— --^^ 

' Send ff»r niir 

BUY DIAMONDS BY MAIL = 



Send for our 
CATALOGUE 



Sidney 



Slide Hill 217 



Seglerba, Manuel, fisherman. 

Sidney Bakery, Wm. Munro, pro- 
prietor. 

Sidney Brick & Tile Co., Charles E. 
Driver, manager. 

Sidney & Nanaimo Transportation 
Co., owners 'SS. "Iroquois;" A. 
Sears, captain; A. D. Munro, 
purser. 

Sidney Trading Co., Colin C. Coch- 
ran, manager. 

Simpson, George, farmer. 

Smith, G. F., employee S. L.. Co. 

Smith, Thomas R., farmer. 

Spalding, A. R., farmer. 

Spotts, Albert, laborer. 

Stern, Paul, bartender Hotel Sidney. 

Thayne, Mrs. A. C, principal E. Ward 

School. 
Thomas, George, farmer. 

Tilley, F. E., farmer. 
Tomlinson, Wm. C, employee S. L. Co. 

Veitch, Wm., farmer. 

Warne, Wm., foreman S. L. Co. 

Warner, C, employee S. L. Co. 

Wasser, A., employee S. L. Co. 

WHITE, JAMES J., Postmaster and 
General Store and Customs Of- 
ficer. 

Williams, George, fisherman. 

Wilson, Mrs. A. L., teacher E. Ward 
School. 

Wood, James A., minister Methodist 
church. 



SIDNEY INLET 

(See also Clayoquot.) 

A mining camp on the west 
coast, 20 miles north of Clayo- 
quot, which is the nearest post of- 
fice. The Indian Chief Copper 
Mine, operated by the Tyee Cop- 
per Co. is situated here. The 
residents are all employees of that 
Company. 

Bayne, T. 

Besance, Alfred. 

Bray, John. 

Call, Frank. 

Crossley, Thomas, foreman. 

Daniell, G. W. B. 

Davey, James. 

Davey, J. H. 

Derham, Joseph. 

Drinkwater, John. 

Dwyer, Wm. 

Hanson, W. G. 

Harris, Walter. 

Jones, Charles. 

Maher, James. 

Maher, Thomas. 



HOTEL WILSON 

FIREPROOF, MODERN and 
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 
One Block from Steamboat Landing 

JAS. R. MCKINNELL, PROP. 

NANAIMO, B.C. 



McCann, James. 

McCavet, Hugh. 

McDonald, H. 

McEachern, John. 

McLean, S. 

McMurran, F. 

Mercer, Albert. 

Moyle, Wm., foreman. 

Munro, H. 

Orchard, Philip. 

Parker, J. L.., superintendent and min- 
ing engineer. 

Raffleson, Daniel. 

Ramsey, J. 

Rivers, Charles. 

Renaldi, Joseph. 

Schley, Oscar. 

Thornton, Wm. 

Tyee Copper Co. 
intendent. 

Vanstone, Wm. 
Watson, A. 

Young, George, 



J. L. Parker, super- 



SIDNEY ISLAND 

An island in the Gulf of 
Georgia, 3 miles southeast of 
Sidney. P. O. Sidney. There is a 
brick yard on the island. 

Courtney, George L.., proprietor. 
Donaldson, R. A., farmer. 
Donaldson, Wm., farmer. 

SISTERS, THE 

Near Lasqueti Island. Light- 
house, B. Blanchard, keeper. 

SLIDE HILL 

(See Shirley.) 

WOOD BROS. GARAGE 

Automobiles For Hire At All Hours 

REPAIRING AND STORING 



WHARF, COR. BROUGHTON, VICTORIA 

Phone 241 



B. C. LAND & INVESTMENT AGENCY 

Real Estate, Insurance and General Agents pif^.^zT^^xoU 



Dominion Hotel, 

Rates 



BOARD AND ROOM 
1 EUROPEAN PLAN - 



VICTORIA. B. C. 

STEPHEN JONES, - PROP. 
$2.00 AND UP. 
.75 AND UP. 



218 Sluggett 



Somenos 



THE GREAT WEST 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIN W. JONES, 
Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phone 282. ROOM 12, METROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B. C. 

SLUGGETT 

(See also Hagan.) 

A post office and farming settle- 
ment in the Saanich Municipality, 
11 miles north of Victoria by the 
West Saanich Rd. Keating rail- 
way station 2 miles. 

Postmistress, Mrs. J. D. Thomp- 
son. 

School (West Saanich), Miss B. 
K. Loat. 

Brooks, John L., farmer. 
Butler, Claude H. 
Freeland, Reginald J., farmer. 
Fernie, Peter C, gentleman. 
Fowke, Ralph B., farmer. 
Freeland, Richard. 
Graham, Robert, farmer. 
Graham, Thomas, farmer. 
Gray, James, cook. 
Handey, J., farmer. 
Handey, Wm., farmer. 
Pitzer, Wm. A., farmer. 
Pitzer, W. S., farmer. 
Rehill, Thomas, farmer. 
Sidwell, Samuel, farmer. 
Simpson, Jacob, farmer. 
Sluggett, Fred. J., farmer. 
Sluggett, John, farmer. 
Sluggett, John Watts, farmer. 
Sluggett, Robert W., farmer. 
Thomson, J. W., real estate agent 
Thomson, F. L., rancher. 
Thomson, R. W., printer. 
Verdier, Francis, farmer. 

SOINTULA 

A post office in the Finnish 
settlement, Malcolm Island, 6 
miles north of Alert Bay. Mails 
from Vancouver weekly. All the 
residents are engaged in farming. 

Postmaster, Theodore Tanner. 

Ahala, Wilho. 
Aho. Anth. 
Austin, Harry J. 
Baelins, Kalle. 
Berg, Erland. 
Berg, Nikolai. 
Granfars, Filus. 



Halinen, Matt. 

Hankane, Mandy. 

Hannukaine, Annie. 

Hayrynen, S. 

Hede, John. 

Herno, Isak. 

Hilton, Adam. 

Hilton, Better. 

Honkala, John. 

Hulkko, Henry. 

Hukkala, Emil. 

Ilkka, J. 

Ilkka, Minnie. 

Kangas, George. 

Kilpela, H. 

Lausenburg, Alex. 

Luck, Henry. 

Mahn, John. 

Malander, Emil. 

Mantta, John. 

Neva, K. A. 

Osterberg, K. 

Palo, John. 

Pakkala, John. 

Petta, David. 

Petterson, P. 

Pouttu, Herman. 

Rivers, John. 

Ricksman, Matt. 

Salo, John. 

Salo, Kalle. 

Savola, Kristra. 

Sider, David. 

Snikkar, Arthur. 

Stephens, John. 

Takala, Emil. 

Tanner, Theodore, postmaster. 

Turune, E. 

Wartiaine, Paul. 

Wentela, John. 

SOLANDER ISLAND 

Situated near Cape Cook. 

SOMENOS 

(See also Duncan & Westholme.) 
A station and post office on the 
E. & N. Ry., 3 miles north of Dun- 
can, in the municipality of North 
Cowichan; has school, Presbyter- 
ian and Methodist churches, also a 
brick yard. Mails daily; this dis- 
trict is specially adapted for farm- 
ing. 

Postmistress, Winnifred Herd. 

Allen, Mutter, farmer. 

Bailey, Joseph, farmer. 

Brakespeare, (ieo., farmer. 

Brakespeare, Lawrence, farmer. 

Burgess, farmer. 

Davie, Samuel, farmer. 



XHniversit^ School, IDlctona, mmeb Columbia 



JSoarMn^i anj) Dag Scbool for JSogs. 
15 Bcres of placing 3Piel50. 



IRew :SQvic\\ JBuilMng. 
Bpplg to tbe JBursar. 



^A/6iler Bros, complete Home Furnishers 



ESTABLISHED 1862. 



917-921 GOVERNMENT STREET 



Somenos 



Sooke Lake 219 



Evans, David, farmer. 

Evans, Harry, farmer. 

Evans, John, farmer. 

Gibbs, Samuel, farmer. 

Green, Edgar A., farmer. 

Green, Seymour, farmer. 

Hard, James, farmer. 

Hargraves, Harold, farmer. 

Heggie, Mrs. 

Henslowe, Leonard, farmer. 

Herd, Alexander, farmer. 

Herd, Wm., farmer. 

Herd, Winnifred, postmistress. 

Hirsoh, John, surveyor. 

Jackson, Frederick A., farmer. 

Jennings, Samuel, brickyard. 

Johnson, Matthew T., farmer. 

Jones, James, farmer. 

Kelly, Harry. 

Kier, George, farmer. 

Kier, Mary. 

Lamb, Charles, farmer. 

Lane, Conrad, farmer. 

Leaky, Arthur, farmer. 

Macneal, George G., farmer. 

Marsh, James, farmer. 

Melville, Leslie, farmer. 

Murchison, Peter, farmer. 

Norcross, Harold, farmer. 

Norie, Johh, farmer. 

Price, Charles H., farmer. 

Ridge, J., farmer. 

Ridge, Wm., farmer. 

Saxton, farmer. 

Scholey, farmer. 

Skinner, Martha, Mrs. 

Smythe, Martha, Mrs. 

Smythe, Ormonde. 

Smythe, William, farmer. 

Springitt, Louis, farmer. 

Wallis, Boyd, farmer. 

West, farmer. 

Williams, Freeman Harry, farmer. 

SOOKE 

(See also East Sooke, Milne's Landing, 
Otter Point & Shirley.) 
A farming and fishing settlement 
about 25 miles southwest of Vic- 
toria on the Juan de Fuca Strait, 
has Presbyterian Church, School 
and Post Office, nearest telegraph 
Milne's Landing, mails twice week- 
ly, nearest railway station Gold- 
stream, distant 17 miles, some of 
the undermentioned engage in 
fishing as well as farming. 
Postmaster, John Muir. 

Arden, E., farmer. 

Burns, Rev. J. W., pastor Presbyterian 
Church. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

==JAPANESE FANCY GOODS = 

1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 



Charters, Wm., blacksmith. 

Dewar, Margaret, teacher. 

French, John A., farmer. 

Harvey, Arthur T., farmer. 

Hooke, Harry, foreman Findlay & 

BrO'die. 
Martin, Matthew, farmer. 
Matthews, C. C, manager Malcolm 

Connon & Co.'s traps. 
McDavitt, Jerry, manager Todd's traps. 
Muir, Curtis T., carpenter. 
Muir, Douglas, R. W., farmer. 
Muir, John, postmaster. 
Muir, John S., carpenter. 
Muir, Wm. U., carpenter. 
Murray, John A., farmer. 
Murray, Thomas A., farmer. 
O'Brien, Clement, farmer. 
Porrier, Adolphus, farmer. 
Rucker, R. P., Manager Findlay & 

Brodies' traps. 
Serrall, John, fisherman. 
Trenchard, C. C, farmer. 
Way, W. G., farmer. 
Welsh, William, farmer. 
White, Aaron D., fruit grower. 
White, John, fisherman. 

SOOKE LAKE 

A lake in the Malahat district, 
22 miles northwest of Victoria and 
10 from Goldstream. It is 5 miles 
long and 1 mile average breadth. 
Game i.-? plentiful in the vicinity. 
P. O. Goldstream. 

Cross, J. 

Greig, D., agent long distance tele- 
phone station (P. O., Shawnigan 
Lake.) 

Hatherley, Sam., hunter. 

Healey, Wm., rancher. 



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Office and Works : 931 VIEW STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 

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(See Pender Island.) 
Spalding, Arthur R., 
master. 



post- 



SOUTH SALT SPRING 

(See also Salt Spring Island.) 

A post office on Salt Spring 
Island, one mile north of Fulford 
Harbor and 7 miles west of Beav- 
er Point. Mails from Sidney and 
Nanaimo four times a week. 
Postmaster, R. P. Edwards. 
Schools — Burgoyne Point, Mr. 
McKinnon; Isabella Point, Arthur 
W. Cook. 

Akerman, George, farmer. 

Akerman, Joseph, farmer. 

Akerman, Thomas, farmer. 

Akerman, Wm., farmer. 

Anglican church. Rev. E. F. Wilson, 
pastor. 

Clark, Rev. G. P., pastor Methodist 
church. 

Cook, Arthur W., teacher. 

Curtis, Chas. A., chicken ranch. 

Edwards, R. P., postmaster and gene- 
ral merchandise, 

Furness, George, farmer;. 

Furness, Mrs. K., farmer. 

Furness, Wm. J., farmer. 

IGreen, Wm., farmer. 

Hamilton, W. J. L., farmer. 

Hienault, Mathew, farmer. 

Hill, Wm., farmer. 

Horrel, Jas., farmer. 

Jackson, Thomas, rancher. 

Jyves, Michael, farmer. 

Lane, Mrs., farmer. 

Lee, T. H., farmer. 

Lee, Thomas, farmer. 

Lee, W., Hudson, farmer. 

Lumley, W., constable. 

Mallet, A. J., farmer. 

Mallet, J. C, farmer. 

Mallet, John, farmer. 

Maxwell, David, farmer. 

Maxwell, James, farmer. 

Maxwell, Richard, farmer. 

Methodist church. Rev. G. F. Clark, 
pastor. 



Plows, John, farmer. 
Raines, F., retired. 
Raynes, Alfred, farmer. 
Roman Catholic church. 
Smith, Albert, farmer. 
Soule, Cornelius J., farmer. 
Stockhouse, Arnold, farmer. 
Wilson, Alex., Sr., farmer. 
Wilson, Alex., Jr., farmer. 
Wilson, Rev. E. F., pastor Anglican 
church. 

SOUTH WELLINGTON 

A station on the E. & N. Rly., 
6 miles south of Nanaimo in the 
Newcastle district. It is a coal 
mining settlement, but since the 
closing of the Dunsmuir mine 
it has lost much of its importance. 
Mails daily. Telephone. 

Postmaster, John W. Davis. 
School, N. Newnham- Davis. 

Methodist church. Rev. James 
Bateman. 

Anglican church. Rev. G. A. 
Bagshaw. 

Presbyterian church 

Bateman, James, Methodist minister. 

Beaton, Daniel, fireman E. & N. Rly. 
steam shovel. 

Brighton, H., miner. 

Brown, W., miner. 

Cain, James, retired. 

Carstens, John, planerman. 

Cartwright, Wm., miner. 

Cuffolo, Joseph, proprietor South 
Wellington Hotel. 

Davis, Evan, farmer. 

Davis, John W. (Watson & Davis), 
postmaster. 

Docherty, Robert, -miner. 

Edwards, Alfred, foreman B. & N. 
steam shovel. 

Emblem, Isaac, farmer. 

Fry, John C, farmer. 

Gorfrey, Arthur, engineer. 

Gueullette, J., farmer. 

Hallier, Wm., miner. 

Halloran, John, miner. 

Julia, — , miner. 

McBride, Joseph, section foreman E. 
& N Rly. 

McGregor, J., mechanic. 

Newnham-Davis, N., teacher. 

Potts, John, miner. 

Reed, Josiah, miner. 

Richardson, Benj., farmer. 

Richardson, L., retired. 

Shaw, J., bookkeeper South Welling- 
ton Lumber Co. 

Shepherd, W., miner. 

Smith, Wm. L., farmer. 



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Stovely 221 



South Wellington Coal Mines, Ltd. 

(Victoria), George Wilkinson, 

manager. 
South Wellington Hotel, Joseph Cuf- 

folo, proprietor. 
South Wellington Lumber Co., Ltd., 

George Williams, manager; E. M. 

Yarwood, secretary. 
Taylor, G., general store. 
Thatcher, F. J., farmer. 
Thomas, D. J., farmer. 
Veloenoth, Sidney, miner. 
Watson & Davis (Joseph Watson and 

John W. Davis), general store 

and post office. 
Watson, Joseph, of Watson & Davis. 
White, J., miner. 
Wilkinson, George, manager South 

Wellington Coal mines. 
Williams, George, manager South 

Wellington Lumber Co. 
Williams, J., miner. 
Woobank, J., miner. 
Yarwood, E. M., secretary South 

Wellington Lumber Co. 

STAPLES ISLAND 



Between North 
and mainland. 



Galiano Island 



STARK'S CROSSING 

Flag station on the E. & N Rly., 
2 miles from Nanaimo. 

STEWART'S 

. Flag station on the E. & N. 
Rly., 5 miles from Victoria. 

STORM ISLAND 

Nine miles north east of Hope 
Island. 

STOVELY 

(See also Cedar.) 

A post office in the north of 
the Cedar district, 4 miles south 
of Nanaimo, situated at the 
bridge across the Nanaimo River. 
The district is mainly adapted for 
farming. Mails daily. 

Postmistress, Mrs. C. Haslam. 
North Cedar School, Mr. Flem- 
ing; East Cedar School, Arthur 
Simpson. 

St. Phillips' church (Anglican), 
Rev. T. A. Bagshaw. 



Bank Fittings, Office Desks, School Desks, 
Opera Chairs, Lodge Furniture. 



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513 Hamilton St. 



Vancouver, B.C. 



Ashton, Harry, laborer. 
Bagshaw, T. A., Rev. (Anglican). 
Bassett, H. R., dairy farm. 
Cochrane, Webster, farmer. 
Coles, George, farmer. 
Corso, B., farmer. 

Cranberry Hotel, James Hallorn, pro- 
prietor. 
Crawford, George, farmer. 
Edwards, Thomas, farmer. 
Fiddick, Charles, farmer. 
Fiddick, Christian, farmer. 
Fiddick, Harry, farmer. 
Fiddick, Richard, farmer. 
Fleming, teacher. 
Good, Louis, Indian Agent. 
Gordon, James, farmer. 

Hallorn, James, Prop. Cranberry Hotel. 
Haslam, Mrs. C, general store and 

postmistress. 
Hemen, John, farmer. 
Hemer, Fred, farmer. 
Hemer, John, farmer. 
Hughes, Robert, carpenter. 
Hunter, Joseph, farmer. 
Jones, Edward, farmer. 
Keast, Israel, farmer. 
McDonald, Mrs. L. C. 
McKinnell, Andrew, farmer. 
McKinnell, Mrs. J. 
Moser, Martin, farmer. 
O'Brien, Peter, farmer. 
O'Brien, Thomas, farmer. 
Raines, George, farmer. 
Raines, Walter, dairy farm. 
Sage, Enoch, prop. Wheat Sheaf Hotel. 
Simpson, Arthur, teacher. 
Simpson, Charles, farmer. 
Slater, farmer. 
Stiner, Joseph, farmer. 
Stove, Jam-es, carpenter. 

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you may require and forward same prompt- 
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satisfactory, and money will be refunded. 

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Swan, Thomas, farmer, Boat Harbor. 

Thomas, Wm. A., farmer. 

Turner, James, farmer. 

Wheat Sheaf Hotel, Enoch Sage, prop. 

White, Alex., farmer. 

White, T. A., farmer. 

York, Amos, carpenter. 

York, Nelson, farmer. 

York, Sam, farmer. 

STRAWBERRY VALE 

A post office in the Saanich 
Municipality, 4 miles Northwest of 
Victoria by the Burnside Road. 

Postmaster, J. W. Pimlott. 

School, Miss Bertha Few, 
teacher. 

Arbuckle, Matthew, farmer. 

Bennett, John, farmer. 

Ball, Samuel, farmer. 

Burrtside Hotel, Joseph Rowland, prop. 

Cassidy, Wm. M., farmer. 

Carrington, farmer. 

Carsley, M., farmer. 

Clark, R. P., farmer. 

Collins, Mrs. 

Cuddy, Robert A. 

Few, Bertha, teacher. 

Gillie, James D., farmer. 

Holmes, Henry, farmer. 

Ives, J., farmer. 

Jones, Charles B., farmer. 

Large, W. R., farmer. 

Le Mesurier, Cecil. 

Mann, H. J. 

Miller, Mrs. M. A. 

Odgers, J., farmer. 

Picken, Mrs. E. 

Pimlott, J. W., postmaster and gro- 
ceries. 
Robins, Miss M. 

Rowland, Joseph, Prop. Burnside Ho- 
tel. 
Scott, Barnard, P., farmer. 
Shires, Squire, farmer. 
Tennant, Chas., farmer. 
Tunnicliffe, John T., farmer. 



STUART ISLAND 

Lies northwest of Valdes Island, 
at the entrance to Bute Inlet. 

SUMMIT SIDING 

Flag station on the E. & N. Ry., 
20 miles from "Victoria. 

SWANSON ISLAND 

Five miles east of Malcolm Is- 
land. 

TELEGRAPH BAY 

An inlet on the Haro Straits, 6 
miles northeast of Victoria. It is 
in the Saanich Municipality. Here 
are situated the powder works of 
the Giant Powder Co. Post Office, 
Victoria. 

Clegg, James, teamster. 

Clegg, Thomas, teamster. 

Coleman, Charles O., nitro-glycerine 

worker. 
Davis, Thomas, leadburner. 
Geake, H. J., Jr., engineer. 
Giant Powder Co. (San Francisco), L. 

E. Leavell, superintendent. 
Howard, Thomas, fireman. 
Kirkpatrick, Charles, laborer. 
Leavell, L. E., superintendent. 
Leavitt, Harry, powder mixer. 
Prescott, G. H., carpenter. 
Price, Arch., teamster. 
Scott, Arthur W.. pipe fitter. 

TEXADA ISLAND 

A large island in the north of 
the G-ulf of Georgia, about 25 miles 
north of Nanaimo. It is 35 miles 
in length and at its broadest part 
is about 8 miles across. The prin- 
cipal settlement is Van Anda, on 
the north of the East Coast. 

'(See Van Anda.) 

THETIS ISLAND 

Is situated 5 miles northeast of 
Chemainus, farming is the princi- 
pal industry, post office Chemainus. 

Burchell, Henry, general merchandise. 
Henenge, Major A. 
Henange, C. 
Hunter, Jas., farmer. 
Hunter, Joseph, farmer. 



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Telephone 1377. 618 Trounce Avenue 



TIMBER, FRUIT and 

FOR FARM LANDS OR 

CITY PROPERTY 



R. W. COLEMAN 

ADDRESS Phone 302. P. O. Drawer 574 

1230GovernmeniSt., Victoria, B.C. 



Thetis Island 



Toquart 223 



Hunter, Peter, farmer. 

Hunter, Thos., farmer. 

Hunter, Wm., farmer. 

Janson, A. D. 

Nixon, A. P., meteorological agent. 

Rothwell, Capt. 

Sandio, Wm., farmer. 

THOBURN 

A post office on the Esquimalt 
Road, corner of Head Street, 2 
miles west of Victoria. 

Postmaster, P. Comerford. 

(Names of residents are included in 
Victoria City. See Head, Lampson, 
Stanley, Dunsmuir and Lyall 
Streets, and Rithet avenue,, etc., in 
Victoria Street Directory. 

THORNMANBY ISLDS. 

2 small islands southeast of Tex- 
ada Island. 

THURLOW 

A settlement on the northeast 
corner of Thurlow Island. 

Postmaster, James McKelvie 
Forrest. 

Champion and Commonwealth Mining 
Syndicate. 

Dorothy Morton Mine. 

Fairfield Mining Syndicate. 

Ferguson & Pope, Prop. Waverly Ho- 
tel. 

Forrest, James McKelvie, general mer- 
chandise. 

Pritchard, Arthur S., fur dealer. 

Thurlow Hotel, John Ward, Prop. 

Waverly Hotel, Ferguson & Pope, 
Props. 

Ward, John, Prop. Thurlow Hotel. 

Watson, Henry, E., fisherman. 

TOD INLET 

A post office and settlement on 
the west side of the Saanich Pen- 
insular, and in the Saanich Muni- 
cipality, 12 miles north of Victoria 
and 2y2 miles west of Keatings 
station. The residents are nearly 
all employees of the Vancouver 
Portland Cement Co., Ltd., whose 
works are situated here. Long 
distance telephone. Nearly 200 
Orientals located here. 

Postmaster, H. A. Ross. 

Assistant. W. E. Losee. 



CoUeolate School for Bo^e 

Head Master : 
J. W. LAING, M. A., OXFORD 

"th e laurels," = 



1249 ROCKLAND AVENUE. 



Phone 62 



Beetlestone, John, farmer. 

Bolwell, Fred, miller. 

Buchanan, James, oiler. 

Burlinson, Geo., teamster. 

Chubb, F., miller. 

Cotton, Charles, machinist. 

Dupruis, Geo., miller. 

Earle, Thomas, kilnburner. 

Elford, J. P., manager, Malahat Lime 

Co. 
Pernie, Peter C, retired. 
Greig, W., teamster. 
Kennedy, James, machinist. 
Kinnear, J., kilnburner. 
Losee, W. E., superintendent and post- 

•m aster. 

Malahat Lime Co., J. P. Elford, mana- 
ger. 

McKenzie, George W., chief engineer. 

McKenzie, J., oiler. 

Neu, Adolph, chemist. 

Newland, L. C, clerk. 

Parsell, James, engineer. 

Raine, John, engineer. 

Richards, H., oiler. 

Sauer, W., oiler. 

Scafe, D., blacksmith. 

Smith, Geo., blacksmith helper. 

Stratford, H., oiler. 

Shipton, E., oiler. 

Talbot, John, coal grinder. 

Tubman, J. B., foreman carpenter. 

Vancouver Portland Cement Co., Ltd., 
R. P. Butchart, manager. 

Watkins, Geo., boilermaker. 



TOQUART 

(See Seachart.) 



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ROSS BAY NURSERIES, VICTORIA 
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1587 Fairfield Road 



Phone 918 
Phone 285 



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Headquarters for Choice Nursery Stock 
Best Assortment in tlie Country. 



224 Trial Island 



Tzartoos Island 



HAWKINS & HAYWARD 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 



AND CONSTRUCTION 
728 Yates St. Telephone 643 

TRIAL ISLAND 

Off Shoal Bay, has lighthouse, 
H. O'Kell, keeper. 

TUMBO ISLAND 

In the Gulf of Georgia, north of 
the southeast corner of Saturna 
Island. 

TURGOOSE 

A post office in the Saanich 
municipality, 10 miles north of Vic- 
toria. There is a station on the 
V. & S. Railway here called Saan- 
ichton. 

Postmaster, P. Turgoose. 

East Saanich School, Alex. Coop- 
er, teacher. 

Anglican Church, Rev. J. W. 
Flinton. 

Agricultural Society (North and 
South Saanich) F. Turgoose, sec- 
retary. 

Anderson, C. E., farmer. 

Anglican church. Rev. J. W. Flinton, 
pastor. 

Bailey, Frank, farmer. 

Barge, John L. 

Bissett, Capt. Wm. A. 

Brooks, John L. 

Buttery, Geo., dairyman. 

Cester, Leo., employee Prairie Hotel. 

Collins, Atkins, Col., retired. 

Connor, H. C, farmer. 

Cooper, Alex., school teacher. 

Crawford, John W., general store. 

Davis, Geo., dairyman. 

Derrinberg, Wm., farmer. ' • 

Ferguson, Arthur, farmer. 

Ferguson, James. 

Ferguson, John, farmer. 

Ferguson, Malcolm, farmer. 

Ferguson, Peter, farmer. 

Flinton, Rev. J. W., pastor Anglican 
church. 

Gillan, Chas. H., farmer. 

Haldon, Henry F., farmer. 

Haldon, John, farmer. 

Harrison, Geo., farmer. 



Harrison, Sol. E., farmer. 

Harrison, Wm., farmer. 

Hovey, Arthur, farmer. 

John, Edwin, farmer. 

John Edwin R., farmer. 

Johns, Richard. 

Lawrence, A. Basil, farmer. 

Leenknecht, Ero. 

Ludgate, Mrs. E. 

McLaren, R., laborer. 

McKenzie, Helen. 

Marcotte, Xavier, farmer. 

Marcotte, Edward H., 

Marcotte, Frank X. 

Martin, W. L., farmer. 

Newman, Nestor, section foreman. 

Nimmo, Richard E. 

Orange Lodge, Edwin Johnson, sec- 
retary. 

Otto, John, farmer. 

Patterson, Alex., farmer. 

Patterson, Andrew, farmer. 

Patterson, Ross, blacksmith. 

Patterson, Samuel, farmer. 

Pope, Catherine S. 

PRAIRIE HOTEL, J. SOUTHWELL, 
PROPRIETOR. EVERY ACCOM- 
MODATION FOR TRAVELERS. 
FIRST-CLASS MEALS. HEAD- 
QUARTERS FOR SPORTSMEN. 
FISHING AND HUNTING. 
PHONE. 

Pridham, E., farmer. 

Reynard, A., farmer. 

Shelton, John, farmer. 

Shepherd, A., farmer. 

Simpson, A., farmer. 

Southwell, John, proprietor Prairie 
Hotel. 

Steatfield, K. R., fruit grower. 

Thompson, Walter. 

Thompson, William. 

Thomson, A., farmer. 

Turgoose, F., postmaster. 

Veitch, Wm., farmer. 

Walker, Joseph, farmer. 

Watson, Mrs. A., farmer. 

TURNOUR ISLAND 

Between south of Gilford Is- 
land and Vancouver Island. 

TWIN ISLANDS 

Two small islands in the Baker 
Passage, southeast of Cortes 
Island. 

TZARTOOS OR COPPER 
ISLAND 

Is situated in Barkley Sound. 



B. C. Hardware Company, Ltd. 

631 YATES STREET, Cor. BROAD, VICTORIA. Telephone 82 



B^^r»||* Q g^ SOLE AGENTS FOR 

. Williams & Co. SEMI-READY TAILORING 

CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS. 614 YatesSt.,Victoria,B.C. 

Tzouhalem Union Bay 225 



TZOUHALEM 

A post office situated in the 
Quamichian district of the North 
Cowichan Municipality, about 3 
miles east of Duncan. 

Postmaster, Walter Morley. 

School (Quamichan), Miss E. 
Saunders, teacher. 

Allard, M., laborer. 

Jeffreys, R. R., farmer. 

Johnson, Edwin, barrister. 

Leakey, Rev. John, pastor St. Peter's 
church. 

Marriner, Arthur, farmer. 

Morists Fathers, St. Ann's church. 

Morley, Walter, Postmaster and gene- 
ral store. 

Morrison, R., farmer. 

St. Alloysius Protectorate (boys' 
school), Sisters of St Ann. 

St. Peter's church, Rev. John Leakey, 
pastor. 

Saunders, Miss E., teacher. 

Walker, Cecil, farmer and meteoro- 
logical agent. 

UCHUCKLESIT HARB'R 

Situate on the north side of the 
entrance to the Alberni Canal. 
Has cannery. 

Alberni Packing Co., C. Ternln, 
manager. 

McDonald, D., foreman Alberni Pack- 
ing Co., 

Ternin, C, manager Alberni Packing 
Co. 

UCLUELET 

A settlement situated at the 
northwest of the entrance to 
Barkley Sound, west coast of Van- 
couver Island, 120 miles north- 
west of Victoria. From Ucluelet 
to Alberni via the Canal is 48 
miles. The dominion govern- 
ment installed a life saving 
station here in 1907, and there is 
a telegraph station. 

Postmaster, August Janson. 

Brown, Robert, farmer. 

Fraser, George, farmer. 

Fraser, James, farmer. 

Grant, George W., farmer and J.P. 

Hansen, Anton. 

Hansen, Johann, carpenter. 

Hillier, Herbert J., telegraph operator 

and lineman. 
Hillier, John E., telegraph lineman at 

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Holly, Richard H., farmer. 

Jansen, August, merchant and post- 
master. 

Kvarno, John H., provincial constable. 

Lyche, August H., J.P., farmer, 'in 
charge of lifeboat. 

Maclean, Charles, R. N., physician. 

Ucluelet Mercantile Co., sawmill (head 
office, Victoria), Wm. J. Sutton, 
manager. 

Wingen, Sievert. 

Wingen, Thomas, sawmill foreman. 

Wingen, Torolf. 

UNION BAY 

(See also Cumberland.) 

A village on Baynes Sound, Co- 
mox district, 60 miles north of 
Nanaimo, and 12 from Cumber- 
laaid, is an important coaling 
station, has telegraph; Welling- 
ton Coal Co. have a large wharf, 
1,600 feet long, 40 feet wide and 
60 feet above high water mark; 
there is accommodation for four 
ships along each side; a track 13 
miles long connects with the 
mines. 

Postmaster, J. A. Fraser. 

Union Bay School, Miss M. Buick, 
teacher. 

Fanny Bay School. 

Presbyterian church. Rev. C. E. Kidd, 
minister. 

Customs collector for Comox district, 
George Roe. 

Abrams, Robert, engineer. 

Abrams, Seymour, apprentice. 

Anderson, Adolf, laborer. 

Armitage, Fred., mechanic. 

Arthur, Jackson, laborer. 

Balo, N., laborer. 



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Beattie, A. S., carpenter. 

Blaney, Arthur, clerk, Fraser & Bishop. 

Bland, Henry, laborer. 

Blatchford, J., carpenter. 

Booth, George H., freight agent W. C. 
Co. 

Brown, Fred., wharfinger. 

Buick, Miss M., school teacher Union 
Bay School. 

Campbell, Geo. C, foreman carpenter. 

Carmichael, J. H., mechanic. 
Carter, Wm., boiler maker. 
Cavilliaro, J., blacksmith helper. 
Clark, Ed., assistant storekeeper, W. C. 

Co. 
Cooke, Nelson, carpenter. 
Cowie, Alex., farmer. 
Cowie, David, farmer. 
Curran, Frederick, laborer. 
Davis, George, car inspector. 
Doane, George, Manager Fraser River 

Co., logging camp. 
Dominion Govt. Telegraphs, James Mc- 
Neil, Agent. 
Donaldson, R., mech. 
Donaldson, J., mech. 
Drew, Edward, bricklayer. 
Ellis, Wm., blacksmith. 
Fox, C. M., mech. 

Fraser & Bishop (John A. Eraser & 
Charles R. Bishop), general store, 
post office and hotel. 
Eraser, John, A., general store and 

postmaster. 
Fraser River Mills Co., logging camp, 

George Doane, manager. 
Garvan, Alex., laborer. 
Graham, B. A., engineer. 
Glover, A. A., foundryman. 
Glover, A. H., emp. W. C. Co. 
Glover, Edwin, apprentice. 
Glover, Harry, ironmoulder. 
Glover, Herbert, storekeeper, W. C. Co. 
Haggart, David N., emp. W. C. Co. 
Haggart, James N., emp. W. C. Co. 
Haggart, Wm., mech. 
Hardie, George, laborer. 
Harwood, George, clerk, Fraser & 

Bishop. 
Hill, J., mech. 
Hill, Wm., carpenter. 
Hogberg, Andrew, farmer. 



Hooper, Charles, laborer. 

Home, A. R., blacksmith. 

Hudson, Thomas, line repairer. 

Humphrey, John, prop., Wilson Hotel. 

Humphrey, John, Jr., engineer. 

Keenan, — . 

Kelly, Wm., captain. 

Kidd, Rev. C. E., Presbyterian Minis- 
ter. 

Krick, Hubert F., logger. 

Krick, Charles, logger. 

Latham, D. P., emp. W. C. Co. 

Law, R. K., moulder. 

LeClair, Joe, laborer. 

Luck, Henry, moulder. 

McKay, A., farmer. 

McLaughlin, Abraham, Manager Tay- 
lor Mill, logging camp. 

McLeod, Alex., laborer. 

McMurtrie, E., mech. 

McNeill, James, telegraph agent. 

Marshall, Wm., engineer. 

Mattheson, A., carpenter. 

Nelson Hotel, Fraser & Bishop, props. 

Pattison, N., emp. W. C. Co. 

Ramsay, D. T., emp. W. C. Co. 

Ray, T. L., engineer. 

Renwick, David P., assistant wharf- 
inger. 

Riley, Wm., coke ovens. 

Roe, George, deputy customs collector. 

Russell, Geo., carpenter. 

Stratford, A. C, carpenter. 

Street, J. F., mechanic. 

Taylor Mill Logging Camp, Abraham 
McLaughlin, manager. 

Thurm, Richard, employee W. C. Co. 

Union Baq Co-operative Society, C. 
M. Waggett, manager. 

Waggett, C. M., manager Union Bay 
Co-operative Society. 

Walker, A. G., farmer. 

Wellington Collieries Co., Fred. Brown, 
wharfinger; G. H. Booth, freight 
agent; H. Glover, storekeeper. 

WILSON HOTEL, John Humphrey, 
Proprietor. 

Young, R. J., employee W. C. Co. 

UNION ISLAND 

Situated at mouth of Kyuquot 

Sound: This island shelters the 

Sound from the North Pacific 
Ocean. 

VALDEZ ISLAND 

A large island in the Comox 
district north of the Straits of 
Georgia and 150 miles north of 
Victoria. The southern point of 
the island (Cape Mudge) is oppo- 



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reached by steamer from Van- 
couver to Heriot Bay twice a 
week and to Quathiaski Cove 
weekly. Its industries are farm- 
ing, fruit growing, salmon can- 
ning and logging. 

For residents see the post of- 
fices — Heriot Bay and Quathiaski 
Cove. 

VAN ANDA 

A mining town situated on the 
north east side of Texada Island, 
70 miles north of Vancouver, and 
reached by tri-weekly steamers. 
The Cornell, Copper Queen and 
Marble Bay mines are located 
her«, also a smelter. Considerable 
logging is carried on. Has a saw- 
mill of 20,000 feet daily capacity. 

Postmaster, A. C. Deighton. 

Abercrombie, R. L., miner. 

Abrams, John R., engineer. 

Anderson, Wm., clerk. 

Bay, Archie, logger. 

Bishka, P. C, logger. 

Bister, George, carpenter. 

Burns, Wm. E., barrister. 

Caddy, John, miner. 

Carlu, Edgar, millman. 

Carter, Albert, engineer. 

Carter, Harold, millman. 

Carter, Henry, millman. 

Carter, John, milhnan. 

Chou Dan, Chinese merchant. 

Clark, W. M., engineman. 

Clarke, A., topman. 

Coak, Thos., miner. 

Coffey, Michael, miner. 

Columbia Hospital, Dr. John N. Mac- 

Dermot in charge. 
Cornfield, Wesley, teamster. 
Craddock, F., miner. 
Crase, Sid, miner. 
DeGrak, Henry, miner. 
Deighton, A. G., general merchandise 

and postmaster. 
Deighton, Captain Geo. H. 
Ekman, Carl, miner. 
Embleton, W. E., miner. 
Evans, Geo., miner. 
Evans, H., fireman. 
Foster, Thomas W., miner. 
Fraser, John D., miner. 
Gibbs, W. O., miner. 
Gillies, Captain W. J. 
Godsall, Alex., miner. 



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Grant, Alexander, secretary Marble 

Bay mine. 
Green, Herbert, laborer. 
Green, T. H., miner. 
Guy, Wm. miner. 
Hamilton, G., miner. 
Hamilton, J. W. H., superintendent. 
Hamilton, W. H., miner. 
Hansen, Alfred, bartender. 
Harding, C. G., topman. 
Holmes, A. C, miner. 
Hoskings, W. H., mine foreman. 
Hotel Texada, H. S. Proctor, prop. 
Isaacson, L., miner. 
Jones, D., engine man. 
Kee, John, Chinese merchant. 
Kelly, F., miner. 
„ Kennedy, Wm., foreman. 
Kirk, J. S.. miner. 
Kirkness, D., miner. 
Kirkness, Wm., miner. 
Lee, W. H., superintendent Puget 

Sound Iron Co. 
Le Roy, R. R., farmer. 
Lewis, J., miner. 
Little, Ike, miner. 
Little, Stephen, miner. 
Lowry, Ed., mine foreman. 
Lowther, Herbert, miner. 
Lowther, Percy, mill hand. 
Lowther, Wm., farmer. 
Lucas, Alex., provincial constable. 
Lyons, R. H., prop. Van Anda Hotel. 
MacDermot, John N., physician Col- 
umbia Hospital. 
McBaumie, Jas., engineer. 
McCausland, Ed., mine foreman. 
McDonald, D., miner. 
McEIroy, Patrick, farmer. 
Mcintosh, G. B., miner. 
McLeod, Geo. M., druggist. 
McTavish, Wm., foreman. 
Melville, C. E., miner. 
Melville, C. R., carpenter. 
Melville, H. C., miner. 
Miller, C. H., mine owner. 
Moffat, Geo., miner. 
Owen, A. W., miner. 
Owen, Geo., watchman. 
Patterson, Henry, carpenter. 
Pearman, W., miner. 
Phillips, E. H., miner. 



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GRIFFIN W. JONES 

Stocks, Bonds, High 
Grade investments. 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitar) Block 
VICTORIA, B. C. 

Piercy, Henry, blacksmith. 

Pillat, Michael, miner. 

Planta, W. S., miner. 

Price, H. V., carpenter. 

Prior, R., fireman. 

Proctor, H. S., prop. Texada Hotel. 

Raper, A., superintendent. 

Raper, Jas., manager. 

Raper, Jas., Jr., miner. 

Raper, John, miner. 

Reynolds, James, logger. 

Ritchie, John, blacksmith. 

Rowlands, T., miner. 

Rutherford, T. T., miner. 

Scott, Robert, miner. 

Staaf, P. A., miner. 

Stanley, Fred., engineer. 

Stromberg, Wm., engine man. 

Sumner, R., miner. 

Swan, Robt., mine owner. 

Taylor, J. T., superintendent. 

Theloar, Wm., superintendent mine. 

Tonkin, C, foreman. 

Touzer, G. L., manager smelter. 

Uzzell, Wm. J., miner. 

"Van Anda Hotel, R. H. Lyons, prop. 

Van Anda Saw Mill. 

Walford, Henry, miner. 

Wallocolt, A. P., teacher. 

Wheeler, Geo. D., superintendent. 

Willson, E., topman. 

Willson, J. T., helper. 

Wilson, Jas., engineer. 

Winchester, F., miner. 

Witheridge, Charles, miner. 

Young, Frank, teamster. 

Toung, Wm., clerk. 

VANSITTARD ISLAND 

Between North Galiano and 
Hope Islands. 

VARGAS ISLAND 

Situated in Clayoquot Sound. 

VESUVIUS BAY 

(See also Salt Spring Island Post- 
offlce.) 
A settlement and steamer land- 
ing on the north of the west side 



of Salt Spring Island. Post of- 
fice Salt Spring Island, distance 
2% miles. Ganges Harbor distance 
5 miles. Ohemainus distance 9 
miles. Has Roman Catholic 
church. 

Akerman, Joseph J., farmer. 
Bitancourt, Charles, farmer. 
Bitancourt, Estelon J., general store. 
Brodwell, George, farmer. 
Harrison, John A., farmer. 
Layard, Arthur R., rancher. 
Layard, B. V., retired colonel, J.P. 
Layard, Henry C, rancher. 

VICTORIA CITY 

(See page 233.) 

VILLAGE ISLAND 

Between the southwest of Gil- 
ford Island and Vancouver Island. 

WALKER GROUP 

A number of small islands be- 
tween N. Galiano Island and Main- 
land, they include Redfern, Pledley, 
Kent, Staples, Deserters, McLeod 
and other small islands. 

WALKER ROCK 

In the Trincomali channel, light- 
house, John Georgeson, keeper. 

WELLINGTON 

(See also East Wellington, Indepen- 
dent and Northfield.) 
The terminus of the E. & N. Ry., 
the railroad is however being ex- 
tended to new Alberni, farming 
and coal mining are the principal 
industries; Wellington is 78 miles 
northwest of Victoria by rail. Mails 
daily. 

Methodist Church, Rev. C. W. 
Webber, pastor. 

Anglican Church, Rev. J. Si- 
imonds, rector. 

Presbyterian Church, Rev. P. 
Fleming, pastor. 

School Board, M. S. Wheatley, 
secretary. 

School, W. J. Tomlinson, princi- 
pal. 
Postmaster, J. G. McKee. 
Adamson, Robert, helper. 
Allan, William, engineer. 
Andra, Eloy, farmer. 



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Wellington 229 



Andra, Frank, farmer. 

Anglican Church, Rev. J. Simonds, 
rector. 

Auld, Walter, farmer. 

Baker, Albert, teamster. 

Baker, Ernest, clerk Simon Leiser & 
Co. 

Baker, William, livery. 

Bell, Wm., farmer. 

Big-gs, Harry, Jr., farmer. 

Biggs, H., farmer. 

Biggs, J. C, miner. 

Biggs, Thomas, farmer. 

Biggs, Wm., farmer. 

Blood, Thomas, farmer. 

Brown, J., miner. 

Budge, Thomas, farmer. 

Carr, J. E., farmer. , 

Clark, James, miner. 

Copely, George, farmer. 

Cottle, John, farmer. 

Davis, Cas., miner. 

Davis, Griffith, laborer. 

Donner, Charles, farmer. 

Doumont, Francis, farmer. 

Doumont, Joseph, of Doumont & Me- 
tral. 

Doumont & Metral (Jos. Doumont and 
Leopold Metral), props. Welling- 
ton Hotel. 

Dunbar, Geo., farmer. 

Fleming, P., Rev., pastor Presbyterian 
Church. 

Fox, Wm., engineer. 

Purman, Chester, emp. E. & N. R. 

Gilfillan, A. 

Gilflllan, James B., farmer. 

Gilmour, A., miner. 

Graham, R., Mrs., widow. 

Grose, Joseph, farmer. 

Gwllliam, Edward, bookkeeper E. & N. 

Ry. 

Hannay, Geo., constable. 

Hannay, John, miner. 

Hannay, Thomas, constablfe. 

Hannay, W. J., miner. 

Hinksman, Robert, farmer. 

Hinksman, Wm., farmer. 

Hughes, E., laborer. 

John, Fritz, miner. 

John, John, manager Nanoose Coal Co. 

John, Joseph, miner. 

John, Wm., miner. 

Jones, David, miner. 

Jones, Morgan, miner. 

Jones, 'Samuel, farmer. 

Leask, John, teamster. 

Leiser, Simon & Co., Ltd., general 

store. 
Loudon, James, farmer. 
Lowe, W. H., machinist. 
Malpass, R., farmer. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

Wholesale Wrapping Paper, 

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Martin, Prank, emp. H. P. Co. 

Martin, Joseph, agent E. & N. Ry. 

McDavit, John, emp. H. P. Co. 

McDonald, Mrs. A., widow. 

McDonald, Wm., miner. 

McDonnell, Mary, dressmaker. 

McGarrigle, Charles, farmer. 

McGarrigle, Geo., farmer. 

McGarrigle, Wm., farmer. 

McKee, James G., clerk S. Leiser & 
Co., and postmaster. 

Medrich, J., boilermaker. 

Metral, Leopold (Doumont & Metral). 

Munro, Charles T., farmer. 

Munro, Thomas, farmer. 

Nanoose Coal Co., J. John, manager. 

Nieminen, John, painter. 

Niemenen, J., carpenter. 

Noye, Wm., farmer. 

O'Connell, H., blacksmith. 

Pearson, Frederick, farmer. 

Pearson, Mary, widow. 

Pearson, William, farmer. 

Pearson, Wm., Mrs., widow. 

Perrenoud, E., farmer. 

Perreuoud, E., farmer. 

Presbyterian Church, Rev. P. Fleming, 
pastor. 

Pringle, Robert, carpenter. 

Pringle, William, carpenter. 

Renfrew, machinist. 

Richards, Geo. M., laborer. 

Richardson, Wm., farmer. 

Rimsby, James, farmer. 

Robinson, James, farmer. 

Robson, John, farmer. 

Rogers, John, miner. 

Ross, Alice. 

Rumsby, James, farmer. 

Russell, A., farmer. 

St. Matthews' Episcopal Church, Rev. 
J. Simonds, rector. 

Salmon, farmer. 

Salvini, Antona, locomotive superin- 
tendent. 

Sanders, J. W., miner. 

Scales, Alfred, laborer. 

Somerset Hotel, Mrs. John Treloar, 
proprietress. 

Southwell, Richard. 

Thick, Charles P., farmer. 

Thompson, J. H., farmer. 



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Tomlinson, W. J., principal school. 

Totterdale, Samuel W., farmer. 

Treloar, John, Mrs., proprietress Som- 
erset Hotel. 

Turner, James, farmer. 

Turner, Samuel, farmer. 

Vandeneuk, J., farmer. 

Vipond, Thomas, farmer. 

Vipond, Shef.. farmer. 

Webb, Annie, teacher. 

Webber, Rev. C. W., pastor Methodist 
Church. 

Welch, A. G., farmer. 

Wellington Hotel, Doumont & Metral, 
props. 

Wheatley, Martin S., foreman. 

White, Joseph, Mrs., widow. 

Willmarst, E., laborer. 

Work, Frank, driver Simon Leiser & 
Co. 

Work, John, carpenter. 

Work, J., Mrs., widow. 

Work, Wm., machinist. 

Zaccarelli, Anton, helper. 

Zaccarelli, Thomas, blacksmith. 

WESTHOLME 

(See also Chemainus and Somenos.) 

A station and post office on the 
E. & N. Rly., 9 miles north of 
Duncan, in the municipality of 
North Cowichan. The Westholme 
Lumber Co., Ltd., has its mill at 
Mount Sicker Siding. Has school, 
Anglican church and genearl 
store. Mails daily. 

Postmistress, Mrs. G. A.' New- 
house. 

Anglican church. Rev. Barton, rector. 
Barkley, Edward, Capt., farmer. 
Barkley, Robt. E., farmer. 
Barnes, Geo. E., major R. N. A., farm- 
er. 
Beavins, James S., farmer. 
Beddo, — , farmer. 
Berrow, Harold, farmer. 
Berrow, Jessie, Mrs. 



Berrow, Leland, farmer. 

Berrow, Sydney, farmer. 

Blackwood, James, Mrs. 

Bonsall, Harry, farmer. 

Bonsall, Samuel. 

Bonsall, Thos., farmer. 

Boudot, Peter, farmer. 

Brickman, — , laborer. 

Campbell, Neil, farmer. 

Cathcart, James, farmer. 

Carto, Samuel, gardener. 

Carto, Wm., laborer. 

Charesford, farmer. 

Elliott, Geoffrey, farmer. 

Fry, Harry, farmer. 

Oaisforth, Capt., farmer. 

Gibbs, Reginald, farmer, 

Gibbs Samuel farmer. 

Graham Geo., farmer. 

Holman, Albert, farmer. 

Holman, Hardy, farmer. 

Holman, Wm., farmer. 

Howe, M., farmer. 

Hughes, Jennie. 

Johnson, Patrick B., farmer. 

Jones, Francis H., gardener. 

Jones, Harry M., Mrs. 

Leanord, Annie. 

Lloyd, Athel, farmer. 

Lloyd, Frank, Jr., farmer. 

Lloyd, Frank, Sr., farmer. 

Lloyd, Leo., farmer. 

Mainguay, Elizabeth, Mrs. 

Mainguay, Harold, farmer. 

Mainguay, Richard, farmer. 

May, John, farmer. 

McBride, Samuel, section foreman. 

Middleton, Frank M., farmer. 

Newhouse, Alexander, farmer. 

Newhouse, G. A., Mrs., postmistress 
and general store. 

Pearson, P. J., farmer. 

Pinson, Edwin, farmer. 

Pinson, Wim., farmer. 

Ransom, Richard, farmer. 

Ransom, Sherman, farmer. 

Richards, Alfred J"., farmer. 

Richards, Josiah F., farmer. 

Richards, Louis, farmer. 

Richards, Wim. H., farmer. 

Robertson, Wm., farmer. 

Ross, Miss, teacher. 

Schofield, Oscar, farmer. 

Smith, K., farmer. 

Smith, Robert, farmer. 

Solly, Leonard F., farmer. 

Teaser, Peter, farmer. 

Thomas, William, farmer. 

Wake, George, farmer. 

Walton, Winnifred, Mrs., farmer. 

Westholme Lumber Co., Ltd., S. Cam- 
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Wicks, Guy, farmer. 



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Wicks, Robert A., farmer. 
Wildes, Warren, farmer. 
Wilkinson, J. D., farmer. 

WHALETOWN 

(See also Cortez Island.) 

A settlement and post office on 
the West Coast of Cortez Island, 
Comox District, about 30 miles 
north of Comox. 

Postmaster, N. Thompson. 

Allen, Charles I., farmer. 
Allen, James P., farmer. 
Allen, Wilfred C., farmer. 
Corby, Henry, farmer. 
Ferry, Ira, farmer. 
Strange, Charles H., farmer. 
Thompson, Nikolas, farmer and post- 
master. 
Vincent, Henry P., farmer. 

WILLIAM HEAD 

In the Metchosin district, 17 
miles southwest of Victoria. The 
Dominion Quarantine Station for 
British Columbia is situated here, 
also a lighthouse, has telephone 
•connection. The SS. "Madge," and 
launch "Gorge," are stationed here. 
Dr. A. T. Watt, superintendent. 

Cornwall, I. E., electrician. 

Dreyfus, Arthur, office and labatory 
assistant. 

Emerson, F., deckhand. 

Esler, S., deckhand. 

Izmmi, G., Japanese interpreter. 

Mackinnon, fireman. 

Parker, H., fireman. 

Rhode, A., assistant. 

Riley, G., captain SS. "Madge." 

Salton, Thomas, laborer. 

Tumilty, J., engineer. 

Wallace, John, steward. 

Watt, A. T., Dr. Supt. B. C. Quaran- 
tines, phone 475. 

WINTER HARBOR 

A sheltered lagoon on the north 
side of Quatsino Sound, 5 miles 




from the mouth and 300 miles 
northwest of Victoria. Mails twice 
a month. The mail for San Josef 
River is put off here and taken 
there by launch. 

Leeson, Benjamin W., acting Preven- 
tive Customs Officer and meteor- 
ological agent. 

Leeson, Joseph, Dom. Insp of Fisheries. 

Winter Harbour Canning Co., clam 
cannery. 

WINCHELSEA ISLAND 

In the Strait of Georgia, off 
Nanoose Harbor. 

WORK ISLAND 

At the entrance to Victoria Is- 
land. 



YELLOW ROCK 

A rock at the southwest of Den- 
man Island, Lighthouse, John 
Doney, keeper. 



YREKA 

A settlement on the southeast 
Arm of Quatsino Sound, west 
coast of Vancouver Island, about 
300 miles north of Victoria. The 
mining camps in the district are 
now closed down and the post of- 
fice is also closed. 

Sherberg, O. 'S., general store and min- 
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VICTORIA, the capital of British Columbia, is situated on the southern part 
of Vancouver Island, 84 miles south of Vancouver City and 80 miles north of 
Seattle, U. S. A. Port Townsend, U. S. A., is 35 miles south, and Prince Rupert 
lies about 550 miles to the north. It was incorporated as a city on 4th August, 
1862. 

The harbor around which the city is built is one of the most sheltered on 
the Pacific Coast, its accessibility being such that Victoria is bound to develop 
into one of the great shipping ports of the Pacific Ocean. 

The place has many claims by which its future advancement is assured as a 
tourist and residential resort, and as a commercial centre. 

The conditions which combine to make this city such an attraction for the 
tourist are now becoming well known throughout the continent. The climate,, 
the beauty of scenery, the splendid roads for driving and automobiling, the fa- 
cilities for boating and sea-trips, and the first-class accommodation for visitors 
— all these, and others, unite to give Victoria pre-eminence as a tourist and 
residential city. 

On the other hand its commercial and industrial development keeps pace 
with its rapid expansion in other directions. The Board of Trade Report for the 
year to 30th June 1908, shows that, in spite of the business depression throughout 
the continent for several months, Victoria made steady progress as evidenced by 
the following figures: 

Customs Returns 1906-7 $4,252,762 

Customs Returns 1907-8 $4,971,045 

Exports — 

Domestic $ 995,192 

Foreign $ 119,537 

Shipping: 861 loaded vessels arrived (tonnage 874,835), and there departed 
543 (tonnage 476,934). The number of vessels in ballast to enter the port was 
320 (tonnage 502,973), and 618 vessels in ballast left outward bound with a ton- 
nage of 841,245. 

The Gross Postal Revenue was $62,500.14, as against $61,466.75 the previous 
year. The Inland Revenue Collections were $229,656.44, as against $201,585.94. 

The figures of the Bank Clearances and the City Building Statistics given on 
pages 238 and 239 show further the great advances made during the last year. 

The City Council has recently expended large sums on improving the roads, 
sidewalks, and water and drainage systems, greatly enhancing the amenities 
and conveniences of the city. 



234 VICTORIA 

The Lumber Mills occupy a prominent place in Victoria's industries, there 
being six large mills in the city. Shipbuilding is another line in which several 
firms carry on an extensive business. Here, too, is the home port of the Whal- 
ing and Sealing fleets; and the trade connected with the Salmon Canneries of 
British Columbia is largely centred in the city, as the largest traps for catching 
this splendid fish are near at hand. 

The Sisters of Saint Ann have lately added a $150,000 addition to their al- 
ready commodious building for the care of the sick and afflicted. 

The mansion of the present Lieutenant-Governor costing several hundred 
thousand dollars, which is at present being erected at Belmont, and which in- 
corporates in its design many of the architectural features of the great country 
seats of the Old Land, is still another evidence of the great solidity of Victoria's 
future growth. 

The school system is thoroughly up-to-date; there are twelve public schools 
situated throughout the city, and in addition there are several in the various 
suburbs. Victoria has also a large number of schools conducted by private en- 
terprise which provide educational courses preparatory to entrance to the Uni- 
versities. 

The Provincial Royal Hospital is situated on the eastern outskirts of the city 
and is fitted with all the requirements of a modern hospital. 

Beacon Hill, a magnificent park about 250 acres in extent lies to the south 
of the city and commands a grand view of the Juan de Fuca Straits, the Olym- 
pian Mountains, Mount Baker and the other mountains on the mainland. It 
contains zoological gardens, recreation grounds, and numerous other attractions. 

The Gorge, and the surrounding park, is another picturesque resort and re- 
creation ground of which any city might be proud. 

The great interest that the Canadian Pacific Railway has lately taken in 
Victoria and Vancouver Island generally is one of the many advantages Victoria 
has to aid her in building up a commercial port. 



VICTORIA CIVIC OFFICERS 

Mayor (1908) Lewis Hall 

(See Addenda for Mayor and Council elected January, 1909.) 

City Clerk Wellington J. Dowler 

Assistant City Clerk Ernest W. Bradley 

City Treasurer Chas. Kent 

Assistant City Treasurer Edwin C. Smith 

City Comptroller James L. Raymur 

City Auditor J. L. Grimison 

City Barrister W. J. Taylor 

City Solicitors Mason & Mann 

Police Magistrate George Jay 

Chief of Police John M. Langley 

Clerk to Police Court, Board of Police Commissioners ) 

and Board of License Commissioners \ ^ ' 

City Engineer, City Surveyor and Waterworks Engineer C. H. Topp, C.E. 

Assistant City Engineer, Draughtsman, etc John Adam 

Clerk and Accountant In City Engineer's OflSce H. iP. Orton 

Plumbing Inspector Herbert F. Shade 

Street Superintendent Leonard Pusey 

W^ater Commissioner James L. Raymur 

Water Rate Collector Auguste F. Borde 

Revenue and Road Tax Collector, etc L. Gower 

City Assessor, Building Inspector, Superintendent ) -w rro- "Nr th tt 

of Public Works and Purchasing Agent ) 
Assistant City Assessor, etc William Scowcrof t 



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235 



Chief of Fire Department Thos. Watson 

Assistant Chief of Fire Department H. P. McDowell 

Superintendent Electric Light Works Matthew Hutchinson 

Electric Wiring Inspector J. A. Daly- 
City Librarian J. G. Hands, B.A., M.D. 

Medical Health Officer Hermann M. Robertson, M.D. 

Sanitary and Milk Inspector Thos. E. Lancaster 

City Superintendent of Schools Edward B. Paul, M.A. 

Manager of the Home for Aged and Infirm. John Mcintosh 

Market Superintendent Wm. Dally 

Park Superintendent D. D. England 

Cemetery K«eper Einar Brandson 

BOARD OF TRADE 
Officers 

Simon Leiser President 

L. A. Genge Vice-President 

F. Elworthy Secretary 



Jno. Arbuthnot 
J. L. Beckwith 
H. F. Bullen 
George Carter 
F. Elworthy 
L. A. Genge 



Council 

Richard Hall 
D. R. Ker 
Simon Leiser 
C. H. Lugrin 
J. A. Mara 
L. G. McQuade 



T. W. Paterson 
F. A. Pauline 
S. J. Pitts 
J. J. Shallcross 
C. F. Todd 



Jno. Arbuthnot 
C. S. Baxter 
E. V. Bodwell 
R. S. Day 



Board of Arbitration 

J. A. Mara 
T. W. Paterson 
E. G. Prior 
C. W. Rhodes 



H. B. Thomson 
E. Temple 
C. F. Todd 



PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS 



(See at be"ginning of Book.) 



DOMINION GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS 

Dominion Building, 816 Government Street. 

Post Office — Noah Shakespeare, Postmaster; T. A. Cairns, Assistant Postmaster. 

Post Office Inspector's Office — E. H. Fletcher, Inspector. 

Dead Letter Office (Branch) — Marmaduke Reynard, Clerk. 

Government Savings Bank — D. B. McConnan, Assistant Receiver- General. 

Inland Revenue Office — Richard Jones, Collector; Daniel O'SulIivan, Deputy 

Collector. 
Public Works,— William Henderson, Resident Architect; J. G. Brown, Assistant 

Architect. 
Customs — Wm. Marchant, Inspector; J. C. Newbury, Collector; F. W. Davey, 

Surveyor; W. Atkins, Chief Clerk; H. E. Beckwith, Chief Landing Waiter; 

W. P. Winsby, Appraiser; E. Fawcett, Assistant Appraiser. 
Weights and Measures — Wm. H. Harris, Assistant Inspector. 
Meteorological Office — E. Baynes Reed, Superintendent; F. Napier Denison, 

Meteorologist. 
Government Telegraphs — ^William Dee, Agent. 



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OLD CUSTOMS HOUSE, WHARF STREET 
Indian Department — 

Indian Resident Commissioner and Superintendent, Arthur W. Vowell; 
Chief Clerk, Wm. B. MacLaughlin. 

Agents — Alberni, Alan W. Neil; Alert Bay, Wm. M. Halliday; Duncan, 
Wm. R. Robertson. 

Surveyor, Ashdown H. Gre«n, Duncan. 

Schools — Ahousat, Rev. J. L. Millar, Principal; Alberni, J. R. Motion, 
Principal; Alert Bay, A. W. Corker, Principal; Clayoquot, Rev. P. Maurus, 
Principal; Kuper Island, Rev. P. Claessen, Principal. 
Marine and Fisheries Department — 

Agent, Capt. James Gaudin; Chief Clerk, A. J. Dallain, J.P. ; Inspector of 
Lights, Gordon Halkett; Foreman of Works, L. Cullison; Electrical 
Engineer Wireless Stations for British Columbia, Ed. Hughes. 
Steamboat Inspectors — J. A. Thomson and Wm. J. Cullum. 
Inspector of Hulls — John C. Kinghorn. 
Shipping Master — Capt. Geo. Kirkendale. 
Harbor Master — Capt. Chas. E. Clarke. 

IMMIGRATION OFFICE 

1010 Douglas and 642 Broughton. 
Dr. G. L. Milne, Medical Inspector; Robert Roff, Inspector; Samuel N. 
Reid, Inspector. 

SCHOOLS 

Office, City Hall. 

City Superintendent Edward B. Paul, M.A. 

Secretary • Isabella Moore 

Trustees — Geo. Jay, Chairman; W. E. Staneland, P. J. Riddell, G. D. Christie, A. 

B. McNeill, Mrs. Jenkins. 
Manual Training Instructors — ^W. H. Binnie, F. Waddington and L. A. Campbell. 
Physical Culture Instructors — Ian St. Clair and Andrew Mulcahey. 
Music Instructor — H. J. Pollard. 
Drawing Instructor — Miss L. H. Mills. 
Sewing Instructor — Miss Alice Boorman. 
Domestic Science Instructor — Miss W. MacKeand. 

HIGH, Ormond Street. 

Principal, S. J. Willis. 
Teachers, Messrs. A. J. Pineo, E. H. Russell, F. Andrews, A. G. Smith, H. D. 
Grimston, H. S. Pringle, E. W. Clarke, P. H. Elliott, and Misses J. Cann, 
E. Henry, G. Burris and E. H. Taylor. 

BOYS' CENTRAL, Ormond Street. 

Principal, W. N. Winsby. 
Teachers, Messrs. C. S. Lyons, E. Campbell, J. B. Ctearihue, D. J. Thomas, W. 
B. Miller, and Misses A. F. Gardiner, I. Tuck, I. M. F. Barron, L. M. 
Sylvester, M. Gibson, L. Blackwell and Mrs. S. C. Johnson. 

GIRLS' CENTRAL, Ormond Street. 

Principal, Miss M. Williams. 
Teachers, Misses L. A. F. Barron, S. A. Robinson, A. Keast, M. J. Blake, V. 
Hardie, E. S. Lovell, K. I. Pottinger, A. M. Paterson, F. A. Brown and 
A. L. Johnston. 



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NORTH WARD, 2617 Douglas Street. 
Principal, J. M. Campbell. 
Teachers, Messrs. D. P. Clark, J. W. H. King, Mrs. L. B. MacKenzie, and Misses 
C. A. Dowler, S. J. Murton, L. A. Tingley, C. Chapman and J. S. Johnson. 

SOUTH PARK, 509 Douglas Street. 
Principal, J. R. Pollock. 

Teachers, R. Van Munster and Misses M. Cameron, M. Gladstone, P. E. Spragge, 
W. Baxter, F. Whyte and Mrs. E. Menkus. 

VICTORIA WEST, Front Street. 

Principal, J. F. SoUoway. 
Teachers, J. Cunningham and Misses M. E. Monteith, L. E. Simpson, A. K. 
Andrew and E. Mcintosh. 

SPRING RIDGE, Chambers, Corner Gladstone. 

Principal, Miss A. Russell. 
Teachers, Misses E. Brown, M. A. Johnson and S. Hiscocks. 

KINGSTON STREET 

Principal, Miss E. G. Lawson. 
Teachers, D. A. Eraser and Misses E. M. Jesse, A. Hendry and F. Ewer. 

HILLSIDE, 935 King's Road. 

Principal Miss S. Blackwell. 
Teachers, Misses C. S. Anderson and M. Lucas. 

TOLMIE SCHOOL, Boleskine Road. 

Principal, Ralph Watson. 
Teachers, Mrs. F. Noakes, Miss K. Johnson. 

ROCK BAY, 2518 Turner Street. 

Teacher, Miss A. Anderson. 

ESQUIMALT, Lampson Street, corner Old Esquimalt Road. 

Principal, R. G. Gordon. , 

Teachers, Misses A. Cathcart, A. Beatrice Cooke and Florence V. Corder. 

FISGUARD STREET (Chinese) 

Teacher, Mrs. M. V. Wheeler. 

CHINESE ENGLISH SCHOOL, 558 Fisguard Street. 
Teacher, Walter H. Campbell. 

CHINESE PUBLIC SCHOOL, 558 Fisguard Street. 

President, Lee Mong Kow. 
Teacher, Lee Yong Quong, B. A. 



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BUILDING STATISTICS (Victoria City 



Year 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908, January. . 
February . 



March 58 



Buildings 

. . 58 

. . 47 

. . 37 

. . 21 

. . 48 

. . 46 

. , 69 

. . 91 

. .^ 91 

. ." 86 

. . 146 

. . 135 

. . 140 

. . 349 

. . 36 $ 54,725 

. . 44 73,315 

110,800 



April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 38 

October 54 



52 128,125 

39 79,795 

46 74,010 

54 106,080 

60 132,770 

53,630 

, 99,755 



November. 
December. 



47 104,710 

— 113,025 



Amount 
f 392,000 
419,600 
390,600 
334,800 
216,000 
255,500 
363,850 
370,300 
326,000 
337,940 
607,154 
554,250 
699,300 
1,490,250 



$1,130,740 



CUSTOMS RETURNS 

The imports for the year 1908 up to the 31st December at the Customs 
House totalled $1,064,104.17, and the total receipts at the Victoria Customs House 
during the same period amounted to $1,374,873.62. Of this sum $309,851 was paid 
in head taxes and fees for certificates by returning Chinese. The amount 
received for fines, seizures, storage and other revenue was $918.54. May was the 
month in which the largest receipts were received, although the imports were 
less than during several other months, but an unusually heavy number of 
Chinese arrived and paid head tax, the receipts from Chinese that month totalling 
$67,509. In June, Chinese paid $56,161, and in July $49,636. The largest amount 
of imports brought in was during August, when the total reached $103,440.15. 

Imports Other Rev. Chinese Total 

January $93,272.76 $21.80 $19,022.00 $112,316.56 

February 78,554.93 20.50 10,025.00 88,600.43 

March 97,317.10 264.40 23,024.00 120,605.50 

April 95,517.61 27.95 24,502.00 120,047.56 

May 93,967.74 38.20 67,509.00 161,514.94 

June 78,680.74 78.20 56,161.00 134,919.94 

July 78,810.83 155.99 49,636.00 128,602.82 

August 103,440.15 39.00 22.906.00 126.385.15 

September 83,630.39 20.25 6,509.00 90,159.64 

October 91,997.20 155.05 11,646.00 103,798.25 

November 82,816.93 12.85 13,035.00 95,864.78 

December 86,097.79 84.25 5,876.00 92,058.05 

Totals $1,064,104.17 $918.54 $309,851.00 $1,374,873.62 



VICTORIA 239 

BANK CLEARANCES 
Year. Amount. 

1904 $33,070,009 

1905 36,890,464 

1906 • • 45,615,615 

1907 55,330,588 

1908, January $4,391,095 

February 4,272,712 

March 4,290,782 

April 4,634,089 

May 4,695,628 

June 4,500,812 

July 4,940,841 

August 4,259,231 

September 4,319,219 

October 5,062,689 

November 5,049,844 

December 4,939,071 

Total $55,356,013 

TRADES UNIONS 

Victoria Trades & Labor Council (Established 1889). 
Meets in Labor Hall, 1406 Douglas Street, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays. President, 
Wm. McKay; Vice-President, W. H. Gibson; Treasurer, A. A. Argyle; 
I Secretary, C. Sivertz. 

The following meet at the Labor Hall: , 

Barbers 2nd and 4th Monday 

Blacksmiths 1st and 3rd Tuesday 

Boilermakers 2nd and 4th Tuesday 

Bricklayers 2nd and 4th Monday 

Carpenters Alternate Wednesdays 

Cigarmakers 1st Friday 

Cooks and Waiters 2nd and 4th Tuesday 

Electrical Workers 3rd Friday 

Garment Workers 1st Monday 

Granite Cutters 2nd and 4th Thursday 

Laborers 1st and 3rd Friday 

Laundry Workers 1st and 3rd Tuesday 

Leather Workers 4th Thursday 

Machinists 1st and 3rd Thursday 

Moulders 2nd Wednesday 

Painters » 1st and 3rd Monday 

Plumbers 1st and 3rd Tuesday 

Printing Pressmen 2nd Monday 

Shipwrights 2nd and 4th Thursday 

Steam Fitters 1st and 3rd Tuesday 

Stereotypers Monthly 

Stonecutters 2nd Thursday 

Tailors ^. 1st Monday 

Typographical Last Sunday 

Waiters 2nd and 4th Tuesday 

Meet at Five Sisters' Block. 

Marine Engineers' Association 1st and last Monday 

Stationary Engineers' Association 1st and 3rd Thursday 

Meet at Hall No. 2, Fort Street. 
Longshoremen i Every Monday 



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Meet at Car Sheds. 
Street Railway Employees 1st Tuesday at 2 p.m., 3rd Tuesday at 8 p.m. 

Meet at Post Office. 
Letter Carriers 4th Thursday P. M. 

Meet at Musicians' Hall, Johnson Street. 

bookbinders Quarterly 

Musicians 1st Sunday Quarterly 

Meet at 1416 Government Street. 
Bartenders 1st and 3rd Sunday 



RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 



ANGLICAN 

Right Rev. W. W. Perrin, Bishop of 
Columbia. 

Christ Church Cathedral, Rev. Canon 

Arthur Beanlands, M.A., rector, 

832 Burdette Ave. 
Church of the Holy Saviour, Rev. C. 

E. Cooper, M.A., rector, 310 

Henry. 

St. Barnabas Church, Rev. E. G. 

Miller, rector, 1102 Caledonia 

Ave. 
St. James Church, Rev. J. H. S. Sweet, 

rector, 305 Quebec. 

St. Johns Church, Rev Percival Jenns, 

rector, 702 Princes Ave. 
St. Marks Church, Rev. Wilmot 

Baugh Allen, rector, Boleskine Rd. 
Anglican Mission Sunday School, 

Foul Bay Rd. school house. 
Chii\e&e Mission, 525 Cormorant. 

BAPTIST 

Emmanuel Baptist Church, Rev. D. 
Spencer, LL.D., pastor, cor. Fern- 
wood Rd. and Gladstone. 

First Baptist Church, Rev. Christo- 
pher Burnett, 1415 Blanchard Ave. 

Baptist Mission, 524 Mary. 

Tabernacle, Rev. F. T. Tapscott, M.A., 
pastor. Fort, cor. Cook. 

CONGREGATIONAL 

First Congregational Church, Hermon 
A. Carson, B.A., 760 Pandora Ave. 

LUTHERAN 

St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 931 Mears. 

METHODIST 

Centennial Methodist Church, Rev, S. J. 

Thompson, pastor, 639 Gorge Rd. 
James Bay Methodist Church, Rev. G. 

R. B. Kinney, B.A., pastor, 255 

Menzies. 
Metropolitan Methodist, Rev. T. E. 

Holling, pastor. Pandora Ave., 

cor. Quadra. 
Victoria West Methodist Church, Rev. 

A. E. Roberts, pastor, 303 Wilson. 
Chinese Mission, 526 Fisguard. 



PRESBYTERIAN 

First Presbyterian Church, Rev. John 
Campbell, D.D., pastor, 806 Pan- 
dora Ave. 

Knox, Church, Rev. Joseph McCoy, 
M.A., pastor, 2025 Stanley Ave. 

St. Andrews Church, Rev. W. Leslie 
Clay, B.A., pastor, 924 Douglas. 

St. Columbia Church, Rev. Joseph 
McCoy, pastor, 1602 Hulton. 

St. Paul's Church, Rev. D. MacRae, 
pastor, 326 Henry. 

Chinese Mission, L. W. Hall, mission- 
er, 1423 Government. ' 



REFORMED EPISCOPAL 

Church of Our Lord, Rev. Edward 
Cridge, D.D., bishop; Rev. Thos. 
W. Gladstone, rector, 626 Blanc- 
hard. 



ROMAN CATHOLIC 

St. Andrew's Cathedral, Very Rev. A. 
J. Brabant, pastor, Blanchard, 
cor. View. 

St. Joseph's Church, Rev. Wm. Fisser, 
pastor, Esquimau Rd., cor Nelson. 

St. Mary's Church, Very Rev. A. J. 
Brabant, pastor, 419 Langford. 



OTHER DENOMINATIONS 

Christadelphians, meet A.O.U.W. Hall 
and Labor Hall, Douglas. 

Christian Science, K. of P. Hall. 

Gospel Hall, 731 Pandora Ave. 

Harmony Hall Mission, 825 View. 

Psychic Research Society, K. of P. 
Hall. 

Salvation Army, Staff Capt. Hayes in 
charge, 1412 Broad. 

Seventh Day Adventists, Felix Con- 
way, minister. 1251 Pandora Ave. 

Spiritualism, R. H, Kneeshaw, 1003 
Caledonia Ave. 



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241 



VICTORIA LODGES OF THE VARIOUS SECRET SOCIETIES 

(For further particulars see names in alphabetical section.) 



A. F. & A. M., B. C. R. 

Ancient Order of Nobles of the 

Mystic Shrine, Gizeh Temple. 
St. Andrew's Lodge No. 49. 
United Service Lodge No. 24. 
Vancouver Quadra, Lodge No. 2. 
Victoria Columbia, Lodge No. 1. 

A. O. F. 

Court Maple Leaf. 

Court Northern Light No. 5935. 

Court Vancouver. 

Court Victoria. 

Juvenile Lodge. 

A. O. U. W. 

Vancouver Lodge No. 5. 
Victoria Lodge No. 1. 
Western Star Lodge No. 7. 

Canadian Order of Forresters. 
Companions of the Forest. 
Daughters of England. 
Daughters of St. George. 
Eagles. 

Victoria Aerie No. 2. 

I. O. G. T. 

Perseverance Lodge. 

L O. P. 

Companion Court, Far West Lodge 

No. 279. 
Court Cariboo No. 743. 



I. O. O. F. 

Columbia Lodge No. 2. 
Dominion Lodge No. 4. 
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. 1. 
Vancouver Encampment. 
Victoria Lodge No. 1. 

Knights of Columbus. 
Knights of the Maccabees. 
Knights of Pythias. 

Far West Lodge No. 1. 

Victoria Lodge No. 17. 

Ladies of the Maccabees. 
Baxter Hive No. 8. 
Queen Alexandra Hive No. 11. 
Victoria Hive No. 1. 

Native Sons of B. C. 

Owls, Brotherhood of, Victoria Nest. 
No. 10. 

Pythian Sisters. 
Island Lodge. 

Sons of England. 

Alexandra Lodge No. 116. 

Pride of the Island Lodge No. 131. 

Sons of St. George. 

Milton Lodge No. 311. 

W. O. w. 

Victoria Camp No. 52 (Canadian 
Order). 
Universal Brotherhood. 



CLUBS, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC. 

(For further particulars see Alphabetical.) 



Alexandra Club (ladies). 

A. A. of S. & E. R. E. of A. 

Auxiliary Anti Tuberculosis Society. 

British Columbia Pioneer Society. 

Campaigners' Association. 

Catholic Mutual Benefit Association. 

Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Assn. 

Christian Science Society. 

Daughters of Pity. 

Fifth Regiment Rifle Association. 

First Chinese Empire Reform Assn. 

Friendly Help Society. 

Home Nursing Society. 

Imperial Club. 

Inner Harbor Association. 

James Bay Athletic Association. 

Life Boat and Life Saving Association 

of B. C. 
Local Council of Women. 
Natural History Club. 
Navy League. 
Pacific Club. 
Prairie Club. 
Psychic Research Society. 
Railroad Trainmen, Brotherhood of 
Royal Arcanum. 



Royal Athletic Association. 

St. Andrew's Society. 

Seamens' Institute. 

Socialist Party of Canada (Victoria 

Local). 
Union Club. 
United Service Club. 
Victoria City Male Choir. 
Victoria Civilian Rifle Association. 
Victoria Hockey Club. 
Victoria Ministerial Association. 
Victoria Musical Society (inc.) 
Victoria Kennel Club. 
Victoria Ratepayers' Association. 
Victoria Retail Grocers' Association. 
Victoria Rugby Union. 
Victoria Social Club. 
Victoria West Athletic Association. 
Victoria Yacht Club. 
William Wallace Society, Sir. 
Women's Christian Temperance Union. 
Yorkshire Society of B. C. 
Young Men's Christian Association. 
Young Men's Institute. 
Young Women's Christian Association. 



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VICTORIA— HOUSE NAMES 



BLOCKS, HALLS, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, ETC. 



Anderson Chambers, 615 Fort. 

A. O. U. W. Hall, 808 Yates. 

Bank of Montreal Chambers, 548 Bas- 
tion. 

B. C. Permanent Building, 1208 Bas- 

tion. 

Canadian Bank of Commerce Chamb- 
ers, 1022 Government. 

Canadian Pacific Railv/ay Depot, Belle- 
ville. 

Carnegie Public Library, Yates, corner 
Blanchard. 

Chancery Chambers, 1218 Langley. 

City Hall, 1508 Douglas. 

Court House, Bastion. 

Davie Chambers, 545 Bastion. 

Eagles Hall, 1319 Government. 

Five Sisters Block, Fort, corner Gov- 
ernment. 

Gospel Hall, 731 Pandora. 

Government House, 1401 Rockland Ave. 

Hibben Block, 1122 Government. 

Imperial Bank Chambers, 604 Yates. 

I. O. O. P. Hall, 1305 Douglas. 

Institute Hall, 726 View. 

Knights of Pythias Hall, Pandora Ave., 
corner Douglas. 



McGregor Block, 634 View. 
Masonic Temple, 1700 Douglas. 
Metropolitan Block, Courtney, corner 

Government. 
Museum, Parliament Buildings. 
Musicians' Hall, 567 Johnson. 
Northern Crown Bank Chambers, 1238 

Government. 
Oddfellows' Hall, 2009 Fernwood Road. 
Old Men's Home, Cadboro Bay Road, 

near Exhibition Grounds. 
Parliament Buildings, Belleville, St. 

James Bay. 
Post Office, 816 Government. 
Promis Block, 1006 Government. 
Protestant Orphanage, 2691 Cook. 
Provincial Gaol, Rose, corner Topaz 

Avenue. 
Royal Jubilee Hospital, Mt. Tolmie 

Road, corner Fort. 
St. Joseph's Hospital, 840 Humboldt. 
Semples' Hall, 410 Langford. 
Vernon Block, Douglas, corner View. 
Victoria Chambers, 1214 Government. 
Victoria Hall, 1415 Blanchard. 
V. W. A. A. Hall, Edward, corner Ca- 
therine. 
Waitt's Hall, 526 Broughton. 



NAMES OF PRIVATE RESIDENCES. 



Aberthaw, 1007 Linden Ave., William 
T. Williams. 

Adare Lodge, 1733 Fairfield Rd. 

Alberta Lodge, Esquimalt Rd., next 
Eraser St., John T. L. Meyer. 

Alberta Lodge, 1610 Belcher Ave., G. 
T. Beaven. 

Albeth, 1044 Collinson, Lieutenant- 
Colonel A. Codd. 

Algoa, 1629 Rockland Ave., Cuyler A. 
Holland. 

Alma House, 648 Battery, John Hall. 

Aloha, 2631 Douglas, B. T. Hickman 
Tye. 

Altadena, 1514 Elford, George C. 
Howell. 

Alwyn, 2620 Government, Panmure A. 
Babington. 

Anchorage, The, 80 Dallas Road. Ed- 
ward J. Smith. 

Angela, 923 Burdette Ave, Norman 
Rant. 

Arbutus, 1471 Fairfield Road, John 
Douglas. 

Ardcaple, 721 Pine, Albert R. Colvy. 

Arden, Mount Baker Avenue, Hugo 
R. Beavan. 

Ardgowan, 433 Superior, J. H. Alex- 
ander . 

Ardrossan, 1721 Richmond Avenue, 
Walter E. Staneland. 

Argos, 1402 Stadacona Avenue, David 
H. Dale. 



Ardowan Cottage, 2213 Shakespeare, 

Joseph Crawford. 
Argyle, 1030 Terrace Avenue, John T, 

McDonald. 
Arkholme, 120 Menzies, Col, Richard 

Wolfenden. 
Armadale, 241 Niagara, Senator Wm. 

J. Macdonald. 
Armhurst, Arm Street, G. T. Young. 
Avondale, 533 Rithet, Frank C. Strat- 
ford. 
Avondale, Foul Bay Road, n.e. corner 

Chaucer, C. W. Lamb. 
Avonteur, 634 Michigan, Henry M. 

Dumbleton. 
Ballinahinch, 1035 Belmont Avenue, 

Hon. Archer P. Martin. 
Ballyteerim, Esquimalt Road, w. of 

Lampson, Henry Rogers. 
Bankview, 203 Jessie, Francis Hinds. 
Barbrook, Esquimalt Rd., s.s. 2nd, 

west of Head, Mrs, Frank J. 

Bailey. 
Barossa Lodge, 441 Simcoe, Mrs. Isa- 
bella Graham. 
Bayford Villa, 227 Belleville, James 

Woolcock. 
Beach Cottage, 132 Dallas Road, Wm. 

Atkins. 
Beachcroft, 45 Boyd, Mrs. Matilda 

Stuart. 
Beacon Cottage, 31 Douglas, R. B. 

Punnett. 



VICTORIA— HOUSE NAMES 



243 



Beaufort, 615 Esquimalt Road, Donald 

Fraser. 
Beaver Cottage, Constance Avenue, 

John Liloyd. 
Beckley Cottage, 522 Simcoe, Sydney 

Child. 
Bel Air, 1814 Oak Bay Avenue, Stanley 

H. De Carteret. 
Bella Vista, 730 Burdette Avenue, 

Wilson, James K. 
Belle View, 461 Quebec, H. H. Hobbis. 
Bellevue, 924 McClure, Ernest Temple. 
Belvedere Cottage, 428 St. Charles 

Arthur H. Piggott. 
Bencoolen, 1018 Fisguard, Thomas 

Lea. 
Bend, The, Newport Avenue, James 

H. McGregor. 
Bexhill, Esquimalt Rd., cor. Rithet 

Ave., E. Singleton Wise. 
Bishop's Close, 912 Burdette. Rt. Rev. 

W. W. Perrin. 
Blink Bonnie, Constance Avenue, nr. 

Esquimalt Rd., Mrs. Margaret 

Campbell. 
Bonnie Esperance, 1186 Yates, Wm. 

H. Whiteley. 
Bracondale, Lampson, cor. Lyall, Thos. 

Sedger. 
Braeside, 1721 Rockland Avenue, Wm. 

F. Robertson. 
Breadelbane, 1185 Fort, Rev. John 

Campbell, D.D. 
Bremhill, 1828 Oak Bay Avenue, Wil-- 

liam C. Sheldon. 
Briarbrac, York Place, A. T. Goward. 
Brierley, cor. Old Esquimalt Road and 

Lampson, George Jones. 
Bungalow, The, Burnside Rd., near 

Harriet, Robert Berks. 
Bungalow, The, 714 Cook, Henry F. 

Langton. 
Burleith, 743 Craigflower Road, Major 

Audain. 
Caberfreigh, 236 Gorge Rd., Kenneth 

McKenzie. 
Caerau, Cottage, Hospital Street, Es- 
quimalt, R. Farror Lawrence. 
Caldecote, Foul Bay Road., n.w. 

corner Cowan Avenue, Joseph 

Fletcher 
Camsona, 834 Pemberton Road, B. S. 

Heisterman. 
Carisbrooke, 1234 Fisguard, Alex. 

Fraser. 
Carlsruhe, Craigflower Road, near 

Lampson, Carl H. Kosche. 
Carnbrea, 1033 Fisguard, Thomas J. 

Arnall. 
Carney, 1729 Oak Bay Avenue, Major 

John Walsh. 
Cartref, 913 Burdette Avenue, Cecil 

M. Roberts. 
Casa Chica, 407 Wilson, Charles Pro- 
vis. 
Cassawee, Oak Bay Avenue, near Foul 

Bay Road, Walter B. Anderson. 
Castlewood, 249 Douglas, John A. 

Hall. 
Cerig-Gleison, 1598 Rockland Avenue, 

R. P. Williams. 
Chalet, The, 1737 Rockland Avenue, 

Alice Galletly. 
Cherrimans, 410 Wilson, Rev. C. E. 

Cooper. 
Cherrybank, 818 Quadra, John Brown. 



Chester Cottage, Esquimalt Road, cor. 
Rithet Avenue, George J. Cook. 

Cheven, The, 1536 Bank, Harry Dun- 
nell. 

Claire Villa, 1139 McClure, Robert J. 
Howell. 

Clanworth, 568 Rithet, G. W. Smith. 

Claremont, 2511 Blanchard Avenue, 
Thomas P. Mason. 

Clarence Cottage, Constance Avenue, 
Albert Ricketts. 

Cleithhaugh, Arcadia, near Joseph, 
Arthur Rae. 

Clonmel, 601 Cook, George J. John- 
ston. 

Colina Cottage. 1024 Terrace Avenue, 
Charles W. Rhodes. 

Contrexeville, Dunsmuir, A. W. R. 
Willev. 

Corona, 2412 Douglas Street, Mrs. 
Annie Roach. 

Corona Cottage, 740 Topaz Avenue, 
Luke M. Humber. 

Cottage Angela, Fairfield Road, Mrs. 
M. R. Douglas. 

Courland, Crescent Road, A. C. Mc- 
Callum. 

Craigdarroch, 1335 Port. 

Craigeliachie, Bowker Avenue, Wm. 
Henderson. 

Craiggowan, Craigflower Road, D. L. 
Jones. 

Craigmore, 1753 Rockland Avenue. J. 
B. McKilligan. 

Craignairy, 629 Andrew, W. F. Adams. 

Cumberland, Oak Bay Avenue, Ed- 
mund E. Welch. 

Cumbrae Cottage, 29 Dallas Avenue, 
Wm. M. Allan. 

Dallas Cottage, 20 Dallas Avenue, 
Thomas J. Ryan. 

Dalmahoy, 1006 St. Charles, Andrew 
Wright. 

Dawlish, 982 Heywood, E. Arman 
Lewis. 

Daylesford, Constance Avenue, Wm. 
J. Gray. 

Dee Cottage, 574 Simcoe, David Deem- 
ing. 

Deene Lodge, 1019 Richmond Avenue, 
J. Riddle. 

Del Monte, 2645 Work, Miss Israel 
Bowen. 

Den, The, Esquimalt Road, s.e. corner 
Lampson, Richard L. Newman. 

Deptford Cottage, Head Street, n.e. 
corner Dunsmuir, William Yer- 
rill. 

Derreen, 1606 Rockland Avenue, Robert 
S. Day. 

Devon Cottage, Esquimalt Road, Cap- 
tain E. Harold Edwards. 

Devoran, 1235 Sunnyside Avenue, Rich- 
ard Stephens. 

Dingle, 141 Gorge Road, Charles W. R. 
Thomson. 

Dingley Dell, Dickens, Edgar Fawcett. 

Dirgelfa, 214 Government, Griffith R. 
Hughes. 

Douglas Fir, Head Street, near Esqui- 
malt Road, George A. McNutt. 

Drymen Cottage, 2631 Blanchard, Thos. 
Gray. 

Dunmore, St. David, Chas. R. Stewart,. 

Edgehill, 1759 Rockland Avenue, Fred. 
W. Jones. 



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VICTORIA— HOUSE NAMES 



Egremont, 1233 Fort, Thornton Fell. 

Elcot, Oak Bay Avenue, e. of Mon- 
terey, Frank H. Wollaston. 

Enslin, Esquimalt Road, corner Ad- 
mirals Road, Wm. A. Slow. 

Ervyger, Admiralty Road, Rev. Wm. 
W. Bolton. 

Ethewold, 706 Cook, Thomas R. Smith. 

Exmont, 434 Simcoe, F. W. Foster, J. P. 

Eyrie, Laurel Lane, St. Charles Street, 
Albert Toller. 

Eyrie, 1004 Terrace Avenue, Arthur W. 
Vowell. 

Fallowfieid, Esquimalt Road, opposite 
Fraser, James S. McAdam. 

Felixstowe, Quadra street, near Cook, 
Capt. P. Elliston. 

Fernbrae, Topaz Avenue, near Quadra, 

A. R. Anderson. 

Ferndaie, Lampson, n.e. corner Lyall, 
Wililiam T. Phillips. 

Fernhiil, Lampson Street, near Es- 
quimalt Road, Charles E. Pooley. 

Fernleigh, 624 Gorge Road, Frank Van 
Sant. 

Fernside, 1401 Taunton, Charles F., 
Moore. 

Fernwood, 1618 Fort, Mrs. B. W. Pearce 

Firleigh, 1246 Fisguard, Frank Sylves- 
ter. 

Firs, The, Lampson, near Lyall, George 
P. Matthews. 

Firwood, 905 Cook, John Collinson. 

Fountain Cottage, 2650 Douglas, Robert 
L. Ledingham. 

Funchal Cottage, 1737 Oak Bay Avenue. 

Gables, 241 Gorge Road, Dr. Ludwig, 
Loenholm. 

Gatineau Cottage, 646 Bay, Lome Cates 

Gelleswyck, 1219 Pandora, Rev. W. 
Baugh Allen. 

Genisia, 1421 Stadacona Ave., Miss 
Clara E. Dupont. 

Gisburn, 1300 Rockland Avenue, John 

B. Hobson. 

Glaslyn Cottage, 570 Simcoe, Thos. H. 
Laundy. 

Gied Holt, Esquimalt Road, near 
Lampson, A. S. Barton. 

Glen Cottage, Esquimalt Road, ns. 
west of Nelson, C. H. R. Slingsby. 

Glenarm, Craigflower Road, near Car- 
rie, T. S. Kennedy. 

Glencairn, 1807 Oak Bay Avenue, E. G. 
Varner. 

Glencairn, Esquimalt Road, n.s.w. of 
Fraser, Douglas J. Griffin. 

Glenday, Esquimalt Road, west of Nel- 
son, Norman Hardie. 

Glendora, Esquimalt Road, s.s. 2nd., 
west of Rithet Avenue, Josiah He- 
mans. 

Giendwr, 3021 Quadra, William 
Vaughan. 

Glengariff, 1601 Richmond Ave., Capt. 
Arthur Wheeler. 

Glengyle, St. James, Walter Scott. 

Glenholm, Esquimalt Road, near Ad- 
miral's Road, Alex. Stewart. 

Glenkindie, 648 Dallas Road, Mrs. Alex. 
Strachan. 

Gleno, 703 Esquimalt Road, Peter Wal- 
ker. 



Glenvar, 1803 Blanchard Avenue, Thos. 
A. McDowell. 

Glenwood, 306 Gorge Road, Frederic H. 
Mayhew. 

Glenwood, 1512 Fort, Wm. D. Allen. 

Gonzales, 615 St. Charles, corner Rock- 
land avenue. Mrs. Teresa Pember- 
ton. 

Gordon House, 808 Blanchard, Peter 
Gordon. 

Gorphwisfa, 1126 Richardson, Brenton 
J. Boulton. 

Gorsfield, 638 Dallas Road, Edwin Mac- 
Dougall. 

Grandview, 664 Dallas Road, William 
Meed. 

Grassendale, 1613 Belmont Avenue, 
Mrs. Pigott. 

Greenbank, 1619 Quadra, Abiatha Mal- 
pass. 

Halekala, 942 Courtney, J. B. H. Ricka- 
by. 

Halwyn, 622 Cook, Hon. Paulus Aemi- 
lius Irving. 

Hamilton House (boarding), Mrs. E. 
Over, prop., 822 Pandora Avenue. 

Harcourt, 450 Quebec, Wm. D. Mackin- 
tosh. 

Hazelwood, Mt. Baker Avenue, Henry 
G. Mason. 

Heatherleigh, 471 Belleville, Thos. 
Hooper. 

Hermosa, 130 Menzies, Copas Owen. 

Highlands, 1636 Rockland Avenue, 
Francis D. Little. 

Highwood, 1021 Moss, George Gillespie. 

HMIcrest, 1210 Fort, Capt. Chas. B. 
Matthews. 

Hiilcrest, Craigflower Road, near Ar- 
cadia. 

Goslyn, Hillside, Esquimalt, Capt. Wm. 
P. C. Sullivan. 

Hochelaga, 1715 Rockland Avenue, 
A. J. C. Galletly. 

Hollies, The, 756 Courtney, Mrs. L. 
Abutt. 

Hollows, The, 1003 Russell, Geo. W. 
Aikman. 

Hollybank, 952 Humboldt, Rithet. 

Hollydene, 406 Vancouver, James Mc- 
Intyre. 

Holydale, Constance Avenue, near Es- 
quimalt, Mrs. Teresa A. Leonard. 

Holyrood, 544 Simcoe, Miss F. K. Sut- 
ton. 

Hopedene, Gorge Road, near Harriett 
Road, Hon. D. McEwen Ebberts, K. 
C, M.P.P. 

Hume Cottage, 806 Linden Avenue, 
Thomas Shaw. 

Ida Cottage, 2135 Ida, Donald Camp- 
bell. 

Idyltryst, 1905 Blanchard Avenue, Ro- 
bert Croft. 

Idylwild, 1023 North Park; George 
Scales. 

Idylwylde, 2515 Government, George 
McKiel. 

Iliahie, 1512 St. Charles, Charles F. 
Todd. 

Inavale, 1831 Oak Bay Avenue, Donald 
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VICTORIA— HOUSE NAMES 



245 



Inglehurst, 1023 St. Charles, Mrs. Pene- 
lope Wilson. 

Innerdale Bank, 351 Garbally Road, 
George E. Smith. 

Ipsden, Mt. Baker Ave., Frederick M. 

Irlam Villa, 731 Wilson, W. Boddy. 

Isia Villa, 501 Craigflower Road, Capt. 
James Gaudin. 

Ivy Lodge, 1041 Collinson, Major Chas. 
MacMillan. 

Ivyhill, 926 Humboldt, Mrs. Vernon. 

Kelvin, 1908 Oak Bay Avenue, T. R. 
Myers. 

Kelvin Lodge, 637 Dunedin, Archibald 
E. Shaw. 

Kenilworth, 1234 Pandora, Richard L. 
Drury. 

Kentholme, 1117 Yates, Mrs. W. Lewis. 

Keremeos, 1823 Chambers, Alexander 
Bannerman. 

Kimbolton, Oak Bay Ave., Wm., Fernic. 

Kingsley, 1526 Richmond Avenue, Ed- 
win J. Hearn. 

Kirnbank, 1042 Amphion, James L. 
Forrester. 

Knowie House, Head Street, near Es- 
quimalt Road, William P. Corfield. 

Lan Dderwen, 930 Moss, David Spen- 
cer. 

Laureldene, 117 Superior, Mrs. Mary 
Morrison. 

Laurels, The, 1606 Belcher Avenue, Mrs. 
W. H. Phillipps. 

Laurels, The, Collegiate School, 1249 
Rockland Avenue. 

Lauriston, 609 Michigan, Daniel C. 
Bampfylde. 

Leasowes, 851 St. Charles, Mrs. J. H. 
Todd. 

Lillooet, 1385 Fairfield Road, Dr. J. 
Harper. 

Lima, 623 Government, James Ander- 
son. 

Lindaie, 1209 Pandora Avenue, Mrs. L. 
Currall. 

Linden, 933 St. Charles, Walter F. Bur- 
ton. 

Linden Cottage, 1041 Linden Avenue, 
Stephen White. 

Lone Oak, 1632 Belmont Avenue, Abra- 
ham E. Smith. 

Longford, Foul Bay Road, s.w. corner 
Gonzales Avenue, James Phair. 

Lossie Bank, 1923 Quadra, George Flor- 
ence. 

Lynn Regis, Esquimau Road, s.e. 
corner Nelson, Alfred E. Norris. 

Maple Brae, 658 Battery, Alfred Hood. 

Maple Cottage, 1310 Gladstone, A. 
Greenwood. 

Maplecroft, 540 Dallas, Alex. Innes. 

Maplehurst, 1937 Blanchard, David M. 
Murray. 

Maples, The, 397 Moss, Wm. S. Maher. 

Maplewood, 1133 Catherine, Beaumont 
Boggs. 

Margien, 1936 Oak Bay Avenue, G. W. 
Mcintosh. 

Marifield, 238 Government, Right Rev. 
Bishop Edward Cridge. 

Marysville, 457 Quebec, Chas. A. Blume. 

Mazoe, 1514 Foul Bay Road, Marma- 
duke C. Reynard. 



Menota, 1503 Rockland Avenue, Fred- 
erick B. Warren. 

Meriedale, Craigflower Road, corner 
Pine, J. E. Painter. 

Mineana, 1659 Fort, Robert Water- 
house. 

Miramichi, Foul Bay Road, W. A. 
Jameson. 

Miramonte, 1030 St. Charles, John A. 
Wood. 

Mount Adelaide, Dunsmulr Street, Es- 
quimalt Road, Henry Croft. 

Mount Joy, Foul Bay Road, corner 
Fairfield Road, F. B. Pemberton. 

Narrows, The, Arm Street, Craigflower 
Road, Geo. T. Young. 

Neboklich, Victoria Avenue, Robert 
Grubb. 

Neuk, The, 606 Frances Avenue, John 
O. Perry. 

New Inn, Esquimalt Road, near Wel- 
lington, Wm. M. Middleton. 

Newbliss, 2523 Government, William C. 
Thompson. 

Nit- 1- Nat, 1863 Oak Bay Avenue, Ed- 
ward E. Hardwick. 

Nook, The, 203 rear. Skinner, John A. 
Bowden. 

Nuncham, Dickens, G. P. Pownall. 

Oak Dene, Esquimalt Road, ns., w. 
or Head, W. Fitzherbert Bullen. 

Oakdene, 906 Vancouver, Dr. J. W. 
Powell. 

Oak House, Esquimalt Road, s.s., w. 
of Rithet Avenue, Andrew Mul- 
cahy. 

Oak Lea, 1869 Oak Bay Avenue, Wil- 
liam A. Todd. 

Oakley, 1024 McGregor Avenue, William 
McLean. 

Oakmeade, 1301 Rockland Avenue, Jo- 
seph A. Sayward. 

Oaks, The, St. Charles Street, Forrest 
Angus. 

Oakwood, 770 Queen's Avenue, Roder- 
ick D. Finlayson. 

Okefield, 1663 Rockland Avenue, Arthur 
P. Luxton. 

Olympian Cottage, 16 Dallas Ave., Mrs. 
Charlotte Brown. 

Olympian View, 802 Blanchard Avenue, 
Ellen Wooldridge. 

Orcades, 930 Pemberton Road, Arthur 
Robertson. 

Pari-Parnatta, 544 Dallas, Joseph Tasse 

Park View, 239 Douglas, Otto Weiler. 

Patiy, 1617 Rockland Ave., James A. 
Mitchell. 

Pentrelew, 1201 Fort, Lady Crease. 

Pharos, 1510 Elford, Leslie W. Bick. 

Piermont, 1586 Rockland Avenue, Syd- 
ney J. Pitts. 

Pine Lodge, 1251 Dominion Road, T. W. 
Piatt. 

Pinehurst, 618 Dallas Road, Dr. George 
L. Milne. 

Pines, The, 522 Dalton, David M. 
Evans. 

Point Ellice, 304 Bay, Esquimalt Road, 
Capt. Wm. Grant. 

Point Pleasant, 100 Kingston, Mrs. M. 
G. Raymur. 

Poplar Cottage, Esquimalt Road, near 
Lampson, Mrs. A. Logan. 



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Poplars, The, 603 Belleville, Mrs. R. R. 

Woodill. 
Poplars, The, 1022 Burdette Avenue, 

Mabel G. Messenger. 
Priory, The, 729 Pemberton Road, Hon. 

Lieut.- Col. E. G. Prior. 
Raneboro, 1145 Fisguard, Joseph Reid. 
Ravensdale Villa, Mt. Baker Avenue, 

Herbert S. Lott. 
Rehoboth, Craigflower Road, near Arm, 

Zachry M. Hamilton. 
Reogh Sardh, 374 Sylvia, John A. 

Thompson. 
Rhome, 1438 Fort, Wm. B. Sylvester. 
Ridgewell, Admiralty Road, Richard 

Jackson. 
Riffhams, 532 St. Charles, George A. 

Kirk. 
Robeeda, 1337 Rockland Avenue, John 

Arbuthnot. 
Roccabella, 806 Quadra, Mrs. S. P. 

Tuck. 
Rock Point, Mt. Baker Avenue, Sidney 

R. Newton. 
Rockcliffe, 1626 Rockland Avenue, Er- 
nest v. Bodwell, K. C. 
Rockhaven, Mt. Baker Road, "W. 

Wright. 
Rocklands, 1750 Rockland Avenue, 

Henry Dumbleton. 
Rockwood, Laurel Lane St., Charles St., 

Ronald "W. Hodson. 
Rose Cottage, 902 Heywood Avenue, 

Mrs. M. E. McTavish. 
Rose Cottage, 451 Niagara, Lee Acton. 
Rose Cottage, Esquimalt Road, west of 

Dunsmuir, Louis de Costa. 
Rose Villa, 465 Quebec, Mrs. Louise 

Marboeuf. 
Rosebank, Sooke Road, H. D. Hel- 

meken. 
Rosedale, 2702 Governmeni;, Charles L. 

Curry. 
Rosedale, 1054 McGregor Avenue, 

Charles N. Gowen. 
Roseieigh, 1108 Pandora Avenue, A. W. 

Knight. 
Roseneath, 2509 Government, Frederick 

N. Costin. 
Roslyn, 1135 Catherine, Andrew Gray. 
Rossdue, Foul Bay Road, Mary Nason. 
Rougemont, 1010 Linden Avenue, Ma- 
jor John Wilson. 
Roycroft, 1703 Davie, Henry D. Reid. 
Ruhebuhne, 835 Pemberton Road, Al- 
fred C. Flumerfelt. 
Ryecroft, 941 Mears, Wm. Warburton. 
St. Bernards, 725 Vancouver, Mrs. 

Alfred N. C. King. 
St. Keverne, 46 Dallas Avenue, CjTil 

D. Neroutsos, R. N. R. 
St, Raphael, 337 Michigan, James ^K. 

Rebbeck. 
Sandhurst, Mount Baker Avenue, 

Arthur Haynes. 
Sans Sonci, Newport Avenue, John S. 

Ballantine. 
Scalaheen, 504 St. Charles, J. Ogden 

Graham. 
Schuhum, 1322 Rockland Avenue, 

James D. Prentice, M.P.P. 
Sea View, 652 Battery, William Ber- 

ridge. 



Sea View, 104 Dallas Road, Hamilton 
Smith. 

Seaside, 402 Dallas, Francis T. 
Stevens. 

Sequoia, 1162 Fort, Thomas W. Pat- 
erson. 

Sherwood, 1820 Chestnut, Frank W. 
Grant. 

Sissinghurst, 63 Gorge Road, Edgar 
Crow Baker. 

Soedmara, Esquimalt Road, n. s. 2nd 
e. of Head, Eernest E. Billing- 
hurst. 

Stapleton, 1161 Fort, Mrs. Mary M. 
Harding. 

Stonehaven, 625 Elliott, John W. Mor- 
ris. 

Stonehenge, 1788 Rockland Avenue, 
Wm. H. Bone. 

Straun, 1023 Belmont Ave., A. Stuart 
Robertson. 

Summerdyne, Oak Bay Avenue, Frank 
Burrell. 

Sunnyside, 1237 Sunnyside Avenue, 
Capt. E. S. Andrews. 

Sunnyside, 1539 Jubilee Avenue, M. M. 
C. Crawford. 

Sunnyside, 24 Government, Frederick 
Moore. 

Swailowfield, 1034 Richardson, Edward 
C. B. Bagshawe. 

Swan Cottage, Esquimalt Rd, west of 
Nelson, Lieutenant John Nares. 

Sycamore Cottage, 1622 Pembroke, 
Frank Hatcher. 

Sylfaen, Gorge Road, cor. Milgrove, G. 
M. Turner. 

Tamar Cottage, Nelson, e. s., near 
Esquimalt Road, Daniel Beaton. 

Tarradale, 1544 Richmond Avenue, 
James T. Dickson. 

Terra Verte, 1959 Oak Bak Avenue, 
Ewen MacDonald. 

Thoburn Cottage, Esquimalt Road. A. 
H. Lawder. 

Thopington, Esquimalt Road, near 
Eraser, Wm. Bull. 

Thrums, Oak Bay Avenue, cor. Mit- 
chell, R. H. Jameson. 

Tidaldean, 702 Esquimalt Road, Cap- 
tain James W. Troup. 

Tintern, 1417 Pembroke, Wm. P. Mar- 
chant. 

Trebartha, 1124 Fort, Thomas J. 
Jones. 

Treverran, 1020 Yates, John A. Turn- 
er. 

Trutch House, 1161 ^Richardson, 
James Walker. 

Tyn-y-Coed, Brae Fred. D., Duns- 
muir Street. 

Umoola, Oak Bay Avenue, west of 
Monterey Avenue, John A. Wat- 
son. 

Upwood, Esquimalt, Capt. Edwin R, 
Tooley. 

Verlands, Phoenix Street, Graham 
Forester. 

Viamede, Esquimalt Road, west of 
Dunsmuir, George W. Robinson. 

Viewfield, Esquimalt Road, n. s. e. 
Lampson, Archibald F. Gibson. 

Viewfield Cottage, Lampson, near 
Esquimalt Road. George Bridle. 

Virginia, Foul Bay Road, near Cowan 
Avenue, Harold Fleming. 



VICTORIA— HOUSE NAMES 



247 



Warburton, 1032 McGregor Avenue, R. 

Ford Verrinder. 
Walkerviile, 334 Michigan, Edith S. 

Foot. 
Warley, 1916 Belmont Avenue, Mr. 

Jas. J. Gray. 
Wentworth Villa, 1156 Fort, Mrs. M. 

B. Ella. 
Westmount, 530 Dallas Road, Thomas 

H. Learning. 

Westview, 229 Government, Alfred E. 

Allen. 
Westward Cottage, 422 Edward, 

James Tagg. 
Whitbourne, 235 Belleville. Capt, 

Josiah Gosse. 
White Rose, 550 Dallas, Frederick 

Richardson. 
Wigan, Oak Bak Avenue, opposite 

Mitchell, Henry F. Pullen. 
Willowbrae, Admirals Road, near 

Esquimalt Road, George Wilkin- 
son. 



Winfrith, Esquimalt Road, n. s., op- 
posite Rithet Avenue, Henry A. 
Bulwer. 

Winford, Lampson, near Esquimalt 
Road, Mrs. A?thur McCallum. 

Windsor Cottage, Mount Baker 
Avenue, Mrs. C. Berridge. 

Winona, 101 Gorge Road, Thomas 
Ellis, 

Woiston, 620 Andrew, Colonel J. G. 
Holmes. 

Woodend, 1732 Oak Bay Avenue, 
Percy Wollaston, Jr. 

Woodland, 1020 Moss, Hugh A. Mac- 
lean. 
Woodville, Constance Avenue, north- 
east corner 1st, William Walker. 

Wyndlawns, 820 Pemberton Road, 
George A. Keefer. 

Yale House, L. Quagliotti, proprietor, 

749 Pandora Avenue. 
Vaster Cottage, 617 Douglas, Eric B. 
McKay. 



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(Including Esquimalt and Oak Bay) 

SYSTEM OF NUMBERING. — The City of Victoria recently adopted the decimal 
system of numbering, by which system an even hundred numbers are al- 
lotted to each block and all short streets take their numbers from the 
through streets. 

A number is allotted to every 20 feet and the odd numbers are on the south 
and east sides of streets. 

All streets running northwards start with No. 1, at Dallas Road and intersect 
Fort Street at No. 1000. 

All streets running eastwards start with No. 1 at the Outer Wharf; the number 

at the intersection with Government Street being 600. 
The word "Street" is omitted from all names. 



248 A Street 



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Albert Avenue 



Corrig (ZoilcQC 

BEACON HILL PARK, VICTORIA. 

The Home School For Boys 
Principal - J. W. CHURCH, M. A. 

A STREET 

From 722 Market to Topaz Avenue, 
west of Rose. 

2815 Williams, Horace C, butcher. 
2831 Perley. William G. F., carpenter. 

ADELAIDE ROAD 

From Dallas Road to May, near 
Cemetery. 

74 Kyle, Ed., photographer. 
78 Baird, Mrs., 
133 Connorton, John R., painter. 
137 Fisher, John F., laborer. 
141 Carlow, Edwin A., laborer. 
146 Ross, Francis H., painter. 

ADMIRALS ROAD 

From Robert to Lyall, Esquimalt. 

Pomeroy, Samuel J. 

Jordan, Charles, brickmaker. 



ADMIRALTY ROAD 

(Esquimalt), from Esquimalt Road, 
northwards to Constance Cove. 

Esquimalt Waterworks. 
Ellis, Alvin B., real estate. 

Wilkinson, Geo., "Willowbrae." 

Cameron, A. B., shipwright. 

Oliver, John, J.P., customs offlcer. 
Bolton, Rev. Wm. W. 

Williams, Mrs. Hannah. 

Jackson, Richard, "Ridgewell." 

Dingwell, Alex., sealhunter. 

Mesher, Arthur W., eontractor. 

Roger, James, gardener. 

Ferrabee, John, draughtsman. 

McNutt, Loren, shipwright. 

Lampshire, Edwin, dairyman. 

AGNES 

(Victoria West), between Victoria 

Avenue and Joseph. 

Higgins, George H., carpenter. 
ALBANY 

From 136 Gorge Road, northwards. 
3065 Bradshaw, Clarence W. 

ALBERT AVENUE 

(Esquimalt), from Fraser Street, 
westwards, next Esquimalt Road. 
Wilson, Henry J., laborer. 



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Robinson, Joseph, carpenter. 
Hodgson, Wm., carpenter. 

ALBERT 

From Charles eastwards towards 
Mount Tolmie Road. 

1702 Brunell, George, engineer. 

ALDER STREET 

From Tolmie Avenue northwards. 
Sewell, Ernest B. 
Dawson, Ernest F. 
Brett, Geo. S., carpenter. 
White, Thomas H., bricklayer. 

ALDERMAN ROAD 

From 706 Craigflower Road south- 
ward. 

2 Hickford, John S., carpenter. 

ALFRED 

Now part of Fisguard. 

ALPHA 

From Burnside Road eastwards, at 
City Limits. 

408 Hickens-Smith, Walter. 
450 Hodges, Frederick T. 
502 Keys, James, laborer. 
508 Smith, Frederick, driver. 
514 Grant, Arthur, retired. 
Beta Intersects. 
541 Simpson, Henry. 
558 Macrae, Lawrence, secretary. 
564 Bruce, Charles, engineer. 
567 Walker, James, carpenter. 
601 New house. 
611 Greenwell, John. 

ALSTON 
From Lime Bay to Victoria Arm, 
Cor. E. N. RIy. 

Sketch, Ernest W., section fore- 
man. 

Dundas intersects. 
Jessie begins. 
1114 Currie, Arthur W., insurance 
agent. 

AMELIA 

From 834 Pandora Avenue to Cor- 
morant. 

1517 Schaper, Ernest, tailor. 

1519 Styles, Samuel T. 

Mason intersects. 

1520 Little, Ellen, widow. 

1521 Souden, Wm. H., carpenter. 

1523 Mason, Duncan, laborer. 

1524 Murraj', Harry W., blacksmith. 



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1525 Bilton, Henry R., Capt. 

1526 Love, Joseph R., tinsmith. 

1527 Luscombe, Thomas, agent. 

1528 Carlow, Ezra, constable. 

1529 Keown, Frank, painter. 

1530 Dibb, Thomas, engineer. 

1531 Baines, Wm., Sr., accountant. 

AMETHYST ROAD 

2625 Blythe, David, furnaceman. 

AMPHION 

Intersects Oak Bay Avenue, first 
street west of Foul Bay Road. 

1042 Forrester, J. L., painter. 

1052 Mason, C. Dubois, barrister. 

1059 Oliver and Townsends, cement 

brick works. 
1061 Hintze, Charles, mariner. 

Oak Bay Avenue intersects. 

1534 Mclnnis, Finlay D. 

1540 Coulson, C. A., carp. 

1603 Hallam, Arthur. 

1609 Tait, Thomas, J., bookkeeper. 

1623 Vacant. 

1624 Buckle, Harry, printer. 

ANDREW 

(Victoria West), from 240 Robert to 
James. 

620 Holmes, Col. J. G., D. O. C, 

"Wolston." 

621 Stewart, Duncan, retired. 
629 Adams, W. F., clerk. 

ARCADIA 

From Craigflower Road to Gorge. 

Rae, Arthur, retired. 

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VICTORIA - B. C. 

STEPHEN JONES, - PROP. 
$2.00 AND UP. 
.75 AND UP. 



250 Ardester Road 



VICTORIA 



Bastion 



THE GREAT WEST 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIN W. JONES, 

Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phone 282. ROOM 12, METROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B.C. 



ARDESTER ROAD 

From Saanich Road westwards to 
Whittier Avenue. 

1 Vacant. 

Pointer, Charles, laborer. 

ARM STREET 

From Craigflower Road to Victoria 
Arm, opposite Dominion Road. 

Young, George T., grocer. 

ASH 

From 1746 Fort to Pandora Avenue 
(near Richmond Avenue). 

1928 Speers, James M., contractor. 
1957 Gates, Robert, coppersmith. 

AVALON ROAD 

From 255 Douglas (Beacon Hill Park) 
to Government. 

613 Lang, Wm., contractor. 

614 Margison, J. Y., printer. 
616 Turner, G. A., barber. 

619 Jackson, F. A., druggist. 

620 Collins, Mrs. T., widow. 

623 Booz, Thos., printer. 

624 Widdowson, Fred. 

631 Hutchison, John W., constable. 

Phoenix Place commences. 
634 Logan, Mrs. A., widow. 
637 Abbey, Alfred T., real estate. 
643 Walburn, Capt. 
649 Squires, Christian. 

BANK 

From 1820 Oak Bay Avenue to Fort. 
1536 Dunnell, Harry. 
1544 Moffat, John, golf instructor. 
1546 Vacant. 
1601 Eddie, Wm., teamster. 

BASTION 

From Wharf to Government. 

508 Steele's Saloon. 

512 Rickaby, J. B. H., manufacturers' 
agent. 
Mason, William H., notary public. 



Ridgway- Wilson, William, archi- 
tect. 

Victoria and Vancouver Stevedor- 
ing Company, Limited. 

Montgomery, R. B., mines, etc. 
516 Walls, John Patmore, barrister. 

Prince Rupert Boarding House. 

Hudson Bay Pacific Railway. 
520 Hall, Hezekiah G., barrister. 
520 Prince Rupert Whaling Co., Ltd. 

520 Atkinson, Isaac Barras, consulting 

engineer. 

521 Board of Trade Building, A. Tubb, 

janitor. 

Shallcross Macaulay & Co. 

Tyee Copper Co., Ltd. 

Giant Powder Co., cons. 

Dodwell & Co., Ltd. 

Waterhouse & Co., insurance. 

Stewart Land Co., Ltd. 

Gilbert, Justin, official stenog- 
rapher. 

Mason Bros. 

Vancouver Portland Cement Co., 
Ltd. 

Peters & Wilson, barristers. 

Rebbeck, J. K., consulting eng. 

Kitto, A. J., barrister. 

Lubbe, W. T. A., engineer. 

Board of Trade Offices, Fred. Bl- 
worthy, secretary. 

522 Victoria Retail Grocers' Exchange. 
Jeary & Belcher, plasterers. 

526 Victoria Seamen's Institute, J. S. 

Bailey, manager. 

527 Vacant. 

528 Law Courts. 

530 Chapman, J. Howard A., manu- 

facturers' agent. 

531 Law Chambers: 
Burdick, Arthur C, broker. 
Green, R. P. 

Carter, George & Son, Ltd., com- 
mercial agents. 

Munn, H. A. 

Dumbleton, Alan S., barrister. 

Robertson, R. & Co., grain. 

Higgins, Frank, barrister. 

Elliot & Shandley, barristers. 

Barnard & Robertson, barristers. 

Kenah, A. V., chartered acct. 

Griffiths, Albert F., chartered acct. 

Bradshaw & Davie, barristers. 

Innes, Alex. S., barrister. 

Bevan Bros. & Co., Ltd., financial 
agents. 

Langley intersects 

542 Drake, Jackson & Helmcken, 
barristers. 



IDlniPersit^ School, IDlctoria, Brltleb Columbia 



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^/\/0j|0l« Bros. Complete Home Furnishers 



ESTABLISHED 1862. 



917-921 GOVERNMENT ST.. VICTORIA 



Bastion 



STREETS 



Bay Terrace 251 



545 Davie Chambers: 

McPhillips & Heisterman, barris- 
ters. 
Oliver, W. E., barrister. 
Sheldon, W. C, real estate. 
O'Rourke, Ellen, stenographer. 

546 Yates & Jay, barristers. 

547 Garrick's Head Saloon. 

548 Bank of Montreal Chambers: 
B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd. 
Turner, H. A., barrister. 
Wootton & Goward, barristers. 

549 Vacant. 

BATTERY 

From 100 Government to Beacon 
Hill Park. 

602 Moore, Mary E., widow. 

612 Davis, Thomas R. 

620 Robertson, Duncan C. 

642 Nairne, Charles R., clerk, govern- 
ment. 

645 Whiting, C. Scott. 

648 Hall, John, printer. 

652 Berridge, Wm. H., bookkeeper. 

658 Hood, Alfred, government ser- 
vant. 

664 Nash, Harry H., government 
servant. 

670 Taylour, E. H. H. 

676 McKay, John. 

BAY STREET 

(Esquirnalt Road) from Point El- 
lice Bridge eastwards continuing 
as Edmonton Road. 

303 Victoria Sealing Co., Ltd. 

304 Grant, Wm., Capt. 

Pleasant begins. 

305 Pacific Whaling Co., Ltd. 
317 Point Ellice Boathouse. 
343 Victoria Machinery Depot. 

Turner begins. 
402 Walton, George W., engineer. 

408 Richards, Oliver, imechanic. 

409 (rear) Adams & Parsons, foun- 

dry. 
409 Hutchison Bros. & Co., Ltd. 

413 Hendray, Thomas. 

414 Taylor, James H., accountant. 

418 Blake, Charles, H. F. 

419 Foster, Robert, engineer. 

423 Hamilton, Claude, flier. 

424 Wilson, Jesse, farmer. 

435 Greenhalgh, Samuel, grocer. 
440 Rock Bay Hotel. 

Bridge intersects. 

501 Kullman, Salz & Co. 

566 Dickson, Herbert H., millman. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

= JAPANESE FANCY GOODS = 
1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 



567 Norris, F. & Sons, tannery. 

570 Mcintosh, Stephen F., salesman. 

573 Webster, Frank, motoneer. 

574 Cole, Ruben, shipbuilder. 

577 Smith, Frederick L. 

578 Chamberlain, Charles, driver. 
581 Hare, Michael, marine engineer. 
585 McLean, Peter A., currier. 

589 Barr, Ransellaer, conductor. 
Rock Bay Avenue intersects. 

612 Dovv^ns, James A., piano agent. 

613 McGregor, Sarah M., widow. 

614 Macdonald, Harry H., constable. 

619 Ayers, Leonard L., driver. 

620 Hawes, George J., pilot. 
623 Vaio, J., merchant. 

634 Beaumont, Ellen, widow, grocery. 

Government intersects., 
646 Cates, Lome, conductor. 
650 Cates, Josephus, hack driver. 

Douglas intersects. 
726 Devereux, Francis. 
742 Dempster, Wm. H. 
750 Sargison, Francis R., auditor. 
756 Gleason, Margaret M., widow. 

Rose begins. 
802 Bartlett, John. 
822 Herd, John, millwright. 
826 Vacant. 

Blanchard Avenue intersects. 
902 Cresswell, Edward, laborer. 
910 Searle, Harry. 
914 Foxall, Wm. 
934 Hewlings, John Q. 

BAY TERRACE 

Runs south of Humboldt at No. 
727. 

1 Varney, Frank, longshoreman. 

2 Hook, James, bartender. 



Pacific Sheet Metal Works 

Office and Works : 931 VIEW STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 

^P HONE 177 2 == 



Copper and Galvanized Iron Cornice*. 
Skylights and Metal Windows. Blow Pipe Work. 
Galvanized Iron, Tar & Gravel and Slate Roofing 



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WEST END GI{OGERY COMPANY, LIMITED 



PHONES 88 & 1761 



VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA 



THE WINDSOR, Nanaimo,B.C. 

Joseph Fox, - Proprietor 

Headquarters for Commercial Men. Well Lighted Sample Rooms 



252 Bay Terrace 



VICTORIA 



Belmont Avenue 



TRAVELLING MAN OR TOURIST 

IP TOU WANT A 

Saddle Horse, a Single or Double Rig, 
F=>Hor«JE: A, s 

THE I. X. L. LIVERY STABLES 



NANAIMO, B. C. 



E. A. Hoskins, Prop. 



3 Sullivan, John, fireman. 

4 Pirn, George. 

5 Occ. 

6 Huson, Thomas, longshoreman. 

BEACH ROAD 
At Foul Bay. 

1777 Woodley, Charles, plumber. 
Ward, Frank, artist. 

BEACON 

From St. Andrew's to 127 Douglas. 

652 Jenkinson, Mrs. C. W. 

660 Leeming, John. 

661 Clendenning, Fred. 

667 McConnell, J. W. 

668 Milroy, Walter J. 

BEECH ROAD 

Between Exhibition grounds and 
Cadboro Bay Road. 

Watson, Adam, carpenter. 

Exton, James, laborer. 

Morgan, Geo., laborer. 

James — 

Foster, Walter M., cabinet maker. 

BELCHER AVENUE 

From 1663 Oak Bay Avenue to Fort. 

1510 Nivin, Frederick C, real estate. 
1515 Halley, Michael, laborer. 

1522 Mclnnes, Angus, farmer. 

1523 Stokes, Harry. 
1529 Occ. 

1535 Stable. 

1536 Vacant. 
1539 Brown, Wm. 

1605 Paterson, James, carpenter. 

1606 Philipps, Mrs. W. H. 
1610 Bevan, G. T., real estate. 

BELCHER STREET 

Now called Rockland Avenue. 

BELLEVILLE 

From Montreal to Blanchard Avenues 
skirting James Bay. 

British Columbia Soap Works. 
British American Paint Co. 
202 Greenwood, Henry, plasterer. 



205 Hogg, Herbert, insurance broker. 
213 Maynard, George H., auctioneer. 
227 Woolcock, James. 
235 Gosse, Josiah, captain. 

St. John begins. 
309 Pendray, William J., merchant. 
321 Clark, Sarah, widow. 
327 Hunter, Hon. Gordon, chief justice 

Oswego begins. 
402 Sylvester, Feed Co. warehouse. 
402 Raymond, J. & Son, warehouse. 

407 Spring, Susan, widow. 

408 Humber, Henry, telegraph oper. 
414 Beckwith, Herbert E., customs 

officer. 
419 Raymond, John, lime merchant. 
424 C. P. R. Stores Department, port 

steward's office. 
429 Galbraith, Angus, retired. 
437 Hodge, William. 
445 Watson, Frank P. 
453 Fergusson, I. 
459 Warwicker, Mary E., widow. 
465 Coffey, Elizabeth, dressmaker. 
468 C. P. R. general offices, B. C, 

Coast service. 
471 Hooper, Thomas, architect. 
478 James Bay Athletic Association. 
Menzies begins. 
Parliament buildings. 
Government Street intersects. 
603 Woodill, Mrs. R. R. 
611 Stanier, F. Thursfield, M. D. 
'615 Booth, Godfrey W. 

BELLEVUE ROAD 

From Tolmie Avenue northwards to 
Cook. 

Symons, Hubert J., carpenter. 

BELLOT 

Now part of McCiure Street. 

BELMONT AVENUE 

From south of 1500 Fort, northwards 
to Pembroke. 

1023 Robertson, A., Stewart "Struan." 
1029 Spratt, Chas. J. V. 
1035 Martin, Archer, judge. 
Fort intersects. 
1613 Pigott, William, financial broker. 
1617 Lang, Maria M., widow. 
1623 Kingham, Joshua, coal merchant. 
1630 Heisterman, Henry, G. S. 
1632 Smith, Abraham E. American con- 
sul. 
Pandora Avenue intersects. 
1702 Noble, Walter, carpenter. 



The Melrose Co., Limited 

PAINTS, GLASS, WALL PAPER, ETC. p„^on/°oY ""ct^ria 



FINANCIAL and 

INSURANCE 

AGENTS 



A. E. PLANTA, LTD. 

NANAIMO, B.C. Estab. 1888 



REAL ESTATE 
and LOANS 
PHONE 95 



Belmont Avenue 



STREETS 



Blanchard Avenue 253 



Vining intersects. 

1916 Gray, Hannah S., widow. 
1919 Hall, John. 
1924 Pineo, Albert J., teacher. 
Gladstone intersects. 
2024 West, James D., plumber, C.P.R. 
2033 Spring Ridge Methodist Sunday 
School. 

BELTON AVENUE 

From 530 Craigflower Road to Do- 
minion Road. 

623 Sandiford, J. W. 

624 Sutton, George, teamster. 

633 Watson, Harry, boiler maker. 
639 Jane, Mrs., "Coigdarripe." 
646 Hayward, Phillip, florist. 

650 Hasenfratz, Jacob, retired. 

651 Towers, Thomas H., retired. 
656 Furness, William, engineer. 

Powderley Avenue intersects. 

701 Vacant. 

709 Burrows, John T., tailor. 
717 Robinson, Herbert C, blacksmith. 
724 Butt, George, carpenter. 
731 Pellow, Mrs., widow. 
735 McDonald, William H., clerk 
C. P. R. 

BETA 

From Alpha to Delta off Burnside 
Road. 

510 Clark, John Wm. 

514 Torrance, Mary, widow. 

556 Hall, Paul, engineer. 

BIRD CAGE WALK 

Now part of Government. 

BLANCHARD AVENUE 

From 600 Douglas (Beacon Hill) 
northwards to Hillside Avenue. 

618 Mohun, Edward, C.E. 

620 Church of Our Lord (Sunday 

school.) 
€26 Church of Our Lord. 

Humboldt intersects. 
700 Cabins. 

702 Marwick, Robert, laborer. 

706 Cabins. 

707 Johnson, Mrs. 

709 Taylor, James, laborer. 

711 Gordon, A., steward. 

712 Snell, McDonough, laborer. 
714 Waters, William J., laborer. 
716 Creed, George, carpenter. 

722 Crescent Grocery, J. A. Brown, 
proprietor. 
Victoria Crescent intersects. 



E.G.PARNELL 



-AGENT rOR- 



The Victor Safe and Lock Co. 



Western Coast Cash Registers. 
513 HAMILTON ST. - VANCOUVER, B. C. 

802 Wooldridge, Ellen. 

808 "Gordon House," Gordon Peter. 

812 Setterfield, Charles. 

816 Whitelaw, Mrs. J. 

Courtney intersects. 
902 Lees, Herbert W. 
907 Nelson, H. Rundle, M.D. 

910 Shore, Samuel, hotelkeeper. 

911 Cook, Mrs. C. E. 

916 Stables (Weiler Bros.). 

921 Lemon Club, secretary P. M. 

Linklater. 

922 Weiler, Christiana, widow. 

Broughton intersects. 
1002 Emery, William M., teamster. 
1004 Martin, James, waiter. 
1013 McCabe, Michael, retired. 

Fort intersects. 
1110 Sam Chong, laundry. 

1113 Victoria Glass Works. 

1114 Ecker, Mrs. Carolina, widow. 

1120 Weeks, Mrs. Geo. 

1121 St. Anne's Kindergarten and 

Primary School. 

View intersects. 
1201 Hewson, Herbert R., machinist. 
1203 Marshall, William T., steward. 
1205 Brown, Mrs. A. U. 

1207 Moore, John J., retired. 

1208 St. Andrew's Cathedral, R. C. 
r.209 Winstone, Alfred J., second 

hand dealer. 
1219 Hayakawa, N., dresspresser. 

Yates intersects. 
1324 Klondike Hotel. 

Johnson intersects. 
1400 Hop Sing, laundry. 
1407 Willsher, John, salesman. 
1409 Trenberth, Sarah, widow; 
1412 Jun Lee. 



VICTORIA INSTITUTE 

O F 

Swedish Massage & Medical Baths 



C. BERCSTROM-BJORNFELT, - Swedish Masseur 
821 FORT near BLANCHARD, - VICTORIA, B. C. 



PLUMBING r r PCIPCD 

HEATING L h ULlUCn 



1428 DOUGLAS ST. 

Telephone 226. VICTORIA 



THE KING EDWARD HOTEL 

637-645 YATES STREET, VICTORIA, B. G. 



Headquarters for Commercial Men. 

Large well lighted Sample Rooms. 

Cuisine and Service unsurpassed. 

A.C. HAMILTON, Proprietor 



254 Blanchard Avenue 



VICTORIA 



Boleskine Road 



GHALLONER&MITGHELL 

DIRECT IMPORTEBS OF 

Precious Stones, Fine Jewelry, Silverware and Novelties 

Careful & prompt attention to Mail Order Business 

Refer to Drawer "J" when Ordering. 
1017 GOVERNMENT ST.. VICTORIA, B. C. 



1413 Martin, George, pipe flitter. 
1415 First Baptist Church. 

1424 Pandora Hotel. 

1425 Jewish Synagogue. 

Pandora Avenue intersects 
1506 First Congregational Church. 
1510 Belanger, Albert. 

Mason begins. 

1515 Rolling, Theophilus B., pastor 

Methodist church. 

1516 Qualiotti, Lorenzo J. • 

1519 Simpson, James, nurseryman. 

Cormorant intersects. 
1605 Longland, Henry D., butcher. 
1610 Jones, A. E., clerk. 
1617 Livingstone, Robert, bartender. 
1621 Curtis, John, laborer. 

Fisguard intersects. 
1703 Dempster, Alexander E., elec- 
trician. 

1707 Dempster, Patrick Wm., carriage 

builder. 

1708 Lawson, Richard, teamster. 

1709 Keays, George H., salesman. 

1711 Wood, Alice, widow. 

1712 Rosliamp, C., expressman. 
1715 North, John H. 

1717 Ohren, Aubrey, hack driver. 

1718 Geigher, Thos., Sr. 
1721 Vigelius, Dora, widow. 

Herald Ends, North Park Begins 

1803 McDowell, Thomas A., boiler- 

maker. 

1804 Field, Annie, widow. 
1809 Hopkins, Daniel A. 
1809 Caesar, Mary, widow. 

Caledonia Avenue intersects. 
1905 Croft, Robert, merchant. 
1910 McDonald, Murdoch, diver. 
1916 Freeman, John H., commission 

agent. 
1922 Jackson, Wm., druggist. 
1937 Murray, David M., laborer. 

Discovery ends. 
2012 Anderson, Wm. A., saloon 

keeper. 
2016 Le Page, Harold, optician. 
2020 Beaven, Thomas L. 
2026 Baird, Samuel A., real estate. 



Pembroke intersects. 

2106 Stemler, Louis. 

Princes Avenue Intersects 
2219 Fell, Robert J. 

Queen's Avenue intersects. 
2306 Burkholder, Wm. H., carpenter. 
2311 Heater, Wm., Capt. 

2316 Beecher, Henry A. 

2317 Luney, Wm. A. 

2323 Chadwick, George, druggist. 
Bay intersects. 

2501 Mcintosh, Robert. 

2502 Spencer-Lewis, Edward. 
2504 Banks, Harry, fireman. 

2507 Boniface & Wright, contractors. 

2508 Hurst, Robert, carpenter. 

2511 Mason, Thomas P., bookkeeper. 

2512 Thompson, Andrew. 

2516 Olivier, Charles P., clerk. 

2517 Penketh, George. 

2522 McKay, John, blacksmith. 

2527 Jones, John, horsedealer. 

2528 Post Jason, H. 

2531 Jeeves, George. 

2532 Post, Charles A., millman. 
2536 Brown, John, tinsmith. 

2540 Pearson, Charles, machinist. 
2544 Hurst, Wm. A., clerk. 

2547 Robertson, Alexander S. 

2548 Ableson, Wm. T., carpenter. 
2552 Arnold, Louise, Mrs., widow. 

King's Road intersects. 
2611 Ditton, Asa, boilermaker. 

2614 Dillabough, Fredrick C. 

2615 Fulton, Daniel, machinist. 

2618 Hunter, James H., tailor. 

2619 Chafe, David M., wheelwright. 

2620 Christopher, Edmund, tailor. 

2622 Grice, John R. motoneer. 

2623 Bennetts, Sarah A., widow. 

2626 Wescott, Alfred E. 

2627 Stone, Ada, widow. 
2631 Gray, Thomas, engineer. 

Thomas, Melinda J., wid. 

2635 Johns, Clarence C. 

2636 John, B. H., real estate. 

2639 Little, Percival R., tinsmith. 

2640 Burgess, Harriett I., widow. 

2643 Hughes, Wm. O., master mariner. 

2644 McNaughton, David G., agent. 
2648 Dresser, Frank, electrician. 
2652 Hammond, John, carpenter. 
2659 Thomas, James E., contractor. 

2663 Shakespeare, Noah, postmaster. 

2664 Davey, Frederick, M.P.P. 

Hillside Avenue Here 

BOLESKINE ROAD 

From Saanich Road (at Carey Road 
Junction) westwards to Harriet 
Road. 



IF YOU WANT 
THAT IS ALL 



GOAL 



Send 

Your Orders 

to the 



Victoria Fuel Gompany 

Telephone 1377. 618 Trounce Avenue 



TIMBER, FRUIT and R. W. C O L E M A N 

FOR FARM LANDS OR ADDRESS Phone 302. P. O. Drawer 574 

CITY PROPERTY 1230 Government Street, Victoria, B. C. 



Boleskine Road 



STREETS 



Broad 255 



Grimm, Wm., carriage maker. 
Roskelley, Wm., road foreman. 
Jamieson, Howard T., physician. 
Marcroft, Frank, furrier. 
Carmichael, John, blacksmith. 

Burns Avenue ends. 
Speed, Thomas W. 
Tolmie Sschool, R. R. Watson, 

principal. 
Laing, Lawrence, laborer. 
St. Mark's Church (Anglican). 
Davidson, Mrs. Mary A. 
Davidson begins. 
Whittier Avenue intersects. 
Peacock, John E., electrical eng. 
Smith, Wm. J., millman. 
Axhorn, Ben., watchman. 

BOUNDARY ROAD 

From Fairfield Road, near Foul Bay 
road, northwards. 

Thacker, Wm., plumber. 

BOURCHIER 

Eastwards from Foul Bay Road, near 
Fort Street. 

Marion, Robert. 
Geddes, John, laborer. 

BOWKER ROAD 

From lane leading from Willows 
Hotel to Exhibition grounds to Oak 
Bay. 

Burns, Harry, painter. 
Hobson, Wm., carpenter. 
Amos, Thomas, painter. 
Cowan, Thomas, carpenter. 
Cadboro Bay Road intersects. 
Beaumont, Wm., retired. 
Bowker, John S., farmer. 
Henderson, Wm., architect. 
Jaffrey, Mrs. 

BOYD 

From 400 Dallas Road to Niagara. 

4 Smith, Garrett, biscuit manufac- 
turer. 
12 Lort, John A. 
17 Penney, Thomas G., cashier. 
21 Forbes, Fredk. H., clerk. 

Luxton Avenue begins. 
27 Russell, Ernest H., school teacher. 
34 Cowper, Henry D., retired. 
45 Stuart, Mathilda, widow. 
47 Van Gieson, Wickliffe B., engineer. 
55 McQuarrie, Robert, engineer. 



CoUcQiatc School for 3Bo^g 

H EAD Master: 
J. W. LAING, M. A., OXFORD. 

"th e laurels," = 



1429 ROCKLAND AVENUE. PHONE 62 

BRIDGE 

From 440 Bay to Garbally Road. 

2507 Nachtrieb, Wm. E., agent. 

2510 Robertson, Donald, pattern maker. 

2514 McCollum, John, foreman. 

2518 Targatt, Thomas, motoneer. 

2522 Tyson, James E. B., engineer. 

2526 Stephens, Ralphe D., foreman. 

John intersects 
2621 Jobbins, George, laborer. 
2627 Salmond, Samuel, laborer. 

Hillside Avenue intersects. 
2709 Mann, James G. 
2716 Macdonald, Henry A., boilermak- 

ers' helper. 
2718 Andricus, Herman, mariner. 

2720 McKinley, John. 

2721 Flemings, John, boilermaker. 

David intersects. 

2802 Armstrong, John, teamster. 

2803 Clayards, Wm. H. 

2804 Cabins. 

2831 Elliot, Wm., shipwright. 

Ellice intersects. 
2930 De Rousie, Wm. G. 
2938 Strickland, George, watchman. 

2943 Noury, James J. 

2944 Martin, Wm., contractor. 

BRIGHTON AVENUE 

Between Oak Bay Avenue and Sara- 
toga Avenue, near Oak Bay Park. 

BROAD 

From 629 Broughton to Cormorant. 

1002 Wilson, H. M., locksmith. 

1004 Royal Dairy. 

1006 Tite, C. H. & Co., painters. 



WREATHS AND CUT FLOWERS. 
FOUR AC RES OF GREEN HOUSES. 

VICTORIA FLORALCy,, VICTORA, 

AND 

VANCOUVER FLORALCO.,VANCOUVER 



613 Fort Street 
Ross Bay Nurseries 



Phone 918 
Phone 285 



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TELEPHONE 3 



E. Pimbury & Co. Nan 



aimo 



Layritz Nursery 



Headquarters for choice Nursery Stock. 
Best assortment in the Country. 



Carey Rd., Victoria, B. C. 



256 Broad 



VICTORIA 



Broughton 



HAWKINS &, HAYWARD 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 
AND CONSTRUCTION 

728 Yates St. Telephone 643 



1008 Colbert, John, plumber. 

1009 Weiler Bros, warehouse. 

1010 Pacific Club. 

1012 Matthews, A. F., barber. 
Fort intersects 

Murray, J., real estate. 

Wilson, A. and W., hardware. 

Robertson, Hermann M., physi- 
cian. 

Jay & Co., seedsmen. 

Melrose Co., painters. 

Macmillan Eliz A., shorthand 
school. 

Best, W. P., chemist. 

Stamford, J. L., mining engineer. 

Ermer, H., tailor. 

Graham, Clara H., dressmaker. 

Alberta Bar. 

Spencer, David, Ltd., department 
store. 

McCurrach, John, tailor. 

Brown, P. R., Ltd., real estate. 

Musgrave, J., real estate. 



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View begins. 

British American Trust Co., Ltd. 
Kingham, J. & Co., coal merchant. 
Coles, Arthur, real estate. 
University School, bursar's office. 
Croft, Henry, J. P. 
Colonist Printing & Publishing Co. 
Tracksel], Anderson & Co. 
Robertson, Stuart, Co., Ltd., real 

estate. 
Power, R. A., commission agent. 
Singer Sewing Machine Co. 
Y. M. C. A. 

Victoria Coffee Parlors. 
Harris & Smith, cycles. 
So Kee & Co., dry goods. 
Poodle Dog, side entrance. 
Dean & Hiscocks, drug store. 
Yates intersects. 

Levy, J. & Sons, cigar manufac- 
turers. 

Vain, Jcihn, produce doali'r. 

Maynard & Son, auctioneers. 

McCorkall, James, tailor. 

Ross, Dixi H. & Co., wines and 
liquors. 

Atlantic Hotel, side entrance. 



1319 Bunting, C. R., teas and coffees. 
Islands Produce Co. 

1320 Canada Hotel. 

Johnson intersects. 
1407 Meston, John, carriage builder. 
1412 Salvation Army Barracks. 

Brakman-Kerr Milling Co., Ltd. 

BROUGHTON 

From 1000 Wharf to Quadra. 

511 McKeown, Angus, shoe manufac- 
turer. 
517 Anderson, W. J., mantels. 
522 Tait, David, shoemaker. 

Government intersects. 
602 Wellington Collieries Co., Ltd., 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons. 
604 Mackie, J. R., engraver. 
Robinson, E. P., jeweler. 
608 Chungranes, Ltd., fish and game. 
610 Burgess, J. P. builder. 

620 Johnson, B. M., real estate. 

621 Victoria Transfer Co., Ltd. 

635 Hamilton, Robert, veterinary sur- 

geon. 

Broad begins. 

636 Weiler Bros., warehouse. 

642 Dominion Immigration Office. 

Douglas intersects. 

701 Westholme Lumber Co., Ltd., Saul 

Cameron, president. 

702 Fraser, Roderick L., M. D., physi- 

cian. 
706 Billingsby, Harry G., watchmaker. 
710 Coker, Sydney E., retired. 
715 Seymour, Alice. 

719 Mortimer, John & Son. 

720 Albhouse, Samuel. 
723 Mortimer, John. 

726 Richardson, Harry, miner. 

727 Maidment, Charles, bartender. 

728 Levine, Mrs. M. 

733 Bauthier, August, boarding house. 

737 Warehouse, Geo. Burt. 

741 Stables. 

750 Steverson, Herbert J., janitor. 

752 'Schultz, Charles A. 

755 Bellican, Charles, mariner. 

Blanchard intersects. 

802 Hobbs, Samuel, laborer. 

803 Hanington, Ernest B. C, physi- 

cian. 

813 Healy, Kate, widow. 

814 Lettice, Robert. 

817 Berrj'man, Francis A., widow. 
'818 Pearce, Archibald, clerk. 
819 Monro, Edith, widow. 



B. C. Hardware Company. Ltd, 



631 YATES STREET, Cor. BROAD, VICTORIA. 



Telephone 82 



B. Williams & Co. 

SEMI-READY TAILORING. 



^^genis ror- 



STETSON, CHRISTY and HAWES HATS, DENTS 
GLOVES, JAEGER and STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR 

614 Yates St., Victoria, B.C. 



Broughton 



STREETS 



Burns Street 257 



822 Sanford, Philip M., bookkeeper. 

823 O'Leary, Henry J., detective. 

824 MulhoUand, William, carpenter. 

825 Crocker, Henry. 

828 Shapland, Prank, electrician. 

829 Duncan, Albert M. lineman. 

834 Wriglesworth, Charles T., clerk. 

835 Jameson, Matilda, widow. 

837 McLachlan, Alexander D., harness 

maker. 

838 Brady, Susan, widow. 
841 Field, Henry, driver. 
'844 Simon, George, clerk. 

847 Drake, Richard, retired. 

848 Reynolds, Mrs. G. W. 
«50 Baker, Stanley, driver. 

851 Wales, Dan., bricklayer. 

854 Depew, Mrs. G., dressmaker. 

856 Blackstock, Malcolm, policeman. 

861 Ruckharber, Charles W. 

BURDETTE AVENUE 

From 801 Douglas eastwards to Cook 
and across. 

712 Brown, Eliza, widow. 
730 Wilson, James K., retired. 

Penwill Ends. 
734 Vacant. 

740 Sutherland, William G., commis- 
sion agent. 
742 Vacant. 

Blanchard Avenue intersects. 
809 Pettingell, Benjamin J., retired. 
821 Crotty, Henry S., retired. 
832 Christ Church Cathedral. 
841 Hayward, Ernest C, electrician. 

849 Berkeley, W. C, Mrs. 

852 Beanlands, Rev. Arthur, Canon, 

M. A., rector Christ Church Ca- 
thedral. 

853 Gore, William S., retired. 

Quadra Intersects 

901 Leeder, Forrest, Dr. 

912 Perrin, Rt. Rev. W. W., Anglican 

Bishop of Columbia. 

913 Roberts, Cecil M., draughts- 

man. 

923 Rant, Norman, "Angela," board- 
ing house. 

929 Stevenson, Mrs., widow. 

951 Finch-Page, Walter, retired. 

Vancouver intersects. 

1017 Walker, George, nurse. 
1022 Poplars, The, girls' school. 
1025 Mellon, Mrs. Joseph. 

1029 Proctor, Herbert G. 

1030 Chrow, John, compositor. 

1033 Van Munster, Rein, teacher. 
South Park School. 



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1034 Hallam, Douglas, merchant. 

1036 Plummer, C. Edmund, decorator. 

1037 Babbage, Frederick, clerk. 

1040 King, Alfred George, Jr., civil 

engineer. 

1041 Cocker, Thomas H., moulder. 

1044 Gordon, William. 

1045 Forster, Joseph Leslie, vocal 

teacher. 

1049 Knight, Anson, veterinary sur- 
geon. 

1053 Burns, Chas. A., litho. 
Cook intersects. 

1121 Eaton, Leslie S. 

1125 Gooch, William P., barrister. 

1139 Evans, Alexander E., surveyor 

and engineer. 

1140 Tubman, Thomas, contractor and 

builder. 
1145 Aird, William. 

1152 Skillings, Waldo, contractor. 

1153 Hetherington, Robert, contractor 

and builder. 

BURNS AVENUE 

From Kelvin Road northwards to 
Boleskine Road. 

Victoria Hair Mattress Works, 
John C. Richards, proprietor. 
Ardester Road intersects. 
Fowler, Robert, C.E. 
Hill, Mrs. Ann. 
Huston, Samuel. 

BURNS STREET 

From Oak Bay Avenue north to 
Milton. 

Gardner, Herbert W., teamster. 

Chaucer ends. 
Sutherland, John. 
Coles, — . 



OFFICE PHONE 13 



STABLE PHONE 1793 



VICTORIA TRUCK & Dray Go. Ltd. 

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WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 

MOVING FURNITURE AND HEAVY MACHINERY 

Office : 1315 WHARF ST. Stables : 749 BROUGHTON ST. 



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WHOLESALE and RETAIL, 



NANAIMO 



ARTHUR COLES, 



REAL ESTATE 



AND- 



INSURANCE 



1205 Broad St., Victoria, B. C. 



Phone 65. Estates Managed. 



258 Burnside Road 



VICTORIA 



Caledonia Avenue 



YOXALL POULTRY FARM 

HARTLEY GISBORNE. 



White Orpingtons. 

Post Office : L&DYSMITH, BRITISH COLUMBIA 

BURNSIDE ROAD 

From northwest of the city to 2900 
Douglas. 
Harriet Road intersects (City Limits) 

Stoddart, George A. C. 

Peacock, Geo. A., lather, 

Jennings, Mrs. M. A. C. 

Imra Begins. 

Hancock, John, "Neath Villa." 
Eldon Place intersects. 

Vacant. 

Kelly, Fred. W., boiler maker. 

Washington Avenue ends. 

115 Creighton, John Wm. 
410 Bellamy, Frank, clerk. 

Alpha intersects. 

420 Freeman, George A., retired. 
466 Ducrest, Joseph. 

Delta begins. 

542 De Ridder, Peter. 

551 Parsons, Wm. H., real estate. 

560 Walkinson, Alfred J., retired. 

572 Hunt, John. 

626 Daley, James V., retired. 

658 Turner, Frank T., farmer. 

669 Vacant. 

671 Hawkins, Frances J. 

.BUSHBY 

From 1362 Dallas Road northeaster- 
ly to Ross Bay Cemetery. 

2 Lowe, Thomas, cabinet maker. 
Crowe, Arthur, employee C.P.R. 
376 Steverson, Herbert. 
380 Nicoll, James, laborer. 
384 Studdert-Kennedy, L. B., engi- 
neer. 

BYRON 

From Foul Bay Road east to Burns. 

Stebbings, Mrs. S., widow. 

Eastman, Mrs. F., widow. 

Vacant. 

Nicholas, Edward, missionary. 

Silverthorn, John W. 

Gilbert, F. W., master mariner. 



CADBORO BAY ROAD 

A continuation of Fort, outside City 
Limits. 

Hanna, J. F., foreman. 
Casanave, Alex. 

Florence begins. 

Empress begins. 
Smith, Miss. 
Richards, Wm. 
Willows Hotel. 
Exhibition grounds. 
Genn, Anthony, clerk. 
Police, Frank, clerk. 
McDonald, — . 
Cox, T. W. B., carpenter. 
Old Man's Home. 

Bowker Road intersects. 
Rye, Lewes, retired. 
Sproule, John C. 
Prescott, George, carpenter. 
Collis, Albert, conductor. 
Bayne, Neil, contractor. 
Hemming, Cecil, clerk. 
Hargreaves, J. H., retired. 

CALEDONIA AVENUE 

From 1901 Douglas to Chambers 
and across. 

702 Moore, J. J., 

704 Alderson, Jonathan, laborer. 

710 Victoria Carriage and Auto 
Top Co. 

713 Gribble, John E., carriage 
painter. 

717 Bittancourt, Richard E., bar- 
tender. 
718 Jackson, Wm. R., bartender. 

722 Partridge, Frank, printer. 

724 Roche, Patrick, longshoreman. 

726 Walker, George,, ship carpenter. 

730 Wilson, Wm., musician. 

734 Maynard, Harry. 

736 Daly, Arthur, electrician. 

740 Dewsnap, Hannah, widow. 

744 Fraser, Peter, laborer. 

745 Wilkinson, Thomas, stonemason. 
752 Proctor, Frederick, physician. 

Blanchard Avenue intersects. 
809 Anderson, Lars N., stonecutter. 
818 Meiss, Manuel, cigar maker. 
822 Frank, John, carpenter. 
826 Young, Wm., teamster. 

828 Erikson, Annie, widow. 

829 Beer, Wm. E., clerk. 

830 Brown, Nelson, harness maker. 

831 Davison, Robert, wood turner. 

836 Lipsky, Alexander. 

837 Occupied. 

840 Sims, Eliza, widow. 

841 Collier, Janet S., widow. 

842 Kaminski, Joseph, tailor. 



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1406 GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA, B.C. 



HINTON ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED 

ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES. 911 Government St., Victoria Phone 38 



Caledonia Avenue 



STREETS 



Carbery Gardens 259 



845 Moses, Daniel D. 

Quadra intersects. 

904 Vacant. 
906 Vacant. 

910 Watson, Harry R., salesman. 

911 Lewis, David. 

912 Mowat, John, engineer. 

915 Coates, Wm. H., stove fitter. 

916 Newcome, John M., Capt. 

919 Biclcerdike, Harry. 

920 Harris, Arthur. 

923 McDonald, John C, detective. 
926 Bryant, John D. 

929 Jeune, Philiph. 

930 Hedley, Jennie, widow. 

933 Stevens, David. 

934 MacPherson, Mrs. Gertrude. 

937 Collis, Esther, widow. 

938 Ward, John Wm. 

942 Cuzner, Mark W., salesman. 

946 Lawrence, Geoffrey, ship car- 
penter. 

953 McFadden, Robert, butcher. 

955 Holmes, James, machinist. 

958 Mulliner, Frank W., baggage- 
man. 

960 Noble, Jane, widow. 

963 Kendall, Wm. M., blacksmith. 

964 Watson, Bessie, widow. 
969 Jeune, Helier P. 

973 Jeune, Walter P., driver. 

974 Hodgson, George N., accountant. 

1002 Wills, Frank H., carpenter. 

1003 Kneeshaw, Robert H. 
1009 Hawke, Richard, shedman. 
1014 Richards, Thomas, capt. 

1019 Alexander, John, truckman. 

1020 Griffiths, Joseph H., watchman. 
1023 Williams, David, engineer. 
1037 Pascoe, Elizabeth J., widow. 
1028 Joyce, — , carpenter. 

1031 Alderson, George. 

1035 Ford, Elizabeth, widow. 

1043 Davies, Henry, retired. 

Cook intersects. 

1102 iSt. Barnabas Church (Anglican). 
1112 Miller, Ernest G., Rev., rector St. 
Barnabas Church. 

1115 Foster, Willis M., printer. 

1116 Wilson, Polly, widow. 

1117 Keappock, Marie. 

1120 Rowlands, Wm. H., mariner. 

1121 Richards, David. 

1125 Wharton, Marie, widow. 

1128 Wood, Thomas E., manager Albion 

Stove Works. 
1134 Reid, Jane. 

1136 Knott, Herbert T., contractor and 

builder. 

1137 Cullum, Wm. J. 

1141 Knott, Robert, bricklayer. 



Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Mills: 355 Garbally Road Phone 864 
City Office cor. Fort and Broad Streets 

Best quality Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Moldings 
and Lath, furnished customers. 



1142 Bailey, Sarah, widow. 

1146 Diddiard, Thomas. 

1153 Wood, James, blacksmith. 

1159 Carlow, Jane, widow. 

1168 King, Michael. 

Chambers intersects. 

1220 Booth, Mary A. 

1221 King, Jabez H., express. 

1224 Paul, Neil S., Steam Dye Works. 

CAMERON 

From 1153 Pembroke southwards be- 
tween Cook and Chambers. 

2001 Weber, Harry, postman. 

2003 Moar, Sarah, widow. 

2005 Holland, Harvey, musician. 

2009 Pollis, Suigi. 

2011 Pusey, Leonard, street superin- 

dent. 
2013 Fisher, Henry, laborer. 
2017 Webber, John, master mariner. 
2021 Roberts, John, laborer. 

CAMOSUN 

From 1240 Yates to Grant. 

No. 2 Fire Hall. 
1315 Holland, A. P., carpenter. 
1319 Playfair, W. E., journalist. 
1322 McConnell, Alfred P., clerk. 

Johnson intersects. 
1409 Watchorn, Wm. John, bookkeeper. 
1415 Nicholas, Ellas, painter. 

CANTEEN ROAD 

(Esquimalt) from Esquimait Road 
northwards, near Esquimalt Village. 

Isbester, James, jr. 

Hardie, Gordon H., "Victoria 

House." 
Richards, John, laborer. 
Worth, William. 
Isbister, James, sr. 
B. C. Foundry and Engine Works 

Co., Ltd. 
Waglard, Wm. 
Jacques, Mrs. Isabella. 

CARBERY GARDENS. 
From Fort southwards, next Pember- 
ton Road. 



LAWRENCE GOODACRE& SONS 

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS. 1327 Government, Cor. Johnson, Victoria 



QUEEN'S MAI^KET 

Established 1858 



THE PLILEY AUTOMOBILE CO., Ltd. 



Automobile Garage, 606 Government, Victoria 



Phone 695 



260 Carbery Gardens 



VICTORIA 



Cedar Hill Road 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

STOCKS, BONDS, HIGH 
GRADE INVESTMENTS 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitan Block 

VICTORIA, B. C. 



1000 Fletcher, E. H., P. O. inspector. 

1002 Williams, Stewart, auctioneer. 

1003 Keast, Catherine, widow. 

1004 Coulthard, Mrs. John H. 
1008 Foote, Trevor M., accountant. 
1013 Vacant. 

1015 Butler, L. L., real estate. 

1016 Brett, Robert E., insurance broker. 

1021 Tracksell, E. M., real estate. 

1022 Phipps, Mrs. C. E. 

CAREY ROAD 

From Saanich Road northwesterly. 

Anderson, Wm., stonecutter. 
Dickson, John F., accountant. 
Robbins, Capt. E. E. 
Forbes, Daniel H., carpenter. 
Cook, Bon. 
"Vacant. 

Burrill, John W., carpenter. 
Creamery, vacant. 

CARRIE 

From Celvilie Road to Craigflower 
Road. 

James, Richard, laborer. 

Steele, — , engineer. 

Lee, Edwin, miner. 

Madden, Joseph L., machinist. 

Webb, Alexander, agent. 

McFaun, William, machinist. 

CARRALL 

Off Burnside Road, first north of 
Washington Avenue. 

3028 Davidson, Mary W., widow. 
3160 Kelly, Frederick. 
3162 New house. 

CATHERINE STREET 

(Victoria West) from Lime Bay 
northwards to Selkirk Water. 

300 Tollich, John, retired. 

308 Fiction, Charles, gunsmith. 

314 Sommerville, William, marine en- 
gineer. 

328 Welsh, P., widow. 

332 Jenkins, Charles P., carpenter. 

336 Watson, Alexander, Jr., ship 
builder. 
E. & N. Railway track intersects. 



337 Cook, Hubert P., ship carpenter. 
Lime intersects. 
Homans, Edwin, laborer. 
500 Fletcher, William R., conductor, 

E. & N. Railway. 
502 Hall, Lewis, Dr., dentist. 
Henry intersects. 

616 Crowther, Daniel, painter. 

617 Forde, James N., conductor, E. & 

N. Railway. 
707 Fuller, De Witt, manager. 
715 Skipsey, John T., blacksmith. 
722 Victoria West Athletic Associa- 
tion. 
McDowell, Joseph A. 

Edward intersects. 

802 Fire Hall, No. 4. 

803 Stanley, Samuel H., butcher shop. 
810 Redding, Thomas, grocer. 

815 Stanley, Samuel H., butcher. 

821 Blunden, Charles H., butcher. 

822 Redding, Thomas, grocer. 

825 Harper, Wesley, city policeman. 
847 Roach, William J., foreman gas 
works. 

Langford intersects. 

912 McNaughton, A. B., musician. 

914 Street, Eliza L., widow Alfred. 

Skinner intersects. 

1004 Newman, William S., road master. 

1014 Steele, Peter, saloon keeper. 

1020 Vacant. 

1021 Hamilton, Richard J., real estate. 
Graham, Mrs. F. J., widow. 

Jessie intersects. 
1103 Semple, Robert, machinist. 
1109 Siebenbaum, H., saloon keeper. 

1114 Purman, Ambrose A., sr. 

1115 Nisbet, Philip R., carpenter. 
1127 Brown, Thomas H., master mari- 
ner. 

1133 Boggs, Beaumont, real estate. 
1135 Gray, Andrew. 

CEDAR HILL ROAD 

From 1256 Walnut Street northwards. 

2410 Vacant. 

2421 Lyon, James, fitter. 

2422 Clark, Fred, butcher. 

Edmonton Road intersects. 
Jewish cemetery. 
2696 Wingate, Stephen E., farmer. 

Hillside Avenue intersects 
2753 Wain, Harry, carpenter. 
2786 Robinson, James R., tallyman. 
2801 Ford, Elizabeth, widow. 
2817 White, James, gardener. 
2821 Hipwood, Wm., gardener. 



Lewisville Hotel 

CHEMAINUS, B. C. 



Special Attention Given to Tourists 
and Commercial Men. 

Newly Built and Refurnished Throughout. 

S. J. HAGAN, Proprietor 



HARDWARE 
PAINTS, OILS 

AND 

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STOVES 

and HEATERS 



THE SHORE HARDWARE GO. LTD. 

1400-1402 GOVERNMENT STREET 
Phone 64-4. VICTORIA P. o. Box 46 



RAZORS 
SCISSORS 
TABLE AND 
POCKET CUT- 
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AMMUNITION 



Cedar Hill Road 



STREETS 



Chatham Street 261 



2831 Bosence, R. J., miner. 
2838 Simpson, Edward, dairy, 
Oakland Avenue ends. 

CENTRAL AVENUE 

From Boundary Road to Monterey. 
Freethy, Wm. R., miner. 
Henshall, Enoch, farmer. 

CENTRE ROAD 

From 2126 Ridge Road to Fernwood 
Road. 

1271 Simmonds, A. E., porkbutcher. 

1272 Behnsen, Henry F. W., cigar 

manufacturer. 

1275 Askey, John S., fishmonger. 

1279 Farrington, Marcella, S. G., widow. 

1281 Bennett, Alexander G., stone- 
mason. 

1283 North, Jane, widow. 

1286 Behnsen & Co., cigar factory. 

1287 Davies, Philip J., laborer. 
1289 Butler, Clifford, electrician. 

1293 Townsend, John, master mariner. 

CHAMBERLAIN PLACE 

From 1853 Oak Bay Avenue south- 
wards (formerly called Wilson 
Street). 

1068 Dunaway, Mrs. Carrie. 

1069 Doan, George. 
1074 New house. 
1081 Vacant. 

CHAMBERS 

From 1152 Johnson to Bay. 

1402 Zarelli, Anthonv. 

1403 Briggs, Albert J. 
1407 Paget-Ford, Cecil. 
1411 Macdonald, Ernest. 
1421 Rudlin, Sophia, widow. 

Rudlin begins. 
1503 Ash, John. 
1507 Tribe, George. 
1511 Whittington, Ernest W. 

Pandora Avenue intersects. 

Victoria Water Works, repair 
shop. 
1621 Lawless, Michael. 
1624 Cameron, Ewen J., real estate 
1628 Fulton, Percy M. 
1632 Moore, Wm., purser. 

Fisguard intersects 
1715 Whttaker, Wm., barber. 

North Park intersects 
1803 Coulter, George. 
1809 Young, John J., shoemaker. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

WHOLESALE WRAPPING PAPER 

PAPER BAGS, ETC. 

LET ME QUOTE YOU PRICES 

620 Cormorant Street - Victoria, B. C. 



1815 Monk, Edward J., express. 
1823 Bannerman, Alexander. 
Vining intersects 

1902 Herburger, August, machinist. 

1903 Meredith, Richard. 

Caledonia Avenue intersects. 

1925 Mills, Henry E. 
1929 Camsusa, Louis. 

Gladstone intersects 

Andernach, Eberherd, jeweler. 

2005 Spring Ridge Primary SchooL 

2006 Grassick, John F., stereotyper. 
2008 Pike, Arthur, engineer. 

2018 Taylor, Newman, clerk. 

2019 Johnston, Minnie (widow). 
2025 Beeve, Arthur, clerk. 

2028 Bolden, John Wm., contractor. 

Pembroke intersects 

2101 Keatings, Walter, stenographer. 
2127 Jones, George J., carpenter. 
Princes Avenue intersects. 

City Pound. 

Queen's Avenue intersects. 
2302 The Lion Saloon. 
2421 Goodman, Baldwin, laborer. 

CHANCERY LANE 

(See Bastion Street.) 

CHAPMAN STREET 

Off Cook (South end), next May 
Street. 

Stubington, E. W., auctioneer. 

CHARLES STREET 

From 1706 Denman to Edmonton 
Road. 

2314 Dods, Robert, bookkeeper. 

CHATHAM STREET 

From 1900 Store to Douglas. 

501 Occ. 
503 " 

505 " 
507 " 
509 " 



NORTH-WEST REAL ESTATE CO. 

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635-7JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA PHONE487 



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Supplies 



262 Chatham Street 



VICTORIA 



Collinson 



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AWARDED 
WORLDS FAIR 



5DDA 
WATER 



Government intersects 

610 Occ. 

611 

614 

615 

617 

619 

620 

621 

623 

624 

631 

635 

CHAUCER STREET 

From Foul Bay Road to Burns St. 

Vacant. 

Macdonald, Norman, moulder. 
Evans, Arthur, nurse. 
Losie, Mrs. Ada. 

CHESTER STREET 

From Oscar to Fairfield Foad. 

426 Hughes, Edward, electrician. 

CHESTNUT AVENUE 

From 1718 Fort, opp. Jubilee Avenue, 
to Pandora Avenue. 

1813 Cuthbert. Thomas N., clerk. 
1820 Grant, Frank W., clerk. 
1827 Teague, Eliza. 

CHURCHWAY 

Part of Burdeitte Avenue. 



Bay Avenue to 



CLARA STREET 
From 1831 Oak 
Cowan Avenue. 

1075 Waller, Henry. 

CLARENCE STREET 

From 500 Niagara to Simcoe. 

Ill Pengelley, Francis T., salesman. 
117 Parsell, Thomas, traveller. 
119 Roff, Robert, emigration officer. 
122 Borthwick, George A. 
125 Pike, Henry, clerk. 



129 Schroeder, Alfred, grocer. 
131 Ferguson, Alexander, purser. 
134 McDonald, Alexander, carpenter. 
137 Hubbard, Thomas C, clerk. 

Simcoe intersects 
141 Johnston, James M., cigar maker. 
146 Gibson, William W. 

CLARKE 

From 1334 Pembroke to Denman. 

2120 Mould, Robert H., merchant. 

2213 McGregor, M. 

2215 Vacant. 

2217 Perkins, John E. 

2219 Evans, Robert, teamster. 

2221 Davie, Alexander, machinist. 

2223 Murry, Thomas, carpenter. 

CLOVER POINT 

Dallas Road beyond Beacon Hill 
Park. 

CLOVERDALE AVENUE 

From Douglas to Quadra, North of 
city limits. 

Poison, Angus. 
Price, Harry A., painter. 
Ormond, Oliver, mcht. 
Mogridge, John J., engineer. 
Armson, James L., clerk. 
Tolmle, Simon F., vet. surg. 
Tolmie, John W., "Cloverdale." 
Dumbleton, Alan, barrister. 
McGregor, George, Marine eng. 

COBURG 

From 115 Oswego to Randall. 

310 Young, George, clerk. 

315 Stewart, Duncan, engineer. 

316 Givens, David T., printer. 

317 Wilson, William, engineer. 
322 Evans, John, retired. 

336 Hildermeister, Frederick, retired. 
344 Webster, David, engineer. 

COLLINGWOOD PLACE ESQUIMALT 
Runs south from Esquimalt Road, 
opposite Admiralty Road. 

Driver, Robert, horse shoer. 
Rankin Thomas S., engineer. 
Dobson, Albert H., staff sergeant. 

COLLINSON 

From 830 Victoria Crescent to Trutoh 
Street. 

801 Saunders, Mrs. M. 

823 Vacant. 

827 Cowan, Thomas D., carpenter. 

838 Perkins, Ann, Mrs. 



TZOUHALEM HOTEL, 



DUNCAN, E. & N. RAILWAY, 

VANCOUVER ISLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



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STREETS 



Cook 263 



841 St. Joseph's Hospital. 

860 Smith, William P., engineer. 

Rupert intersects. 
903 Liamont, D., agent. 
907 Hart, John, clerk. 
912 McKitrick, Mrs. 

916 Robertson, George, master mar- 
iner. 
920 Ironside, Charles M., purser. 

923 Sharp, Louise. 

924 Rogers, Emma, widow Albert. 
930 Lombard, C. A., clerk. 

933 Robinson, James W., steward. 

936 Lee, Arthur. 

937 Carter, Edward, constable. 

938 Gilson, Alfred, real estate. 
942 Bassett, A., clerk. 

946 Neill, George, printer. 

949 Brown, R. A., hardware agent. 
Vancouver intersects. 
1008 McKenzie, Colin C, electrician. 
1011 Hall, Margaret, widow. 
1018 Whitley, Agnes, widow. 
1020 Hine, Calvin F., taxidermist. 
1032 Bagshaw, Ralph, gardener. 
1041 MacMillan, Charles, Major. 
1044 Codd, A., Lieut.-Col. 
1048 Smith, Jane, widow. 

CGLVILLE ROAD 

From Dominion Road to Lampson, 
near Craigflower Road. 

Willis, James H., laborer^ 
Nyland, John, carpenter. 
Lewis, L. P., retired. 
Adams, Thomas, laborer. 
Welsh, John O., bookkeeper. 

COMMERCIAL ALLEY 
From 540 Bastion to Yates. 

Morena Cigar Co. 

Moss, Henry, commission agent. 

CONNAUGHT ROAD 

(Victoria West) from Alderman 
Road to Dominion Road. 

702 Birnett, John, blacksmith. 
705 Lohbrunner, E., Mrs. 

CONSTAN'~E AVENUE 

(Esquimait) intersects Esquimalt 
Road west of Admiralty Road. 

Gray, Wm., "Daylesford." 

Ricketts, Charles, laborer. 

Ricketts, Fred, laborer. 

Morrow, Alexandra, engineer. 

James, Charles, "Beaumont." 

Stallard, Henry C. 

Campbell, Mrs. M. J., "Blink 
Bonnie." 




Ricketts, Albert, "Clarence Cot- 
tage." 
Cook, George J., broker. 
Pell, Fred G. 

Esquimait Road intersects. 
Leonard, Mrs. T. M., "Hollydale." 
Nunn, Robt. H., watchman. 
Charlton, T. E. 
Buscombe, Joseph, laborer. 
Day, George, laborer. 
Lloyd, John, lineman. 
Redmond, Wm., physician. 
First Street intersects. 
Walker, Wm., "Woodville." 
Lugrin, Herbert, painter. 

CONSTANCE STREET 

From Discovery to Rock Bay. 
2028 Sayward, J. A., sawmill. 

COOK 

From Dallas Road (Beacon Hill) to 
northern limits of city. 

398 White, Arthur, laborer. 
Southgate ends. 
428 Frampton, Albert T., timber 
broker. 

Pakington ends. 
Coliinson intersects. 

601 Johnston, George J. 
607 Camsusa, Leon J., traveller. 
622 Irving, Paulus Emilius, judge, 
"Halwyn." 
Richardson intersects. 

705 McCurrach, John, tailor. 

706 Smith, Thomas R., J. P., "Ethe- 

wold." 

709 McArthur, Ifabella, widow. 

714 Langton, Henr-y Francis, accoun- 
tant. 

719 Vantreight, Florence, widow. 
McClure intersects. 

802 le Maistre, William, barrister. 

803 Bailey, Samuel O. 
806 "Vacant. 



QUAMICHAN HOTEL 



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VICTORIA 



Cormorant 



BEACON HILL PARK. V ICTORIA. 

The Home School For Boys. 
Principal - J. W. CHURCH, IVj-A. 



810 Penwick, Miss, school. 
813 Hickey, Patrick, engineer. 
816 Dougall, John, retired. 
819 Jones, Mrs. Macnaughton. 

Burdette Avenue intersects. 

902 Johnston, John H., real estate. 

905 Collison, John, "Firwood." 

906 Fraser-Barron, Martha, widow. 
910 Moresby, Mary A., widow. 

918 Elliott, Richard T., barrister. 

921 Savannah Jack, photographer. 
Belcher intersects. 
1002 Courtney, Mary J., widow. 
1005 Locke, P., master mariner. 
1011 Vacant. 

1014 Smith, Mrs. W. H. 

1015 Nodek, Isidor M., financial agent. 
1019 Hartman, Seigfrid M., dentist. 
1019 Luscombe, Thomas, landscape 

gardener. 

Fort intersects. 
1108 Davis, Maurice, miner. 
1110 Brewster, J., hack driver. 
1112 Belleau, George. 
1118 Kerr, Mrs. J. R. 
1120 Tomlin, Richard, cond. B. C. E. R. 

View intersects. 
1215 
1217 
1219 



McDermott, Patrick. 
Guptill, Loren. 

Fitzpatrick, John E., plumber. 
Yates intersects. 
1313 Sutton, Alfred A., miller. 

1317 Sequin, Joseph E., waiter. 

1318 Newberry, Albert E., farmer. 
1321 McLennan, Theodore, carpenter. 
1325 Murdoch, John M. 

1329 Occ. 

Johnson intersects. 
1403 Roper, Hudson. 

1409 Litster, George, plumber. 

1410 Mayor, Arthur C, carpenter. 
1413 Jarvis, Alice, widow. 

1415 Simpson, barber. 

1417 Brownhill, John, laborer. 

1418 Dewier, Wellington J., city clerk. 

Pandora Avenue intersects. 
1515 Fredenick, John. 
1518 McConnell, James, laborer. 
1522 White, Henry A., foreman. 



1526 Vacant. 

1530 Eakins, Wm. J. 

Mason intersects. 
1603 Newson, Eliza, widow 

1616 Longpre, Gaspard, tinsmith. 

1617 Marrow, Wm., carpenter. 
1623 Musson, Edwin, carpenter. 

Fisguard intersects. 
1704 Smith, Peter S., grocer. 

1708 Chapman, Edward P., butcher. 

1709 Vacant. 

1711 New house. 

1712 Martin, Alvis, machinist. 
1714 Croghan, Wm., truckman 
1718 Whitfield, George, blacksmith. 
1720 Jackson, Edward, shoemaker. 

1724 Phipps, Rubert, baker. 

1725 Neelands Edward H., carriage 

maker. 

1728 Sheppard, James. 

1729 Legg, John T., baker and con- 

fectioner. 

1732 Jones, Ernest B., grocer. 

1733 Soper, Rosa J., dry goods. 

1733 Godfrey Archibald G., contractor. 

North Park intersects. 
1803 Margison, Arthur S. 

1807 McBrady, Delia, widow. 

1808 Heanski, A., carpenter. 

1809 Smith John, truckman. 
1812 Beynon, Wm., Capt. 

1817 Blaney, Arnold, pressman. Col- 
onist. 
Caledonia Avenue intersects. 
1902 Longfield, Arthur. 
1915 Savory Wm. G., gardener. 
White, Arthur, bookkeeper. 
1950 Royal Athletic Park. 

Pembroke intersects. 
Bay intersects. 
2425 McGregor, Charles A., cont. 
2545 Peirce, Williams E., sign writer. 

King's Road ends. 
2691 B. C. Protestant Orphanage. 

Hillside Avenue intersects. 
2805 Haggard, Alfred H., manager. 
2809 Wiltshire, William, laborer. 
George Wm. H., rancher. 
Tolmie Avenue intersects. 
French, Chas. H. 

CORMORANT 

From 1500 Store St. to Quadra. 

506 Wing Chong Co., rice mill. 

507 Fow Yuen, shoemaker. 

510 Oriental Importing Co. 

511 Painter, J. E. & Son, wood and 
coal. 

513 Yucho Chow, photographer. 



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STREETS 



Courtney 265 



514 Sam Kee & Co., tailors. 

515 Yee Tai Co. 

517 Ham Yick, merchandise. 

519 Hip Yick & Co., merchandise. 

521 Mun Yuen Wo Kee & Co. 

522 Yee Wo. 
522 Yee Hing. 

524 Mee Hing. 

525 Mission School. 

526 Gain Lun & Co., merchandise. 

527 Wing Fook Yuen, merchandise. 

528 Kwong Sang Lung, merchandise. 

529 Quon On Co. 

530 Doong Chung & Co., merchant. 

531 Wah Chong. 

533 Lore Yuen, Sang & Co., tailors. 

534 Lai Hong Chong, restaurant. 

536 F. K. Tai Chung Lung Co., em- 

ployment agents. 

537 Hang Wo Lung Kee, fancy 

goods. 
539 Tai Hing. 

541 Kong Wai Tong. 

542 Bow Lung, merchandise. 

543 Gin Kee, merchandise. 

546 Chung Wo Yuck Kee Co., mer- 

chandise. 

547 Yuen Lung, merchandise. 

548 Man Wing. 

549 Ying Chong Lung & Co., rice 

mills. 

550 Wo Yee &Co., curios. 

551 Wa Kee, merchandise. 
553 Sun Sun Co., fruiterer. 

555 Kwong On Lung, merchandise. 

556 Fook Wo & Co. 

557 Wa Lung. 

558 Kwong Yuen Chong, merchand- 

ise. 

559 Sun Loon & Co., curios. 

560 Man Yuck Tong, drugs. 
562 Vacant. 

Government intersects. 
610 Booth ,S. J. 
612 Johnston, Philip T., seeds. 
614 Spragge's Oil Works. 
618 Vacant. 
620 Holmes, Charles, wholesale paper. 

City Market. 
626 Victoria & Sidney Railway depot. 
632 Headquarters, Fire Department. 
634 Fire Chief's office. 
636 Wah Yun & Co., merchandise. 
640 Wah Ying Rice Mill Co. 
642 Hong Yuen & Co. 
647 Police Station. 

Douglas intersects. 
717 Yeates, John. 
719 Medina, Mrs. Mary H. 
723 Ledinhgam, R., carriage works. 
728 Chinese Girls' Rescue Home. 
731 Goodacre's stable. 
737 Wing Hop, dry goods. 



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STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 
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JAS. R. MCKINNELL, PROP. 

N A N A I M Q, B.C. 

738 Chinese. 
744 Kipling, Tobias. 
748 Sue War, laundry. 
752 Vacant. 

756 Eccles, Robert, plasterer. 

757 Quagliotti, L. J. 

Blanchard Intersects. 
813 Nevison, Stephen, baker. 

816 S'mith, Francis D., carpenter. 

817 Winch, Marie, widow. 

821 Joseph, L. B., timber dealer. 

823 Hayman, Kate. 

824 Barrett, Louis, haker. 

825 McGregor, James H., carpenter. 

Amelia ends 
828 Watkins, Mary H., widow. 
836 Weeks, John. 
840 Lineham, Arthur, real estate. 
844 Gillis, John J., carpenter. 
849 Vacant. 
854 Vacant. 

CORNWALL AVENUE 

From 1249 Fairfield Road to Richard- 
son. 

460 Ritchie, James. 

514 Bothwell, James J., bartender. 

COURT ALLEY 

From Chancery Lane to Yates. 

4 Boomerang, The, hotel. 

COURTNEY 

From 901 Wharf to Vancouver. 

604 Wilson, J. B., barber. 

605 Metropolitan Building. 

U. S. Immigration Service. 
Red Fir Lumber Co., Ltd. 
So. Wellington Coal Mines, Ltd. 



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Automobiles For Hire At Ail Hours 

REPAIRING AND STORING 



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Phone 241 



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VICTORIA 



Craigfiower Road 



THE GREAT WEST 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIN W JONES, 

Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phone 282. ROOM 12, METROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B. C. 



U. S. Consul. 

Hillis, Percy D., timber. 

Brownrigg, C. J. 

Jones, Griffin W. 

Gordon intersects 
614 Cusaclc, T. R., printer, 
621 Morries, Jennie. 
643 Hart, E. C, physician. 

Douglas intersects. 
706 Homan, Frederick, sr. 
710 Engelson, Harold C, laborer, 

714 Brayshaw, Thomas M., wagon 

works. 

715 Russel, Louis, florist. 
722 Mortimer, John & Son. 

725 Archment, Robert A., hack pro- 

prietor. 

726 Murphy, Mrs., laundry hand, 

729 Bridges, Mrs. H. E. 

730 Jeeves, John, drayman. 
736 Carter, Mrs. E. A. 

745 Christiansen, Peter, contractor. 

747 McDougall, Mrs. C, R. 

755 Prudom, Charles, dry goods, 
Blanchard intersects. 

810 Hepburn, John, contractor and 
builder. 

814 Lister. Alfred J., clerk. 

818 Muckle, Thomas, stone cutter. 

818 Frith, Fenwick W., retired. 

824 Fabert, J. A. 

824 McKenzie, Claude I., 'machinist. 

828 McKay, Peter H., retired. 

834 Gillis, Elizabeth, widow. 

840 Trotter, John, lineman. 

846 Cornwall, Hon. Clement F., re- 
tired. 

852 Wootton, Eliza, widow. 
Quadra intersects. 

936 Bradley, E. W., assistant city 
clerk. 

941 Millett, George, gardener. 

942 Kickaby, J, B. H., manufacturers' 

agent. 
952 Rant, W. J., captain. 

COWICHAN STREET 

From Cowan Avenue southwards, 
next to Huiton, 

Tucker, Wm., laborer. 



Bridges, Wm., clerk. 
"Wright, P. v., postman. 
Dawson, Allen, carpenter. 

CRAIGFLOWER ROAD 

From Skinner (Victoria West) north 
west. 

Beaven, C. F„ real estate. 
501 Gaudin, James, Captain, agent 
Marine and Fisheries Dept. 
Painter, James E., wood and coal. 
Grant, William C, broker. 
Pine begins. 
530 Robertson, A. G., grocer. 

Belton Avenue intersects. 
602 Hamilton, A., accountant. 
608 Atkins, William, shipwright. 
614 Tait, J. L., bookkeeper. 
617 Grant, G. Harold, mining en- 
gineer. 
633 Styles, — , expressman. 
639 Nicholson, A. P., .mariner. 
645 Smith, W. B., undertaker. 

Sunnyside Avenue begins. 

701 Audain, Major, "Burleith." 
Alderman Road begins. 
706 McKeil, R. E., Mrs. 
722 Stewart, D. B., messenger. 
743 Winter, George, coachman. 
1014 Dawe, Frank, cabinet maker, 
1116 Fullerton, R. M., retired. 
Dominion Road ends. 
Bentley, John, prospector. 
Brennen, Mrs. (widow). 
Hamilton, Z. M., real estate. 
Vacant. 

Ramsay, George, machinist. 
Kennedy, T. S., retired. 
Anderson, Robert, carriage bidr. 

Carrie ends. 
Stiran, G. S., carpenter. 
Brown, P. R., real estate. 
Brain, A. W., clerk. 
Forrest, Alex. F., retired, 

"Phoenix ends. 
Collister, Mrs. R. (widow). 

Arcadia begins. 
Battersby, G. W., clerk, 
Goslyn. 

Dockings, William, blacksmith. 
Kosche, Carl, hair dresser. 
Poole, Isaac, retired. 
Whitmer, A. M., millwright. 

Lampson ends. 
Heams, Henry. 
Rombough, Buell, motoneer. 



Xnniversit^ School, IDtctona, Bntieh dolumbla 



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ESTABLISHED 1862. 



917-92! GOVERNMENT STREET 



Cranmore Road 



STREETS 



Dallas Road 267 



CRANMORE ROAD 

From Cadboro Bay Road, near Wil- 
lows, east towards Oak Bay. 

Blakemore, A. H., contractor. 
Crane, Henry. 

CRESCENT ROAD 

From Mills Street eastwiard around 
Foul Bay. 

1853 Fisher, Duncan, carpenter. 
Foul Bay Road intersects. 
McCallum, A. C, retired. 

CROFT 

From 435 Niagara to Simcoe. 

115 Cairns, Alexander T., teacher. 

121 Andrew, Helen C. (widow). 

125 Freeman, John. 

131 Oddy, Benj. S., real estate. 

137 Noble, Wilson, carpenter. 

145 Tripp, Charles F., tailor. 

149 Fleming, Perley, emp. C. P. R. 

CROSS 

From 642 Montreal to Quebec. 
210 Aitken, Archibald, engineer. 
218 Kirkpatrick, Arthur I., employee 

Weiler Bros. 
224 Clark, Parker, contractor. 
232 Cameron, Sol., contractor. 

CULDUTHEL ROAD 

From Carey Road westward to Whit- 
tier Avenue. 

Brownsey, Geo., laborer. 
Printer, Chas., laborer. 
Dykes, Fred., furrier. 
Anderson, Andrew R., engineer. 

DALLAS AVENUE 

From 650 Dallas Road to Battery. 

15 Waddington, F. 

16 Brown, Charlotte (widow). 
20 Ryan. Thos. J., real estate. 

23 Smith, Charles H., photographic 

supplies. 
26 Vacant. 
29 Allan, Wm. M. 

32 McMillan, Russell H., com. agent. 
38 Bennet, P. H., barrister. 
46 Neroutsos, Cyril D., Capt. 

DALLAS ROAD 

From Erie (Outer Wharf) to Ross 
Bay Cemetery. 

7 Victoria Chemical Co., Ltd. 

17 Smith, Henry, superintendent of 

wharves. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

= JAPANESE FANCY GOODS = 

1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street pu___ ir.r,A 



35 Wilson, B. Co., Ltd., smoke house. 

56 Dallas Hotel. 

66 Phillips, Joseph D. 

72 Penwill, Charles T., contractor. 

76 Vidler, Elizabeth, widow. 

80 Smith, Edward J., photographer. 

86 Tait, Robert, sr., contractor. 

88 Ashton, Herbert S., agent. 

90 Dean, Willis M., druggist. 

St. Lawrence begins. 
Niagara begins. 

104 Smith, Sarah A., widow M. R. 

110 Merrick, Thomas P., manager. 

114 Diespecker, Rudolphe, engineer. 

118 Bathgate, Douglas, engineer. 

118 (rear) Barbour, Chas. H., bar- 
tender. 

120 Wattie, James A., M. A. 

120b Vacant. 

126 Hume, Clarence B., merchant. 

132 Atkins, William, chief customs 
clerk. 

138 Newcombe, Charles F., retired. 

152 Cooke, Edward A., expressman. 
Montreal begins. 
Oswego begins. 

312 Burns, Gavin H., real estate. 
San Juan Avenue begins. 

322 Cole, Harry T., painter. 
Boyd begins. 

402 Stevens, Francis T., stair builder. 

408 Anderson, Anthony, stock broker. 

422 Holland, Joshua, contractor. 

430 Winkler, Frederick C, manager. 
Lewis begins. 

438 Dier, Harry, dentist. 

Menzies begins. 

502 McDermott, Alexander, stevedore. 



Pacific Sheet Metal Works 

Office and Works : 931 VIEW STREET, VICTORIA, B. G. 

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Sole Agents for " New Idea " Hot Air Furnaces 



West End Grocery Company^ Ltd. 

SELLING AGENTS FOR "VOONIA TEA" 



PHONES 88 &; 1761 



VICTORIA, B. C. 



THE WINDSOR, NANAImo, b. c. 

Joseph Fox, - Proprietor 

Headquarters for Commercial Men. Well Lighted Sample Rooms 



268 Dallas Road 



VICTORIA 



Delta 



TRAVELLING MAN OR TOURIST 

— ^ IF TOU WANT A 

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E. A. Hoskins, Prop. 



508 Penwill, Charles T., retired. 
514 Criddle, Percy, secretary. 
530 Leeming, Thomas, broker. 
540 Innes, Alex. S., barrister. 
544 Tasse, Joseph, cigar manufac- 
turer. 
550 Richardson, Frederick, commer- 
cial traveler. 
South Turner begins. 
564 Swannell, Frank. P. L. S. 
572 Moore, Herbert W. R., barrister. 
576 Vacant. 

Government intersects. 
618 Milne, Geo. L., M. D. 
638 MacDougall, Edwin. 

Dallas Avenue begins. 
642 Little, M. J., jeweler. 
648 Strachan, Elizabeth, widow. 
664 Meed, Wm. E. 

Douglas begins. 

Beacon Hill Park. 

Moss Intersects. 



1362 

1464 
1472 
1482 
1498 
1508 
1526 
1602 



1646 
1652 
1658 
1664 
1670 



Walker, P. de N., private secre- 
tary. 
Blackwell, L. Miss, teacher. 
Hull, George, painter. 
Jones, Frank, constable. 
Ermer, H., ladies' tailor. 
Smith, John T., gardener. 
Henley, James, laborer. 
Hosking, Christopher L. 
Bushby ends 
May ends. 
Corry, Frederick C, draughtsman. 
Johnson, Arthur E., printer. 
Vacant. 

Armstrong, Wm., steward. 
Campbell, R. G., Mrs. 



DALTON 

From 703 Esquimalt Road to Wilson. 

522 Evans, David M., tailor. 

545 Bland, Frederick W., engineer. 

DAVID 

From 2723 Turner to Gorge Road. 
415 Dick, Jane, widow. 



Turner intersects. 

Leigh, James & Sons, saw mill. 
421 McAskill, James, retired. 
433 Ogiivy, David A. N., retired. 
439 Fraser, Edgar A., brakeman. 
443 Ireland, John, constable. 

Bridge intersects. 
540 Burr, Charles R., motoneer, 
546 Blomquist, John, grocer. 
549 Miller, George, harness imaker. 
551 Jenkins, Frank W., upholsterer. 
553 Roberts, Alfred Wm., bricklayer. 

557 Mellor, Joseph, blacksmith. 

558 Dunn, John M., miner. 
565 Roberts, Henry, clerk. 

569 Rusta, Andrew, saloon keeper. 

570 Bayntun, Andrew, hack driver. 

573 Worth, FVank, teamster. 

574 Young, John S., farmer. 
Rock Bay Avenue intersects. 

612 Thompson, Samuel J., Rev. 

619 Knight, Elizabeth, widow. 

629 Thorpe's Mineral Water works. 

DAVIDSON AVENUE 

From Boleskine Road northwards to 
Culduthel Road. 

1 Vacant. 

DAVIE 

From Cowan Avenue to 1900 Fort. 

976 Moore, Robert, carpenter. ' 

1043 Vacant. 

1044 West, Wallace, plumber. 
1052 Trenberth, E. F., blacksmith. 
1058 Vacant. 

1071 Vacant. 
1075 Vacant. 

Oak Bay Avenue Intersects 
1082 Franck, J. H., traveller. 
1525 Ashworth Lily, widow L. 
1535 Scovill, Wm. D. 
1637 Kelly, Andrew. 

Leighston Road Intersects 

1703 Reid, Henry D., tailor. 

1715 Billard, Abram K., carpenter. 

1727 Anderson, William. 

1735 House, Gloria I., widow. 

1741 German, Mrs., widow. 

1745 Eagle, Henry. 

1916 Allen, Clement, laborer. 

DELTA 

From 466 Burnside Road to Gamma. 

3117 Smethurst, James, carpenter. 

3152 Newman, Charles, carpenter. 

3153 Walker, John W., woodworker. 



The Melrose Co., Limited 

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PHONE 95 



Denman 



STREETS 



Douglas 269 



DENMAN 

From 2200 Spring Road to Mount 
Tolmie Road. 

1252 Finleyson, Robert, carpenter. 
1256 Phillips, James W., porter. 
1260 Pellett, Harold, laborer. 
1264 Carter, George, watchman. 
1269 Clarke, George W., grocer. 
Ridge Road Intersects 

1271 Vacant. 

1274 Breidford, John, retired. 

1277 Barker, David, laborer. 

1278 Sivertz, Christian, postman. 

1279 Gerney, Lucy. 

1281 Griffiths, Even O., stonecutter. 

1283 Robbins, Moses R., watchmaker. 

1284 Hall, John, laborer. 

1291 Russell, Joseph, cigarmaker. 

1292 Hosking, Christopher, shingler. 

Fern wood Road Intersects 
1318 Brandson, Lena, Miss. 

Sayward Avenue Ends 
1324 McCorkall, James, tailor. 
1330 Cole, Stephen, confectioner. 

Haughton Ends 
1706 Marsden, George, caretaker. 
1712 Revercombe, Charles H., real es- 
tate. 
1722 Stewart, William C, 'bookbinder. 

DICKENS 

From Arm to Arcadia, Near Gorge 

Fawcett, Edgar, appraiser. 
Pawnace, G. F., rancher. 
Collister, J. R., gunsmith. 

DISCOVERY 

From 1900 Store to Blanchard Ave. 

502 B. C. E. R. Sheds. 

524 Shawnigan Lake Lumber Oo. yard 

544 Shawnigan Lake Lumber Co. 
stables. 
Government Intersects 

620 Burt, George, woodyard. 

623 Phoenix Brewery, stables and yd. 

632 Haggerty, John & Co., Ld., con- 
tractors. 

635 Hindus. 

637 Chinese. 

640 Cabins. 

642 Fisher, L J. J., blacksmith. 
Douglas Intersects 

709 Acton, Wm., grocer. 

710 Freel, James, moulder. 

717 Patterson, Wm. E., tallyman. 

721 Stubbs, Frank, teamster. 

722 Blair, Wm., photographer. 



Bank Fittings, Office Desks, School Desks, 
Opera Chairs, Lodge Furniture. 



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513 Hamilton St. 



Vancouver, B.C. 



725 Graham, Walter, tailor. 

728 New house. 

732 Gowen, Frederick A. 

733 Hole, Thomas, driver. 

738 Scowcroft, Wm., assessor. 

744 Clarke, James B., tinsmith. 

749 Sutton, Wm. J., mining engineer. 

756 Ker, Jessie, wid. 

DOMINION ROAD 

From Pine north to 743 Craigflower 
Road. 

1183 Mee, Mary J., Mrs., widow. 
Belton Avenue Intersects 

1189 Turner, A., bricklayer. 

Douglas Road Begins 
1200 Dominion Road, Johnston E. P., 

bookkeeper. 
1223 Cullison, L., foreman. 
1235 Read, John M., shoemaker. 
1251 Piatt, T. W., laborer. 

Nankerville, James P., carpenter. 

Coiville Road Begins 
iSalvsan, Tobias, driller. 

DOUGLAS ROAD 

From Dominion Road to Lampson, 
Near E. & N. Ry. 

Ellery, George, bookkeeper. 
Tait, Leonard, manager. 
Reeve, Robt. W., driver. 
Cave, Wm. J., bookkeeper. 
Porter, Arthur M., conductor. 
Bloor, Samson, engineer. 

DOUGLAS 

From Dallas Road (Beacon Hill) 
Northwards to City Limits. 
31 Punnett, R. B. 

VICTORIA INSTITUTE== 



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821 FORT near BLANCHARD, 



Swedish Masseur 
VICTORIA, B. C. 



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HEATING 



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1428 DOUGLAS ST. 

Telephone No. 226 VICTORIA 



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VICTORIA 



Douglas 



MANUFACTURING and RETAIL JEWELERS. 

We will carefully select for you any article 
you may require and forward same prompt- 
ly. Goods may be returned to us if not 
satisfactory, and money will be refunded. 

CHALLONER & MITCHELL, ™™c"*' 

Refer to drawer " J " when ordering. 



37 Canavan, H. W. Ebbs. 
45 Corrig College, J. W. Church, 
principal. 

Niagara Ends. 
109 Plimley, Thos. 
113 The Palms, tearoom. 
115 Mitchell, Wm. M., teacher. 
127 Mitchell, Geo. W. 
133 Norris, Fred. J. 

Simcoe Intersects 
201 Colonist Hotel. 
229 Kent, C. Herbert. 
239 Weiler, Otto, Park View. 
249 Hall. J. A., Lieut.-Col. 
255 Maddock, Wm., gardener. 

Avalon Road Ends 
303 Scott, Henry J. 
309 Gill, Wm. 

325 Gilbert, Justin, stenographer. 
331 Taylor, Mrs. F. A. 

Toronto Ends 
Michigan Ends 
509 South Park School. 

Blanchard Avenue Begins 
617 McKay, Eric B. 

James, Frederick, brakeman. 
Belleville Intersects 
Humboldt Intersects 
810 Daly, Mrs. S. C. 

823 Jubilee Greenhouses. 

824 Vacant. 

828 Coopman, Albert. 

Courtney Intersects 

911 Campbell, John, wharfinger. 

912 Union Club. 

913 Pearson, Alfred, confectioner. 

924 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church 
Broughton Intersects 
1007 Griffiths, William, contractor. 

1009 Avery, John, contractor. 

1010 Dominion Immigration Office. 
1012 Winstone, A. J. 

1016 Barnett, G., shoemaker. 

Marsh, H. C, real estate. 
1019 Verrinder, Ford R., dentist. 
1021 Terry's Drug Store. 
Fort Intersects 



1101 Capital Furniture Co., Ltd. 

1105 Kosche, Mrs. C, hairdressing. 

1106 Bapty, Walter, physician. 
1107-9 Balmoral Hotel. 

1110 Victoria Bowling Parlors. 

1116 Imperial Hotel. 

1117 Nagano, J. M. & Co. 

1119 Johnston, John, stationer. 

1120 Grand Cafe. 

1121 Bodega Saloon. 

View Intersects 
1200 Vernon Saloon. 
1204 Hicks & Lovick Piano Co., Ltd. 
1206 Vernon Apartments. 
1208 Schaper, Ernest, tailor. 
1210 Baird, Samuel A., real estate. 
1212 Sandringham Tea Rooms. 
1214 Mackay, T. O., real etate. 
1216 Thomas & Co., tailor. 

Gilson & Co., real estate. 

1218 City brokerage. 

1219 Davies, H. W., auctioneer. 

1220 Braden, John T., plumber. 
1222 Brunswick Hotel. 

1226 Wallace, W. O., grocer. 
Yates intersects. 
1300 Cochrane, John, druggist. 

1305 Clarence Hotel. 

1302 Brown, R. A. & Co., hardware. 
1304 Forrester, J. L., paints. 

1306 Beehive, The, fancy dry goods. 

1307 Adams, Wm. H., guns. 

1308 Large, Pauline. 

1309 Hallam & Wyndham, Ltd. 

1310 Kawai Bros., Japan goods. 

1312 City Fair, 

1313 Maynard, J., boots and shoes. 

1314 Bissell, G. H., tailor. 

1315 I. O. O. F. Hall. 

1316 Elite Millinery Store. 

1317 Hall, W. B.. grocer. 

1318 Pullman Rooming House. 

1319 Wilby, Wm., fancy goods. 

1320 Wanibe, A., Japan store. 

1321 Hewartson, Mrs. F. A., dry goods. 

1322 Duncan, Wm., harness maker. 

1323 Bray, John, commission agent. 

1323 Victoria School of Bookkeeping. 

1324 Neill, George W., artists' sup- 

plies. 

1325 Jackson & Co., druggists. 

1327 McManus, Felix, optician. 

1328 Regent Hotel. 

Johnson intersects. 
1400 Porter, Robt. & Son, Ltd., but- 
chers. 
1041 Vasilatos, T.. confectioner. 

1403 Empress Shaving Parlors. 

1404 Harrison, Wm., saloon keeper. 

1405 McDonald, W., boots and shoes. 

1406 Labor Hall. 

1407 Fetch, Alfred, watchmaker. 



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1409 Matthews, Robert J., barber. 
1411 Florence, George, confectioner. 
1413 Empire Cigar Store. 
1415 Glenny, Augustus P., eelctrical 

engineer. 
1417 Lilley, H. A., confectioner. 

1419 Shore & Anderson, furniture. 

1420 Smith & Champion, furniture 

dealers. 
1423 Douglas Meat Market. 

1425 Dickinson, L., grocer. 

1426 Smith, Thos. J., locksmith. 

1427 Elk Saloon. 

1428 Geiger, Edward F., plumber. 
Pandora Avenue Intersects. 

1501 Renouf, Joseph, grocer. 

1503 Paon Co., The. 

1505 Anderton, Wm., grocer. 

1507 Sears, Joseph, painter and de- 

corator. 

1508 City Hall. 

1509 Victoria Pish Market. 
1513 Olympia Oyster House. 

1515 Forbes, Robert, furniture repairs. 
1517 Watkins Bros., confectioners. 
Cormorant intersects. 

1600 Commercial Hotel. 

1601 Bow, L. & Co., ladies' wear. 

1603 Flitton, Ralph H., furniture 

dealer. 

1604 Watkins & McLaughlin, re- 

staurant. 

1605 Flitton, Ralph H., furniture 

dealer. 

1606 Baker, Wm., bartender. 

1607 Foxgord, N. R., plumber. 

1608 Page, Charles, waiter. 
1610 Bates, Katie, widow. 

1613 Wells, B. B., livery. 

1614 Lunn, George, chief engineer fire 

department. 

1615 Wells, B. B., livery. 

1618 Adams, Albert F., butcher. 
1622 Russell, Charles, storekeeper. 

Fisguard intersects. 

1700 Masonic Temple. 
1704 Russell, C. C, general mer- 
chandise. 
1709 Jenns, Rev. Percival J. 

Herald intersects. 

1804 Hastings, Oregon C, bookkeeper. 

1810 Foreigners. 

1812 O'Brien, Denis, boiler maker. 

Caledonia Avenue begins. 
1901 Goss, John Wm., second-hand 

furniture. 
1907 Goss, John Wm., furniture dealer. 
1911 Whitehead, Matthew, rockman. 
1915 Riddley, Sadie, widow. 
1919 Anderson, David, shoemaker. 



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1923 Kamano, Catherine, widow. 
1925 Schroeder, Frank J., grocer. 

Discovery intersects. 

2001 Keown, Frank, signwriter. 

2002 Keown, James, painter. 
2005 Cliff, George Wm., barber. 
2007 Roscamp, John. 

2009 Johnson, John Wm., driver. 

2011 Talbot & Ullman, newsagents. 

2013 Le Lievre, Henry K. 

2015 Young, John, carpenter. 

2017 Jenkins, Wm., shoemaker. 

2019 Storeroom. 

2021 Gee Lee, laundry. 

2022 Grice, John E., woodyard. 

Pembroke intersects. 

2101 Sam Lee, laundry. 

2105 Vacant. 

2107 Vacant. 

2112 Hansen, Neil. 

2114 Paggio, Henry, laborer. 

2116 Stimpson, John, laborer. 

2117 McArthur, James A., cook. 

2118 Hampton, George, waiter. 

2119 Spence, Wm. 

2120 Delahunty, John J. 

Princes Avenue intersects 

2202 Nelson, Lars, laborer. 
2211 Bird, Edward, shoemaker. 

2219 Leland Hotel. 

2220 B. C. Rice Mills. 

Queen's Avenue intersects, 
2403 Hall, Wm. B., grocer. 
2409 Walker, Robert H. 
2412 Bell, Wilbert. 
2415 Buckler, Thomas, carpenter. 
2421 Menagh, Alexander. 

Bay Intersects 
2517 McLean, Donald J. 
2521 Johns Bros., general store. 



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Kings Road Begins 

2601 Fawcett, Frederick W., druggist. 
2605 Sortwell, Wm., dairyman. 

2607 Macgregor, John L., cabinet- 

maker. 

2608 Ward, Robert C, motoneer. 
2612 Fraser, Thomas W., conductor. 

2616 Donoghue, Joseph M. 

2617 North Ward School. 
2620 Nathan, Wm. H. 

2624 Peacock, Thomas A., engineer. 

2630 Bartlett, Samuel, plasterer. 

2631 Tye Hickman, Beecham T., mer- 

chant. 
2641 Erb, Herman. 
2646 Gibson, Wm. H., conductor. 
2650 Ledingham, Robert L.. 
2665 Veitch, Thomas D. 

Hillside Avenue Begins 

2703 Wilson, Goulding H. 

2725 Sellick, Henry R. 

2727 Spall, Ernest H., conductor. 

Market Begins 

2832 Bechtel, Andrew J., manager. 

2837 Hall, Edward S., machinist. 

2838 Balcom, Sprott, Capt. 
2842 Carey, Joseph W. 
2858 Sturgess, Thomas M. 
2883 Hindus. 

2887 Kirby, Samuel, laborer. 
2891 St. George, Robert, carpenter. 
2893 Dougall, Frederick C, marine en- 
gineer. 
Topaz Avenue Commences 
2902 Hammond, David, merchant. 

Garbally Road Ends 
2904 New house. 

2909 Cousins, Leonard, mill foreman. 
2913 Auto Saloon. 
2978 Skillen, Wm. B., canneryman. 
2984 Sinclair, Duncan, moulder. 
2988 Ralph, John, driller. 

Burnside Road ends. 

3000 Speed, John W., warehouseman. 
3008 Hawkins, John, teamster. 
3038 Hall, Hezekiah G., barrister. 
3044 Grant, Gordon. 
3064 Cottingham, Wm. F. 



Frances Avenue Ends. 

3102 Ferguson, Wm., bricklayer. 
3120 Duval, Wm. J. G. 

Speed Avenue Intersects 
3128 Iredale, Mrs. Mary, grocer, May- 
wood P. O. 
3130 Nex, Albert R., tinsmith. 
3132 Harper, Frederick W., carpenter. 
3134 Noakes, Harold E., musician. 
Continues as Saanich Road. 
City Limits. 

DUBLIN 

From Tolmie Avenue Northwards to 
Cook. 

Lohr, Mrs. A., dairy. 

DUCHESS 

From 1820 Leighston Road North to 
Fort. 

1717 Anderson, John, master mariner. 

1729 Vacant. 

1741 Howard, Thomas W., real estate. 

1902 Bell, Matthew, real estate. 

1905 Vacant. 

1915 Thompson, Abram, carpenter. 

DUNDAS 

(Victoria West) From Indian Re- 
serve to Russell. 

202 Vacant. 

207 Martin, Henry C, expressman. 

210 MacRae, Donald, Rev. 

Esquimalt Road Intersects 
303 Neill, William, printer. 
309 Vacant. 
311 Vacant. 

Mary Intersects 
403 Smith, Samuel, Supt. 

DUNEDIN 

From Gorge Road to 2900 Douglas 

Johns, Albion. 
510 Merklev, Colin H. 
539 Hall, Charles H. 

Sumas Intersects 

602 Gregg, Isabella, widow. 

610 Raine, James B. 

614 Dixon, Wm., engineer. 

619 Vacant. 

620 Black, Dougall, conductor. 

625 McKenzie, Helen, widow. 

626 Vacant. 
632 Vacant. 

627 McLean, Donald, J., baker. 



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STREETS 



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DUNSMUIR 

From Esquimalt Road (At City Lim- 
its) Southwest to Lampson. 

Saunders, John R. 

Vacant. 

Smith, S. McB. 

Wilby, Arthur W. R., "Contrex- 

ville." 
Brae, Fred. D., "Tyn-y-Coed." 

Sea Terrace Begins. 
Croft, Henry, "Mount Alelaide." 
Brown, John L., gardener. 
Mackay, Hugh, carpenter. 
Dancey. 
Coles, Arthur. 
Lind, August. 
Matson, J. S. H., "West Bay." 

Head Intersects 
Bruce, Alex. S., laborer. 

DUPPLIN ROAD 

From Burnside Road to Douglas At 
City Boundary. 

Beane, Francis. 
Smethurst, Joseph. 
Brown, Richard. 
Smith, James C, gardener. 

EARL 

From St. Charles East, Near Fair- 
field Road. 

1627 Clark, gardener. 

1658 Appleby, Wm., contractor. 

EARL GRAY STREET 

From Gorge Road Northward, Near 
Harriet. 

McCombe, — , surveyor. 
Few, Alfred, farmer. 

EDMONTON ROAD 

(Continuation of Bay) From Cedar 
Hill Road to Mount Tolmie Road. 

1217 Cannons, James, laborer. 

1221 Roy, James, laborer. 

1317 Palmer, John, iboilermaker. 

1323 Billings, Simon, miner. 

1327 Bryant, James, plasterer. 

1335 Liddell, Thomas, driver. 

1343 Hughes, Richard, longshoreman. 

Fernwood Road Intersects. 
1425 Sorensen, Jensen, tailor. 
1431 Whiteman, Roper R., fruit grower. 
1533 Lidston, Thomas J., laborer. 

Howard Ends 
1621 McKinney, Robert, contractor. 
1629 Moore, Robert, contractor. 
1701 Brunell, William, Sr., mechanic. 



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(Victoria West) From Alston to Rus- 
sell. 

230 Jones, David L., clerk. 

234 Oldershaw, Alfred B., jeweller. 

Catherine Intersects. 

313 Oliver, George, plumber. 

316 Brown, George, clerk. 

322 Bingham, Edgar V., printer. 

Mary Intersects 

403 Savage, Henry R., engineer. 

408 Cessford, George W., carpenter 

409 Taylor, James D., machinist. 
414 Beattie, William, retired. 

422 Tagg, James, ship carpenter. 

423 Kerr, Joseph A., painter. 

ELFORD 

From 1462 Fort to Pandora Avenue. 

1406 Bryce, William, manager. 

1414 Beattie, J. W. 

1420 Young, James H., expressman. 

1426 Mcintosh, James A., clerk. 

1429 Yates, James S., barrister. 

1433 Braik, Adam. 

1436 Jay, George, J. P. 

1441 Lees, Wilfred B., dray. 

1442 Morrison, Malcolm, bookkeeper. 

1505 Gresley, Nigel B., accountant. 

1506 Watson, Robert, bootmaker. 
1510 Bick, Leslie W., financier. 

1513 Combe, Harvey, registrar. 

1514 Howell, George C, broker. 
1519 Robbins, Francis R., coachman. 
1522 Fuller, Mrs. A. D. 

1528 Mearns, William H., clerk. 
1534 McCarthy, Mrs. D.Alton. 
1534 Mannell, Stuart, manager. 



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ELLICE 

From 2902 Bridge to Rock Bay Ave- 
nue. 

508 Hitchcock, Phoebe E., widow. 

514 King, Henry, Wm. F., conductor. 

515 Gilmore, Alexander. 

518 Savage, Robert W. O., clerk. 

519 Moir, Wm. A., plater. 
521 Scafe, Thomas, sawyer. 

524 Davidson, Thomas, motoneer. 

525 Winterburn, Frederick C, en- 

gineer. 

529 Vacant. 

530 Doyle, Wm., motoneer. 

533 Forsythe, Harold N., fireman. 

536 Mardell, George Wm., conductor. 

537 Baile5% Edward, grocer. 

541 Bayliss, Arthur Wm., plumber. 

542 Claton, Arthur, motoneer. 

545 Wilke, Diedrich, fireman. 

546 Miles, Harry O., contractor. 
551 Leigh, Sidney M. 

ELLIOT 

From 633 Government East to Doug- 
las (opposite Government Build- 
ings). 

615 McDonald, Caroline, widow. 
625 Morris, John W. 
633 Munday, H. E., shoe merchant. 
638 Helmcken, Hon. John S. 



EMPRESS 

Northwards from Cadboro 
Road, near Willows Hotel. 

Dilworth, John, manager. 



Bay 



EIVIIVIA 

From Gorge Road north to Burn- 
side Road, next Harriet Road. 

ERIE 

From Dallas Road (Outer Wharf) 
to St. Lawrence. 

7 Glide, Henry. 

15 Taylor, Robert C, civil engi- 
neer. 
■ 18 Temple, Benjamin, boat builder. 
Warehouse. 



19 Fanarty, Bartlett, retired. 

21 Wall, Mary A. 

27 Stephen, David. 

29 Gardiner, Charles, gardener. 

35 Vincent, Francis W., assistant 
superintendent. 

38 Moraes, George, engineer. 

45 Matthews, Edwin. 

49 Young, Harry, clerk. 

51 Robertson, John M., traveller. 

ESQUIMALT ROAD 

From Point Ellice Bridge to Es- 
quimalt. 

Everett, Patrick. 

100 Everetts Exchange Saloon. 

Alston intersects. 

203 Patterson, Edward, clerk. 
206 Gerow, Augustus, master mariner. 

Catherine intersects. 
301 Victoria West Supply Stores. 
306 Fairall's Brewery. 
313 Fairall, Anne, widow Henry. 
317 Davis, Richard, bootmaker. 
321 Robertson, William J., druggist. 

Mary intersects. 
401 Crook, Helena M., widow, post- 
mistress Victoria West P.O. 
Russell intersects. 
503 McLennan, Donald, carpenter. 
509 Tribe, Walter, manager. 
517 Rutledge, Edward. 
527 Muirhead, James, retired. 

Robert ends. 
601 Vacant. 

E. & N. RIy, Track intersects. 
604 Muirhead, John T., clerk. 
607 Lawrie, Henderson, carpenter. 
615 Eraser, Donald, real estate. 
623 MacNab, Robert, plumber. 
631 Vacant. 

James ends. 

702 Troup, James W., Captain. 

703 Walker, Peter, retired. 

704 Hardie, Mrs., widow. 

718 Kirk, Charles, W.. coal merchant. 

719 Hewlings, E. J., real estate. 

724 Dunsmuir, Robert W. 

Sea Terrace ends. 

725 Vacant. 

747 Shenk, John, carpenter. 
760 Walker, Harry W., grocer. 

765 St. George's Hotel. 

766 Bridgman, A. W., real estate. 

Victoria City Limits. 
"Wonston,' vacant. 

Dunsmuir begins. 
Weber, Anna, widow J. 



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Adams, John T., moulder. 

"Watson, Thomas, engineer. 

Beaney, Wm. B., janitor. 

Robinson, Geo. W., "Vaimede." 

De Costa, Louis, "Rose Cottage." 

Halfway House. 

Pascoe, Wm., rancher. 

Bland, Joseph. 

Lawder, A. H., "Thoburn Cot- 
tage." 

Billinghurst, Ernest E., "Soldi- 
mara." 

McCurdy, A. W. 

Head intersects. 

Comerford, Patrick, postmaster 
Thoburn P. O. 

McArthur, James, surveyor. 

Raymond, John, Jr. 

Bailey, Mrs. A., "Barbrook." 

Vacant. 

Dickson, James H. 

Finmore, Walter, carpenter. 

BuUen, W. Fitzherbert, "Oaki- 
dene." 

Fagan, Dr. C. J. 

Wise, E. Singleton, "Bexhill." 
Rithet Avenue ends. 

Cook, Geo. J., "Chester Cottage." 

Bulwer, H., "Winfrith." 

Mulcahy, Andrew, "Oak House." 

Hemans, Joshia, "Glendora." 

Vacant. 

Gibson, A. F., "Viewfield." 

Barton, A. S., "Gled Holt." 

Wilson, Wm. W., hardware. 

Newman, Richard L., "The Den." 

Wensley, Christopher, engineer. 
Lampson intersects. 

Lawhy, George V. 

Wilson, Alexander, carpenter. 

Vacant. 

Hunt, Mrs. Mary A. 

Logan, Mrs. Ann, "Poplar Cot- 
tage." 

Pooley. Robert H., barrister. 

Rogers, Henry G., "Ballytecrim." 

Fairview Esquimalt Greenhouses. 

Meyer, John T. L., "Alberta 
Lodge." 

McAdam, James S., "Fallow- 
field." 

Fraser intersects. 

Bull, Wm., "Thopington." 

Giffln, Douglas J., ""Glencairn." 

Soldiers and Sailors' Home. 
Admiralty Road begins. 

Slow, Wm. A., "Enslin." 

Stewart, Alex., "Glenholm." 
Constance Avenue intersects. 

Dodd, James, grocer. 

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Mantrop, Bert., engineer, "High- 
gate." 
Norris, Alfred E., "Lynn Regis." 

Nelson intersects. 

St. Joseph Church (R. C), Rev. 
Father Fisser. 

Pauline, H. W. clerk. 

McNeill, John, engineer. 

Middleton, Wm. M., "New Inn." 
Wellington ends. 

Coach and Horses Hotel. 

Doran, Mrs. Margaret. 

Nares, John, Lieut. "Swan Cot- 
tage." 

Saint Paul's Church (Anglican). 

Slingsby, Charles H. R., "Glen 
Cottage." 

Hardie, Norman, "Glenday." 

Edwards, Capt. E. Harold, 
"Devon Cottage." 

Mcintosh, J. Charles, "No 1 

Bungalow." 
Vacant, bungalow "No. 2." 

Harvey, James S. 

Jones, John W., photographer. 

Clayton, Fred. H., blacksmith. 

Sullivan, Capt. Wm. F. C, "Hill- 
side." 

Ordnance Department. 

Tooley, Capt. Edwin R., "Up- 
wood." 
Wulfsohn, Johann. 

Shute, Edward, boiler maker. 

Esquimalt P. O., James F. 
Mesher. 

Wharf begins. 

Jones, Fred. N., engineer. 

ESQUIMALT ROAD (OLD). 
See Old Esquimalt Road. 

FAIRFIELD ROAD 

From Rupert to Ross Bay. 

912 Warwick, William, carpenter. 
924 Mackay, John C, carpenter. 
930 O'Connor, Christina, widow. 
934 Goulding, Michael, master marin- 
er. 
944 Hughes, J. L., retired. 
947 Rithet, R. P., merchant. 
956 Holloway, Robert, printer. 



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960 Rideoute, James, clerk. 

966 Butler, Daniel, master mariner. 
Vancouver intersects. 
1002 Skirving, Victor A. 
1004 Henderson, John, waiter. 
1006 Vacant. 

1010 Esnouf, Charles R., waiter. 
1013 Gardiner, Charles F., manager 

Simon Leiser. 
1016 Molyneaux, Hugh. 
1020 Carmichael, Mrs. 

1023 Doig, D. D., bank manager. 

1024 Vacant. 
1030 Vacant. 

Cook intersects. 

1118 Hollyer, Alfred J., bank manager. 
1147 Greig, Mrs. Annie M. 

Linden Avenue intersects. 
1231 Clegg, Wra., laborer. 
1249 Ely, R. P., painter. 
1267 Harold, Thos., Capt. 

Moss intersects. 
1324 Smith, Wm. H,. gardener. 
1330 Smith, Albert P., gardener. 
1385 Harker, John, physician. 
1471 Douglas, John, retired. 
1510 Winter, George. 

Dallas Road ends. 
Ross Bay Cemetery. 
1587 Woodward, A. J., florist. 
1612 Michell, Ernest S., rigger. 
1616 White, J. H., blacksmith. 
1664 Vacant. 

St. Charles intersects. 
1733 Baylis, Wm., poultry. 
1770 Bagshaw, Geo. J., florist. 
1782 Harrison, H. R., Mrs. 

Foul Bay Road intersects. 
Shotbolt, Thos., druggist. 
Pemberton, P. B., real estate. 
Haughton, E. J., superintendent. 

City Limits. 
Crockforde, E., lumberman. 
Murray, George, contractor. 
Bartlett, — . 

FARQUHAR 

Now part of Mason. 



FAITHFUL 

From Cook to Moss, near May. 
Potter, Wm., baggageman. 
Hall, Charles G.. clerk. 

FERN (1) 

From Rose Bay to Smith, near 
Work Point Barracks. 

Doid, Frank, bricklayer. 

FERN (2) 

From 1694 Fort to Pandora Ave. 

1S19 Godson, Miss J. 

1857 Vacant. 

1861 MacCallum, Alexander, acct. 

FERNWOOD ROAD 

From 1330 Fort to Edmonton Road. 

1205 Tapscott, P. T., Rev. 

1206 High School. 

1281 Flett, Henry G., marine engineer. 

Yates Intersects. 
1315 Cullen, Capt. H. J. Rous, architect 
1319 Emery, Joseph H., druggist. 
1325 Dunbar, Jane, widow. 

Johnson intersects. 
1403 Bowen, Mrs. Herbert. 
1405 Grant, Ronald A. C, real estate. 
1413 Marshall, Emma, widow. 

1417 Baker, Joseph. 

1418 Rogers, Hugh, Captain. 

1422 Huxtable, Alfred S. 

1423 Beckwith, John L., manufactur- 

er's agent. 
1425 Kelly, James W., manager. 

Rudlin intersects. 
1504 Rayner, T. G., real estate. 

1507 Vacant. 

1508 Carss, Alfred, barrister. 
1512 Hill, Edward R., clerk. 

1516 Bennett, Richard, shipbuilder. 

1517 Ulin, Erick, manager. 

Pandora Avenue intersects 
1610 Le Clercq, Joshua F. 
1613 Creed, John, Sr., janitor. 
1616 Ryan, Joseph P., physician. 

1620 Rollins, Frederick H., carpenter. 

1621 Creed, John, Jr., lead lighter. 

Fisguard intersects. 

1702 Wescott, Elmer E. 

1703 Bowes, Cyrus H., druggist. 

1705 Moore, John, plasterer. 

1706 Whittington, Percy, clerk. 
1709 Vimpany, John C. 

1713 Ormiston, S. Herbert, mariner. 
1717 Mills, Samuel P., barrister. 
1720 King, Arthur B., clerk. 
Grant intersects. 



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LERY, GUNS and 
AMMUNITION 



Fernwood Road 



STREETS 



Fisguard 277 



1809 Lawson, Ellen G., teacher. 
1811 Taylor, Ann, widow. 

Vining intersects. 
2001 Hendry's Grocery. 

2008 Goldstraw, James, driller. 

2009 Oddfellows Hall. 

2014 Potts, Henry A,, tailor. 

2016 Turnbull, James, machinist. 

2017 Tolmie, Andrew. 

2023 Rigby, Edward, accountant. 
2026 Gower, Wm. J. 

Pembroke intersects. 
2103 Hodgson, Hutchinson, carpenter. 
2109 Cameron, William, horse shoer. 
2117 Cook, John, horse shoer. 
Centre Road ends. 
2203 McCann, James. 
2207 Miller & Myrdal's Bakery. 
2215 HoUoway, Samuel, cleaner and 

dyer. 
2221 Anderson, Thorston K., clerk. 
Denman intersects. 

2303 Phillips, John B., employee B. C. 

E. R. 
2308 Rumball, Robert, miner. 
2319 Thomson, Sidney C, grocer. 

Walnut intersects. 
2403 Abbott, Alfred J., contractor. 
2415 Peden, William, merchant. 
Edmonton Road intersects. 
2529 Doyen, Chas. A., meat cutter. 
2531 Power, Charles K., painter. 

FIFTH STREET 

From iViount Tolmie Road west- 
wards. 

Easton, Robert, laborer. 

Smith, George, laborer. 

FIRST STREET, ESQUIMALT 

From Admiralty Road to Constance 
Avenue, Esquimalt. 

Cameron, Hugh C, blacksmith. 
Astle, Thomas. 
Brigden, Chas., laborer. 

FISGUARD 

From 1601 Store to Stanley Ave. 

509 Yee Hop Tong. 

517 Kwong Yee Hing & Co., mer- 

chandise, 

518 Osawa, R., baths. 

521 See Chong & Co., employment 

agents. 
523 Wing Yuen & Co., merchandise. 
526 Chinese Methodist Mission. 
529 Hop Quen Society, Ltd. 

531 Yuet Wo Lung, merchandise. 

532 Quong Tun Sang Co., drugs. 



P.O.Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

Wholesale Wrapping Paper, 

Paper Bags, Etc. i^ 

Let me quote you prices. 

620 CORMORANT ST. - VICTORIA, B. C. 



533 Yick On & Co., merchandise. 

534 Yee Lun, grocer. 

535 Hong Per Low, restaurant. 

536 Wing Mow Coey, restaurant. 

537 Wing On Cheong & Co., mer- 

chandise. 

538 Lung Kee & Co., grocers. 

539 Nom Sang Lung & Co., mer- 

chandise. 

541 Shon Yuen & Co. 

542 Sue Wo. 

543 Kwong Sun Tai Co. 

544 Yick Lung & Co., merchandise. 

545 Sing Lee & Co., merchandise. 

547 Asiatic Club, Ltd. 

548 Kwong Tai & Bro. 

550 Goldfleld Society. 
Pastime Club, Ltd. 

551 Tai Shang & Co., importers. 

552 On Hing & Bro., tea dealers. 

553 Yukon Club. 

554 Ping Far Co., grocer. 

555 Chung Lung & Co. 

556 Loy Sing & Co., grocers. 

557 Quain Chong & Co. 

558 Chinese Consolidated Benevolent 

Association. 

559 Chinese Club. 

560 Pook Long <& Co., curios. 
562 Yen Jan Low. 

566 Kwong Sue Merchants Club, Ltd. 
570 Get Ching Hing & Co. 
572 Kong Sing Wing. 

Government intersects. 
610 Lew Woi, shoe maker. 

618 Chau Side. 

619 Ghee Kong Tong. 

620 Lun Hing. 

622 Way Sun Tong. 

623 City Sanitary Inspector. 

624 Gee Tuck Tong. 
626 Fung Toy Tong. 

640 Lee Mong Kow, Chinese inter- 
preter. 
646 Stockham, Frederick, baker. 

Douglas intersects. 
702 St. John's Church (Anglican). 
711 R. Porter & Sons stable. 
714 Heller, Geo., laborer. 
718 Lawson, Mrs. Mary. 
720 Switzer, J. W., carpenter. 
723 Davies, Agnes, widow. 
726 West, Theodore P., contractor. 



NORTH-WEST REAL ESTATE CO. 



TIMBER LIMITS AND REAL ESTATE 



706 YATES ST.. VICTORIA 
PHONE 640 



FLOUR 

AND 

FEED 



BANNERMAN & HORNE 

635-7 JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA PHONE 487 



GRASS 
SEEDS 



278 Fisguard 



VICTORIA 



Fort 




727 Scott, Mrs. B. 

729-731 Fraser, A. M., carpenter. 

735 Gordon, James, timber contr. 

738 Pelletier, Mrs. C. 

739 Toye, T. L., butcher. 
744 "Wilson, Robt., carpt. 
749 Stopp, Alvin C, miner. 

Blanchard Ave. intersects. 

813 Hillier, Wm., laborer. 
818 Hilton, Joseph G., upholsterer. 
821 "Warren, "Wm. C, bookkeeper. 
825 "Watkins, Prank M., plumber. 
831 Warner, J. H. & Co., Ltd. 
842 McNaughton, Alexander, fireman. 
845 Hastie James. 
848 Harris, Seymour C, salesman. 
Quadra intersects. 

924 Butler, Hugh A. 

925 Bryne, Joseph P., cigar maker. 
930 Hiscocks, Edwin H., druggist. 

934 Price, Albert T., painter. 

935 Barnhart, D. T., cigar mnfr. 

937 Penketh, James H., cigar mnfr. 

938 Smith, Thomas J., gunsmith. 

940 Reynard, Mary P., widow. 

941 Ridgman, Albert H., excise of- 

ficer. 
944 Gartley, James, bridge carp. 

948 Nicholls, Andrew, bartender. 

949 More, Charles, Sr., tmstr. 

953 Redgrave, Stroud L, sergeant. 

954 Baynton, Augustus J., barber. 

959 Murie, James, tinsmith. 

960 Dewar, David, conductor. 

965 Bloom, John, barber. 

966 Bell, Louise, widow. 

968 Macdonald, Alexander R., driver. 

969 Guns, Edwin J. R., stumper. 

974 Farrant, George, bricklayer. 

975 Bullen, Harriet, widow. 
1001 Peele, Stanley G., elec. 
1005 McLorie, John. 

1010 Brown, Joseph H. 

1015 Minto, John. 

1016 Heather, "Victor, constable. 

1017 McKeon, Mrs. Fanny. 

1018 Lea, Thomas, grocer. 

1022 Levy, Joshua, cigar maker. 
1028 Smith, George, driver. 
1032 Pattison, George. 



Arnall, Thomas J., engineer. 
Meldram, George G., saloon kpr. 
New house. 

Litchfield, Henry C, accountant. 
Hescott, John "W., contr. 
"Wilson, Mrs. Ella J. 
Sabin, Napoleon, farmer. 
Dalphin, Josephine, widow. 

Cook intersects. 
Honsen, Minnie, Mrs. 
Johnson, Thomas. 
Bosustow, Stephen H. 
Ure, James, manager C. Morley 

Co. 
"Winsby, Herbert P., real estate. 
"Webb, Frank, carp. 
Stonstrom, "Victor, barber. 
Hood, James, teamster. 
Sheilas, Albert S., carriage bldr. 
Reid, Joseph, retired. 
Holness, Esther, widow. 
"Whittaker, Samuel. 
Bragg, Edward, carp. 
"Waghorn, Frederick J. 
Stevens, "Wm. F., machinst. 
Chambers intersects. 



1033 
1037 
1040 
1042 
1046 
1047 
1054 
1058 

1115 
1117 
1121 
1122 

1223 
1126 
1127 
1133 
1140 
1145 
1149 
1156 
1157 
1161 
1166 

1231 
1234 
1246 

1263 
1272 
1280 

1312 
1323 
1328 
1340 

FLORENCE RD. 
From Dominion Road to Lampson, 
near E. & N. Ry. 

MacKenzie, Duncan. 

Homer, George. 

Gibb, Frank "W., brakeman. 

B. C. Potteries. 

Imperal Oil Co. 

Gordon, Thos 

Butler, Joseph P., carp. 

Berrett, Geo. "W., carp. 

FLORENCE 

From Cadboro Bay Rd. northwards 

near Foul Bay Rd. 

Mathias, W. H., laborer. 
FORT 

From Wharf eastwards to Cad- 
boro Bay Road. 

504 Internatl. Longshore & Marine 

"Workers Assocn. 
518 "Walker, Hiram & Sons, Ld. 



Burgess, John P., carp. 
Fraser, Alexander. 
Sylvester, Frank. 

Camosun intersects. 
Nicklinson. 
Dee, "Wm., tel. oper. 
Cooper, George, butcher. 

Fernwood Rd. intersects. 
Bayley, Thomas T. 
Ritchie, James M., conductor. 
Boorman, Albert. 
Boorman, Marian, widow. 



LAKESIDE HOTEL, 



COWICHAN LAKE 

PRICE BROS. Props. 

The most noted Fishing Resort in British Columbia. Patronized by H.R.H. Prince Arthur of Connaught 
Stage leaves Tzouhalem Hotel (Duncan) for Cowichan Lake Daily. 



N. A. G. Composition for Roofs 

MANUFACTUREDBY NEWTON & GREER CO., LTD., VICTORIA 



Fort 



STREETS 



Fort 279 



Langley intersects. 

521 Ward, Robert & Co., Ld. 

Crease & Crease barristers. 

522 McConnell, T. P., real estate. 
Dom. Govt. Hydro^aphic Survey. 
Swannell & Robertson, surveyors. 

524 Leeming Bros., Ltd., steamship 
agent. 

Government intersects. 

605 Criterion Cigar Store. 

606 and 616 Five Sisters' Block — 

Room — 

1-3 Rattenbury, Francis M., arch- 
tect. 

4 Evans, B., artist. 
Sliarp, Kendrick. 

5 and 7 Maclure, Samuel, architect. 

6 Nicholon, John, land agent. 

8 Parr, Thomas H., surveyor. 

9 and 11 Hooper & Watkins, arch- 

tects.. 
12-14 Mason & Mann, barris'ters. 
16-19 Dier. H., dentist. 

20 and 22 Grime, W. W., real estate, 
Burns, Gavin H., real estate. 

21 Sedger, Tho. D., architect. 

23 Rochfort, W. 

24 Woodburn, Walter M., agent. 

25 and 27 Savannah, John, photo- 

grapher. 

26 Canadian Tie & Timber Co. 

28 Pacific Building & Contracting 
Co. 

33 and 35 Nicholson, Wm. A., carpet 

layer. 

34 and 36 Burgess, Robt. M., barber. 
38 Patterson, James. 

39-42 V. I. Fire Underwriters' Asso- 
ciation. 
40 Marsh, W. R. 
43 and 44 McMillen, R. H., agent. 

45 Universal Brotherhood. 

46 and 47 Wooldridge, Mary, dress- 

maker. 

48 Saunders, Ada, music teacher. 

49 Walke, Mrs. 

50 Roberts, Mrs. Evangeline R., fur- 

rier. 

51 Temple, Ernest. 

52 Muir, George C, messenger. 

53 and 55 Robertson, Fred. V. 

54 Eustace, Daniel, tailor. 

61 and 63 Harris, E. A., real estate. 

62 and 64 Bartle, Joseph. 
65 Blakney, J. C. 

67 Culross, I. 

68 Teague, John, druggist. 

69 and 71 Lrindsey, Harry, fireman. 

70 Byrne, R. M. 
73 and 74 Cole, F. 

75 Miles, Miss. 

76 Lee, N. 




77 B. C. Marine Engineers' Associa- 
tion. 
80 McNiven, Alex., engineer. 

82 Ulrich, George. 

83 Grylls, Cordelia, teacher singing. 

84 and 8'7 Mann, John, barrister. 

608 Jones, A. W., real estate. 

609 Clayton, A. A., jeweler. 

611 Peden, Alex., tailor. 

612 Smith, C. S. & Co., photo supplies. 

613 Victoria Floral Co. 
Bagshawe, E. C. G., real estate. 

614 Victoria Development & Tourist 

Association. 
Waghorn, F. J., real estate. 
Cuthbert, H. & Co., real estate. 

615 Child, Sydney, barrister. 
McGregor, Wm. D., civ. eng. 
Stubington, E. W., auctioneer. 
Harris, E. A. & Co., real estate. 

616 Cosey Corner Cafe. 

617 Stirling, James. 

Nolte, W. F. & Co., opticians. 

618 Melrose Co., Ltd., paints. 

619 Clay, Mrs. H., confectionery. 

620 Day & Boggs, real estate. 

621 Downs, James A., pianos. 
Mesher, Eliz. A., fancy goods. 

622 Bostock & Co., ins. brokers. 
Cross Co., real estate. 

Astley, J. W., mining engineer. 

623 Greer, Courtney & Skene, Ltd. 

624 Murray, J. S., real estate. 
Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. 

625 Pemberton & Son, real estate. 
629 Latimer & Ney, real estate. 

Linklater, P. M., tailor. 
Broad intersects. 
631 Copas & Young, grocers. 

634 Furman, A. A., confectioner. 

635 Sherwood, A. P., real estate. 
Neale, F. L., real estate. 

636 White, Edward, real estate. 

637 Royal Cafe. 
Royal Hotel. 

Williams, Stewart, & Co., auc- 
tioneers. 

638 Hunt, E. C, tailor. 

Turner, Mrs. P. K., emp. agy. 
638 Songhurst, J. W., shoemaker. 



QUAMIGHAN HOTEL 



/ Headquarters for Tourists^ 
I and Commercial Men J 



strictly First Class. 



Excellent FIshlne and Huntlne on Somenos Lake. 



Duncan, B. G 



F. CONRUYT. ProDfietor 



1201 Government St., Victoria 



Phone 898 



FIT-REFORM clothes for gentlemen 

READY TO WEAR OR TO ORDER 



280 Fort 



VICTORIA 



Fort 



CoiTig (LolicQC 

BEACON HILL PARK. VICTORIA. 

The Home School For Boys 
Principal . J. W. CHURCH, M.A. 



639 Vacant. 

640 Russell, S. G., photgr. 

641 Waites Bros., lockmiths. 

642 Brown, Peter, fish. 

643 Mitchell, Martin & Co., real es- 

tate. 
Harkness, H, painter. 

644 Catterall, T., contr. 

645 Blyth, A. P., optician. 

646 Jackson, Ed., shoemaker. 

647 Thomas, A., dentist. 
Thomas, P. C, dentist. 
Harding, Mrs. E. M. 
Thomas, Mrs., nurse. 

649 Speed, Wm., grocers. 

650 Campbell, D. B., druggist. 

Douglas intersects. 

701 Terry's Drug Store, Wallace S. 

Terry, propr. 
703 Rickshaw, tea and coffee store. 
705 London & Vancouver Bakery. 

707 Warlee & Co., drapers. 
707% Italian School of Music. 

Tully, Lf. Beresford, wood carv- 
ing. 

708 Mellor Bros., painters. 

709 Cambridge Sausjage Kitchen. 

710 Sheret, Andrew,' plumber. 

710 Balmoral Annex. 

711 Leeder, Forrest, physcian. 

711 Jones, Oswald M., physician. 

712 Queen Hairdressing Parlors. 
Smith, Edward J. C, photos. 

718 The Exchange. 

719 Jame, William, cabinet maker. 
723 Wasson, Hilliard J., physician. 

729 Hickey, Cornelius, engineer. 

730 Lewis, Thomas contr. 

731 Potts, Howard, real estate. 

733 Kroeger, Frederick, Sr., uphol- 
sterer. 

735 Mesher, Geo. C, contrs. 
Foot & Tuson, electricians. 

736 Elite Amusement Co., Ltd. 
739 Market Exchange Saloon. 

741 Island Transfer Co. 

742 Bain, A. T., auctioneer. 
752 Clark, Henry C, gardener. 
756 Card, James, bootmkr. 

758 Bailey & Bloomquist, grocers. 

758 Daverne, Richard, wood and 

coal. 

759 Hayward & Dods, plumbers. 



Blanchard intersects. 

800 Tubman & Clayton, contractors. 
Black, George M., boat builder. 

801 Old Curiosity Shop. 

803 Pumfrey, Richard, skin dresser. 
805 Mellor, Frank, painter and de- 
corator. 

807 Jaques, George, watchmaker. 

808 Barry, John J., master mariner. 

810 Dougall, James, blacksmith. 

811 "The Hall" saloon. 

812 Roper, Richard W., carp. 

813 Barton, Florence, widow." 

814 Reed, Mrs. F. H. 

817 Werner, George, salesman. 

818 Paul's Dye Works. 

822 Hamilton, Mrs. M. J. 

823 Freeman, Louise, widow. 

824 Phelps, Florence L., widow. 

826 Wong, Hing K., laundry. 

827 Mallery, Simeon. 

828-830 Mann, Louis, bootmaker. 

831 Proudfoot, Alexander, oculist. 

832 Mellor, Frank, painter and de- 

corator. 
834 Darcy, John, miner. 
837 Hatcher, Margaret, widow. 
836 Staneland Co., Ltd., The, paints. 

843 Vacant. 

844 Victoria Steam Dye Works. 

845 Harris, William H., asst. in- 

spector. 

846 McCann, George. 

848 Dutot, Davir, cabinet maker. 

849 Lutz, John D., manager Jordan 

River Lumber Co. 

851 Holder, Donald Booth, physician. 

852 Dodd, Mrs. J. 
854 Shimizu, T. 

858 Salt, John T., laborer. 

859 Kwong Yune, laundry. 

Quadra intersects. 

900 Le Blanc, Edwin C, master mar- 

iner. 

901 Leland, Mrs. F. C, greengrocer. 

904 Noller, Mary. 

905 Campbell, Mrs. Frank, chiropo- 

dist. 

911 Cox, Dennis G., clerk. 

912 Testar, Mrs. E. 

913 Steitz, Frederick, waiter. 

916 Farrell, Patrick G., machinist. 

917 Murphy, Andrew W., cement 

worker. 

920 Academy of Music. 

921 Daykin, Mns. Robey. 
923 Gates, Albert E. 

926 Forbes, Carrie. 

931 Hitchcock, Valentine, fireman. 

937 Buckley, Joseph. 

938 The Assembly Skating Rink. 
944 O'Keefe, Agnes, widow. 

950 Ayers, De Forest, agent. 



ARLINGTON HOTEL, 

Government Telegraph and Po»t Office 
Station Located Here. 



The Resort for Tourists, Hunters and 
Fishermen. 

Accommodation and Cuisine Unsurpassed. 

ARLINGTON P. 0., VANCOUVER ISLAND 



HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD. 



VANCOUVER, 
B. C. 



Headquarters for Watches and Watch Repairing^. Write to us about it. 



Fort 



STREETS 



Fort 281 



951 Johnston, Thomas, machinist. 

957 Hunt, Edward C, tailor. 
Vancouver intersects. 
1002 Horton, Robert J. 
1008 Ager, George S., lumberman. 
1090 Dougan, William H., salesman. 
1016 Hedge, Robert. 
1019 Royal Nursery. 

1027 Duncan, Charles G. S., traveller. 

1028 Schroder, August P., contractor. 
1038 Charles, Mrs. W. 

1041 Becker, C. W. 
1045 Wylde, Manuel A., mangr. 
1051 Langley, John M., chief of police. 
1054 Bruce, J., teamster. 
1058 Norman, George, grocer. 
Baptist Church. 

Cook intersects. 

1101 Victoria Nurseries. 

1102 Peters, Wilhelm, piano tuner. 
1110 Gallup, Richard S. 

1116 Wallace, Kate, widow. 

1117 Blaiklock, Agnes, widow. 
1124 Jones, Thomas J., Dr., dentist. 
1127 Bantly, Anna, widow Marcus. • 
1133 Langley, William H., barrister. 

1140 Haggerty, John, contractor. 

1141 Webb, Mrs. E., boarding house. 

1146 Pauly, Louis. 

1147 Scott, John A., tailor. 

1153 Walker, Elizabeth J., pianist. 
1156 Ella, Martha B., widow. 

1161 Harding, Mrs. M. 

1162 Paterson, Thon^as W. 

1175 Challoner, William, jeweler. 

Linden Ave. ends. 

1178 Skene, Justin Lee, contr. 

1184 Prior, Henry K., clerk. 

1185 Campbell, Rev. John, D.D., Ph.D. 
1190 Ware, Mary, widow Alfred. 
1192 Walker, Walter, coal merchant. 
1195 Aikman, J. A., barrister. 

Ormond intersects. 

1201 Crease, Lady. 

1202 Gibbs, Joseph, M.D. 

1210 Mathews, Chas. C, Capt. 
1216 Johnson, E. M., real estate. 
1228 Elford, J. P. 

1233 Fell, Thornton, barrister. 

1234 Marvin, E. B. 

1242 Richards, Francis G., sheriff. 
1248 Garesche, Arthur, dentist. 
1254 Carruthers, John. 

1259 Goodwin, Wm. S., clerk. 

1260 Hibberson, John, prospector. 

Moss intersects. 

1302 Hackett, Chas., Capt. 

1305 Cayzer, Wm. C. 

1310 Gowen, Annie, wid. Chas. 

1314 Robinson, Peter. 

1315 Wilson, Alexander, hardware. 



HOTEL WILSON 

FIREPROOF, MODERN and 
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 

One Block from Steamboat Landing 
JAS. R. McKINNELL, PROP. 

N A N A I M O, B.C. 



1321 Cosh, Alfred. 

1334 De Kerpezdron, Madam. 

1335 Dunsmuir Castle. 
1345 Wilde, C, Mrs. 

Yates ends. 

1415 Crimp, J. L. 

1416 Rolfe, Thomas N. 

Carbery Gardens begin. 

1419 Conyers, L. Uscona, real estate. 

1420 Hamilton, R., M.R.C.V.S. 
1422 Thomson, Sydney C, grocer. 
1425 Humphrey, Wm. 

1429 Cobbett, C. M., M.D. 

Pemberton Rd. ends. 
1438 Sulvester, William B. 
1449 Topp, C. H., city engineer. 
1455 Mowat, R. S., merchant. 

1461 Earle, Thos. 

1462 Wilson, Wm. 

1472 Mess, Bernhard C, manager. 

1473 Gass, C. A., real estate. 
1479 Archibald, Joseph P. 
1485 McRoe, Lizzie, wid. Geo. 
1489 Howson, Harry. 

1495 Eraser, Geo. A., druggist. ' 
St. Charles ends. 
Stadacona Ave. begins. 

1500 Clearihue, Mrs. J. 

1501 Hall, Ernest, Dr. 
1508 Vacant. 

1512 Allen, William D., real estate. 

1520 Braine, Frank, retired. 

1521 Willis. S. J., school master. 
1526 Browne, Emily, wid. 

1529 Binns, Wm. H., manuel instr. 

Belmont Ave. intersects. 
1601 Walker, Mrs. F. G. 
1607 McDonald, John T., grocer. 

Oak Bay Ave. begins. 
1609 W^hite, J. L., druggist. 



WOOD BROS. GARAGE 

Automobiles For Hire At All Hours 

REPAIRING AND STORING 



WHARF, COR. BROUGHTON, VICTORIA 

Phone 24.1 



B. C. LAND & INVESTMENT AGENCY 

Real Estate, Insurance and General Agents 



922 GOVERNMENT 
Phone 125. VICTORIA 



Dominion Hotel, 

Rates 



victoria 



B. c. 



BOARD AND ROOM 
EUROPEAN PLAN 



STEPHEN JONES, - PROP. 
$2.00 AND UP. 
.75 AND UP. 



282 Fort 



VICTORIA 



Front 



THE GREAT WEST 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIN W JONES, 

Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phone 282. ROOM 12, METROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B. C. 



1618 Pearce, Mrs. B. W. 
1627 Dunn, Robert, journalist. 
1659 Waterhouse, Robert, clerk. 
1694 Tingley, Brydone L. 

Chestnut intersects. 

1718 Clark, William H., pressman. 
1739 Christie, Elbridge J., carriage 
builder. 

1741 Marchant, Wrri. 

1742 Simpson, James, nurseryman. 
1746 Shrapnel, Edward S., artist. 
1757 Richards, Mrs. E. M., grocer. 

Mt. Tolmie Rd. begins. 
Prov. Royal Jubilee Hospital. 
1875 Charles, Alfred H., contr. 

Davie ends. 

Thompson, Andrew J., contractor. 
Barber, James, gardener. 
City Limits. 
Fort St. continues as Cadboro Bay 
Rd. 

FOUL BAY ROAD 

From Crescent Road north to Fort. 
Fairfield Rd. intersects. 

Pemberton, F. B., real estate 

Crease, A. D., barrister. 

Langley, W. H., barrister. 

Shallcross, John. 

Oak Bay School. 

Deakin, Geo. E., clerk. 

Pauline, F. A. 

Fleming, Harold. 

Talbot, G. R., nurseryman. 

Jameson, Wm. A. 

Fletcher, Joseph. 

Cowan Ave. intersects. 
Phair, James, "Longford." 
Gonzales Ave. intersects. 
Mason, Mary, wid. Ithiel. 
Oak Bay Ave intersects. 
1514 Reynard, Marmaduke C. 
Ashe, Thos., contractor. 
1520 Townsend, F. W., carpenter. 
Chaucer intersects. 
Lamb, C. W., "Avondale," wood 
turner. 
' Gunter, Samuel. 



Byron intersects. 

Fletcher, J. W. 

Vacant. 

Higgins, J. H., florist. 

Poole, Charles, pathmaster. 

FOURTH 

From Mt. Tolmie Road westwards 
(near Hospital). 

1775 Vye, Alexander, teamster. 

Collicutt, George M., painter. 

FRANCES AVE. 

From 3102 Douglas to Burnside Road. 

545 Torrance, James, motoneer. 

Birnie, Wm. 
603 Porter, John, expressman. 
606 Perry, John O., bookkeeper. 
612 Brinkman, Wm. J. 

617 Pulling, Arthur E. 

618 Bromley, George, carpenter. 

624 Brooks, Thomas, mineral water. 

625 McLeod, John, master mariner. 
637 Ardley, George E. 

640 Kelsey, Wm. E., clerk. 

FRASER 

(Esquimalt) from Cape Saxe north- 
wards to Esquimalt Rd. 

Guest, F., painter. 

Lyall intersects. 

Dipnall, Fred G., shipwright. 
Lock, John, dairyman, "Edge- 
wood." 



FREDERICK (1) 

(Spring Ridge) 
guard. 



now part of Fis- 



FREDERICK (2) 

(Victoria West) now part of Dundas. 

FRONT 

(Victoria West) from 521 Wilson to 
Russell. 

721 Lee, Robert, carpenter. 
727 Campbell, David 

731 English, William, mariner. 

732 Mann, — ., clerk. 
Victoria West School. 

738 Webb, John J., painter. 

744 Poole, Walter, edger man. 

747 Carruthers, Robert L., carpenter. 

751 Boulding, Ernest, teamster. 

801 McDonald, William, shoe store. 



XDlniversit^ School, Victoria, mmeb Columbia 



JBoar&ing anO Das Scbool for JBogs. 
15 Bcrce of placing jfielDs. 



IRcw JSrlch JBuilOing. 
Bppls to tbc JBursar. 



\A/eiler Bros- Co"^PlBte Home Furnishers 



ESTABLISHED 1862, 



917-921 GOVERNMENT STREET 



Gamma 



STREETS 



Gordon 283 



GAMMA 

From 3153 Delta to Alpha (off Burn- 
side Rd.) 

3157 Clare, Edward, conductor. 
3163 Bromley, John, carpenter. 
8170 McPhee, James, retired. 

GARBALLY ROAD 

From Victoria Arm to 2900 Douglas. 

351 Smith, George E. 
367 Vacant. 
401 Vacant. 
451 Vacant. 

467 Wood, George, conductor. 

468 Cassidy, John H., boilermaker. 
New house. 

471 Vacant. 

489 Holt, Wm. C, carpenter. 

Gorge Road intersects. 

New house. 
508 Pattison, Moses, lumberman. 

Sumas intersects. 
602 Dalley, Edwin, retired. 
616 Bishop, George, contractor. 
622 Jennings, Kester, carpenter. 
628 Bunnett, Otto, bookkeeper. 
634 Plaxton, Charles, retired. 

GLADSTONE STREET 

From 1929 Chambers to Pandora. 

1216 Coates, John A. 

1222 Agnew, Wm. 

1246 Heanski, Frank, painter. 

1252 Graham, Dilmon. 

1258 Jones, Wm. A., bricklayer. 

1263 Brown, John G., architect. 

1267 Cox, George J., piano tuner. 

1270 Philip, Charles D., purser. 

1276 Taylor, Wm., express. 

1280 Pye, Wm., laborer. 

1281 Fernwood Young Men's Asso- 

ciation. 

1282 Dale, Alexandere, teamster. 

1286 Sheppard, Thomas, laborer. 

1287 Wilson, Jeanett. 

1288 Smith, Frederick G. 
1290 Winter, Joseph, valet. 
1294 Rennie, Wm. J. 

1297 Emmanuel Baptist Church. 

1298 Rennie & Taylor, bakery. 

Fernwood intersects. 

1302 Sherk, Abraham, R., laborer. 

1307 Snider, Mrs. W. 

1308 Clarke, Frederick E., butcher. 
1310 Greenwood, Arthur, carp. 
1312 Jennings, Joseph H., laborer. 
1322 Toneri, Peter E., traveler. 
1330 Dalby, John, laborer. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

= JAPANESE FANCY GOODS = 
1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 



1338 Robertson, William A., black- 
smith. 
1341 Bevilockway, Ernest, pipe fitter. 
1350 Fenerty, James, clerk. 
1358 Renouf, Joseph, grocer. 
Stanley intersects. 
1415 Bassett, William P., manager. 

1421 Seward, Thomas W. 

1422 Parfitt, Aaron, builder. 

1426 Wilson, Alex. 

1427 Chapman, John, clerk. 

1432 Wilson, Ruther, bookkeeper. 
1436 Mutlow, John, machinist. 

1440 Morphy, George A., barrister. 

1441 Christie, David, carp. 
1446 Parfitt, James. 

1452 Webber, George, carpenter. 
1456 Lory, Elizabeth, wid. 
1460 Matthew, Thomas H., contr. 
Belmont Ave. intersects. 

1510 Vacant. 

1560 Belben, John F., insurance agent. 

GLASGOW AVE. 

From Tolmie Ave. northwards, next 
Quadra. 

Lucas, Mrs. Mary. 
Hutchinson, John, teamster. 

GONZALES AVE. 

From Foul Bay Rd. to Hampshire 
Rd. near Oak Bay Ave. 

Municipal stables. 

GORDON 

From 641 Humboldt to Broughton. 

812 Wilson, Wm. stonecutter. 
815 Flemming, Mrs. Sarah, wid. 

Courtney intersects. 
908 Anderson & Rendell, confec. 



Pacific Sheet Metal Works 

Office and Works : 931 VIEW STREET, VICTORIA, B. G. 

^=:=:=PH ONE 1772 



Copper and Galvanized Iron Cornice*.' 
Skylights and Metal Windows. Blow Pipe Work. 
Galvanized Iron, Tar & Gravel and Slate Roofing 



F> AFIT I C5 U l_ AFt <3 Ft O CU E R Y 



WEST END GI^OGERY COMPANY, LIMITED 



PHONES 88 & 1761 



VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA 



THE WINDSOR, Nanaimo, B. C. 



-Joseph Fox, 



Proprietor- 



Headquarters for Commercial Men. Well Lighted Sample Rooms 



284 Gore 



VICTORIA 



Government 



TRAVELLING MAN OR TOURIST 

IP TOO WANT A 

Saddle Horse, a Single or Double Rig, 
f»hcdivie: a s 

THE I. X. L. LIVERY STABLES 



NANAIMO, B. C. 



E. A. Hoskins, Prop 



GORE 

From Lyall to Head, near Work 
Point Barracks. 

Trickett, Stead, carp. 
Gray, John G., laborer. 
Ash, Thomas, carp. 
Banks, John C, cond. 
Davies, David, laborer. 
Jewsbury, Arthur, carp. 
Clifford, Edward J., laborer. 
Hydes, Eustace, gardener. 
Ah Jame, laundry. 

GORGE ROAD 

From City Limits Harriet Road 
to 2800 Government. 
Braden, John. 
Eberts, Hon. David M., K.C. 

Harriet Rd. intersects. 
Ridgeway, Wilson Wm., architect. 
63 Baker, Edgar Crow. 
Emma begins. 
101 Ellis, Thomas, retired. 
113 Norris, Frederick. 
136 Kirby, Thompson. 
141 Thomson, Charles W. R. 
147 Mitchell, Wesley N. 

Carrali intersects. 
206 Elliott, James E., blacksmith. 
219 McBride, Hon. Richard. 
236 McKenzie, Kenneth. 

Washington Ave, intersects. 
241 Loenholm, Ludwig, physician. 
253 Barnsley, John. 
260 White, Edward, real estate. 
306 Mayhew, Frederic H., retired. 
374 Morison, Fredrick J., customs. 

Manchester intersects. 
424 Parker, James. 
432 Morris, Harriet, wid. 

440 Christopher, Wm. B., machinist. 

441 Gorge Grocery, A. Mcllvride. 

Dunedin intersects. 
445 Gunn, John, bookkeeper. 
454 Willott, James, agent. 

Vacant. 
464 Rendall, Ralph, rnerchant. 

New house. 
467 Porter, Harrison T., agent C.P.R. 



478 Veitch, Thomas B., laborer. 

Garbaliy Rd. intersects. 

501 Parsons, Edward, clerk. 

507 Deaville, Clarence B., manager. 

515 Fawcett, Edward, carp. 

Rock Bay Ave. intersects. 

600 Steiner, Carolina. 

610 Humber, Wm. H. S., brick mfr. 

616 Lugrin, Charles H., editor. 

624 Van Sant, Frank. 

630 Connell, John. 

634 Kent, Wm. H., engineer. 

639 Centennial Methodist Church. 

646 Sheret, Andrew, plumber. 

664 Deaville, Wm. B., grocer. 

665 Huff, Gertrude, wid. 

GOVERNMENT 

From Dallas Road northwards to 
Douglas Junction. 

16 Boyd, Albert E., foreman. 

24 Morley, Frederick, mgr. 

27 Mason, John H., jailer. 

33 Carr, G.S., bookbinder. 

36 Paulsen, William F., retired. 

40 Hunter, Capt. Wm., retired. 

50 Brown, Charles R., rancher. 

54 Banister, Albert E., retired. 

58 Lewis, John, cabinet maker. 

62 Plumbe, Samuel H., acct. 

68 Vacant. 

Niagara intersects. 
107 Currie, Harry. 
120 Stevenson, Mrs. Margaret, - wid. 
125 Connell, John W. 
127 Latimer, L. B., real estate. 

129 Jackson, John J., mngr. 

130 Martin, Henry J. 

136 Newbury, John C, collector of 

customs. 
143 Cox, Andrew. 
145 Allan, Thomas W., marine eng. 

Simcoe intersects. 
204 Lowe, Skene, photographer. 
207 Carr, Edith. 

210 Bamford, Thomas, draughtsman. 
214 Hughes, Griffith R., chartered 

acct. 
217 Chadwick, Robert, hotelkeeper. 
220 Mason, Thomas G., retired. 
229 Allen, Alfred E., "Westview." 
235 Hibben, T. N. 

237 Fawcett, Rowland W. 

238 Cridge, Rt. Rev. Edward, bishop. 
251 Vacant. 

255 Tripp, R. G. M., supert. B.C.E.R. 

Avalon Rd. begins. 
303 Loat, Mrs. K. 

Toronto intersects. 
427 Tucker, William H. 



The Melrose Co., Limited 

PAINTS, GLASS. WALL PAPER. ETC. phoSeTo" ^''"SL.a 



FINANCIAL and 

INSURANCE 

AGENTS 



A. E. PLANTA, LTD. 

NANAIMO, B.C. Estab. 1888 



REAL ESTATE 
and LOANS 
PHONE 95 



Government 



STREETS 



Government 285 



429 Wallace, William. 
431 Cavin, Mrs. M. 
433 Hunter, Sarah. 
436 Naylor, William B. 

Michigan intersects. 
503 Metro, Kleon T. 

505 Kippen, Walter. 

506 Clay, Rev. W. Leslie. 

514 Hunter, Joseph, civil engineer. 
517 Crease, Arthur D., barrister. 
528 Smith, James McB., Deputy Min- 
ister of Finance. 

Superior intersects. 
602 Plimley, Allen, mechanic. 

605 Engelhardt, Mrs. S. M., wid. 

606 Plimley Automobile Co., Ld. 
610 Cameron, Edward, printer. 
623 Anderson, James. 

633 Vesilatos, D. N. 

641 Cameron, Wm. G., clothier. 

649 Spencer, Christopher. 

Belleville intersects. 

Empress Hotel, manager Bernard 
M. Humble. 

Humboldt begins. 
801 Belmont Bar. 
803 Aivazoff, M., confec. 
809 Baxter & Johnson, office supplies. 
811 Vacant. 
813 Vacant. 

817 Windsor Grocery Co. 
820 Post Office and Dominion Govt, 
offices. 

Courtney intersects. 

901 Windsor Hotel. 
Windsor Cigar Store. 

902 Porter, R. & Sons, Ld., but- 

chers. 

903 Emery, John, cigars. 

904 B. C. Fur Mnfg. Co. 

905 Windsor Cafe. 

907 Bleasdale & White, music dlrs. 
909 Brown & Cooper, fish and game. 
Newton, H. E., upstairs. 

911 Hinton Electric Co., Ld. 

912 Empress Drug Hall. 

915 Wilkerson, Wm. H., jeweler. 

916 Rogers, C. W., confectioner. 

917 Weiler Bros., furniture, etc. 

918 Bodwell & Lawson, barristers. 
Drury, R. L., insurance. 
Hargreaves, Geo., C.E. 
Victoria Business College. 

920 Peden Bros., bicycles. 

921 Weiler Bros., furniture, etc. 

922 B. C. Land & Invest. Agcy. Ld. 

Broughton intersects. 

1001 Dominion Express Co. 

1002 West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 



E.G.PARNELL 



-AGENT rOR- 



The Victor Safe and Lock Co. 



Western Coast Cash Registers. 
S13 HAMILTON ST. - VANCOUVER. B. C. 

1003 Whitney, J. M. Co., jewelers. 

1004 Waitt, M. W. & Co., music, etc. 

1005 Colley, E. P., surveyor. 
Harvey, A. W., surveyor. 

1006 Promis Block. 

Room — • 

2 Clemence, S. G., dentist. 

8 North B. C. Exproration Co. 
12 Provincial & Commercial Collect- 
ing Agency Ltd. 

14 Ellacott, C. H., surveyor. 

16 Griffith, H. S., architect. 

17 British Columbia Timber Co. 

15 Jones, A. M., broker. 
Victoria Agency. 

19 Jones, H. H., broker. 

Laird, Wm. E., broker. 
21 Rous-Cullin, H. J., architect. 
23 United Wireless Tel. Co. 

1007 Ryan & Lang, real estate. 
Bridgman, A. W., real estate. 

1008 Fullerton, J., boots and shoes. 

1009 Redfern, C. E., jeweler. 

1010 Campbell, Angus & Co., ladies' 

outfitters. 

1011 Nash, Richard, dentist. 
Humber, A. A., dentist. 

1012 Sommer, Joseph, picture farmer. 

1013 Bancroft, A., confec. 

1014 Hagenbuch, J. R., sign painter. 
Fleming, Bros., photographer. 

1016 B. C. Funeral Furnishing Co. 

1017 Challoner & Mitchell, jewelers. 

1018 Canadian Bank of Commerce 

bldg. 
Room — • 

3 Jones, T. J., dentist. 

5 B. C. Development Association. 

6 Victoria Clearing House. 
8 Mills, L. M., studio. 

12 Morgan, J. M., music teacher. 
15 Baker, E. Crow, financial agent. 

VICTORIA INSTITUTE 



Swedish Massage & Medical Baths 

G. BERCSTROM-BJORNFELT, '- Swedish Masseur 
821 FORT near BLANCHARD, - VICTORIA, B. C. 



PLUMBING 
HEATING 



E. F. GEIGER 



1428 DOUGLAS ST. 

Telephone No. 226 VICTORIA 



THE KING EDWARD HOTEL 

637-645 YATES STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 



Headquarters for Commercial Men. 

Large well lighted Sample Rooms. 

Cuisine and Service unsurpassed. 

A. C. HAMILTON, Proprietor 



286 Government 



VICTORIA 



Government 



GHALLONER& MITCHELL 

DIRECT IMPORTERS OF 

Precious Stones, Fine Jewelry, Silverware and Novelties 

Careful & prompt attention to Mail Order Business 

Refer to Drawer "J '■ when Ordering, 
1017 GOVERNMENT ST.. VICTORIA, B. C. 



1021 Alexander Club (ladies). 

1022 Canadian Bank of Commerce. 

1023 Brown Jug saloon. 

Fort intersects. 

1101 Royal Bank of Canada. 

1102 C.P.R. passenger and freight 

office. 

1104 Came, Frederick, grocer. 

1105 William's Drug Store. 

1106 Bowmass, W., hardware. 

1107 Finch & Finch, gent's furnish- 

ings. 

1108 Foster, Fred., furrier. 

1109 Baker Shoe Company. 

1110 Central Cycle Depot. 
Fairview Esquimalt Greenhouses, 

Ltd. 

1111 Foxall, Wm., photographer. 
Langley, Wm. H., barrister. 

1112 Mahon Block. 

Room— 



1113 

1116 
1117 
1118 
1120 

1122 
1123 
1124 
1126 



Burgess, Homer R., dentist. 

Harper, John, dentist. 

Courtney, C. K., barrister. 

Maysmith, N. B. & Co., stockbroks 

Ellis & Shumate, timber. 

Bell, Arthur, timber. 

Reid, D. C. & Co., insurance. 

Silica Brick & Lime Co. 

Griffith Co., real estate. 

Morphy, George A., barrister. 

Frampton, A. T., timber limits. 

Stevenson, F. W. & Co., stock- 
brokers. 

Keith, J. C. M., a,rchitect. 

Victoria Book & Stationery Co., 
Ltd. 

Ideal Shoe Store. 

Spencer, David, Limited. 

Morris, E. A., tobacconist. 

Alaska Bazar. 

Victoria Loan & Security Co., Ltd. 

Hibben Block. 

Young, H. & Co., drv goods. 

Fox, M. & H. A., cutlery. 

Army & Navy Cigar Store. 



Bastion Ends. 

1127 Hibben, T: N. & Co., stationers. 

1200 Bank of Montreal. 

1201 Fit-Reform Wardrobe. 



1203 Lowe, Skene, photogr. 
Wilson, John, architect. 
Sanders, Henry J., broker. 

1204 Great West Permanent Loan & 

Savings Co., Ltd. 

1205 Gt. Northern Ry. Office. 

1206 Swinerton & Oddy. 

1207 Heisterman, Forman «&: Co., real 

estate. 

1208 Hughes, J. E., cons. eng. 
Warner, James G. 
Gulley, George. 
Prairie Club. 

Muir, A. Maxwell, C. E. 

The Week. 

Blakemore, Wm., mining eng. 

1209 Wenger, J., jeweller. 

1210 B. C. Permanent Loan & Savings 

Co. 

1211 Lewis & Evans, tobacconists. 

Trounce Ave. Begins 

1212 Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Gt. Northwestern Telegraph Co. 

1214 Watson, Franklin P. 
Sorensen, Jens, tailor. 
B. C. Messenger Service. 

1216 Andernach, E. & Co., jewelers. 

1217 C. P. R. Telegraph Office. 

1218 Capital Barber Shop. 

1220 Standard Stationery Co. 

1221 Wilson, W. & J., clothiers. 
1223 Horseshoe Saloon. 

1225 Maryland Restaurant. 

1226 Bowers, Arthur E., cigars. 

1227 Munday, H. E., boots and shoes. 

1228 Bowes, Cyrus H., drugs. 

1229 Senate Saloon. 

1230 Jones & Co., photgrs. 
Liberal Assn's. Rooms. 
Coleman, Richard W., real estate. 
Victoria Typewriting Co. 
Haynes, Geo. H., dentist. 

1231 Fletcher Bros., music dlrs. 

1232 Kinsman, John E., ins. agt. 
Hall, Goepel & Co., ins. agts. etc. 
Hall & Walker. 

Victoria Realty Co., Ltd. 
Toller & Grubb, real estate. 

1234 Blackwood, E. E. 

Alaska Pacific Express Co. 
International SS. Co., ticket office. 
N. P. Rly. Co. 
Northern Express Co. 

1235 Barber Bros. 

1236 Northern Crown Bank. 
Mitchell, Wesley N., real estate. 
Proctor, Fred., dentist. 
Western Finance Co. 
Greenwood, John, real estate. 
Bell, J. Blanchard, barrister. 
Blair, Wm., photogr. 



IF YOU WANT 
THAT IS ALL 



GOAL 



Send 

Your Orders 

to the 



Victoria Fuel Company 

Telephone 1377. 618 Trounce Avenue 



TIMBER, FRUIT and 

FOR FARM LANDS OR 

CITY PROPERTY 



R. W. COLEMAN 

ADDRESS Phone 302. P. O. Drawer 574 

1230 Government Street, Victoria, B. G. 



Government 



STREETS 



Government 287 



1237 Vasilatos, Kate, confec. 

1241 B. C. Market Co., Ltd. 

1242 Oriental Importing Co. 

Yates Intersects. 

1300 Salmon, H. L., tobacconist. 

1301 Imperial Bank of Canada. 
1303 B. C. BI. Ry. ticket office. 

1303 Bismarck Hotel. 

1304 Dean, John, real estate. 

1305 My Wardrobe. 

1306 LeRoy, Frank, tobacconist. 

1307 Russell, George S., barber. 

1308 Excelsior Saloon. 

1309 Siddall, Hinkson & Son, real es- 

tate. 

1311 Grand Theatre. 

1312 New England Hotel. 

1313 Rendell, F. B., billiards. 

1315 Aaronson, A. A., Indian curios. 

1316-8 Levy, Arthur, restaurant. 

1317 Ross, Dixi H., & Co., groceries.etc. 

1319 Eagles' Hall. 
Socialist Party. 

B. C. El. Rly. employees' rooms. 
Hartman, S. M., dentist. 

1320 Norris, F. & Sons, saddlers. 

1321 Barnsley, J. & Co., sporting goods. 

1322 Whittaker, Wm., "barber. 

1323 Army & Navy Clothing Store. 

1324 Omineca Saloon. 

1325 Harocop & Antipas, confec. 

1326 Waterson, H. G., job printer. 
Kinnaird, Walter D., tailor. 

1327 Goodacre, Lawrence & Sons, 

meats. 

1328 Christie's Shoe Emporium: 

Johnson Intersects 

1401 Prior, E. G., hardware. 

1402 Shore Hardware Co., Ltd. 
1404 Mikado Bazaar. 

1406 Victoria Hotel. 

1407 Empress Theatre. 
Thorold, The, rmg. house. 

1411 Powell, Geo. & Sons, hardware. 

1414 Oytang, C, tailor. 

1416 Bartenders' Union. 

1420 Hafer, L., machinist. 

1422 Yokohama Bazaar. 

1424 Smith, Mc. Charles, retired. 

1426 Osborne, Robert, confectioner. 

1427 Prince Hotel. 

Pandora Begins 

142-8 Ah Hoy, tailor. 

1430 Kai, Chung & Bro., boots and 

shoes. 
1432 Ah Wing & Co., tailors. 
1434 Charlie Chun Lee & Co., dry 

goods. 
1438 Nagano, J. M., fancy goods. 



CollCQiate Scbool for Bo^g 

Head Master: 
.J. W. LAING, M. A., OXFORD 

"th e laurels," 



1249 ROCKLAND AVENUE. 



PHONE 62 



1501 Tai Yune & Co. 

1503 Clifton, Charles, locksmith. 

Cormorant Intersects 
1601 Ono, S. R. & Co. 
1603 Wo On & Co., mdse. 
1608 Quong Wah Chung & Co., dry 

goods. 
1610 Wing Wo Tai, mdse. 
1612 Ching Chong, mdse. 

1614 Dan Yock Tong Co., importers. 

1615 Wing Wo Tai & Co. 

1616 Simon G. B., jeweller. 

1618 Tooy Kee. 

1619 Hop Kee, tailor. 

1621 Yee Ying Foung. 

1622 Wing Chong Tai, fish dealer. 

1624 Man Chong & Co., mdse. 

1625 Sun Lee Yun, boots and shoes. 
1628 Yee Chong Co., dry goods. 
1630 Man Wo Co., mdse. 

1632 On Tai, mdse. 

1633 Lim Sam. 

Fisguard Intersects 
1701 Chong Kee, tailor. 
1705 Charley Shing & Co., em. agts. 

1707 Wing Lee, shoe repairer. 

1708 Bow Kee & Co., tailors. 

1709 Wing On & Son, employment agts. 

1715 Quong Man Fung & Co., silks. 

1716 Gim Fook Yuen, gen. merchant. 

1717 Kung Yuen & Co., importers. 

1722 Kintaro, H. 

1723 Sing Chong & Co., wood. 

1724 Honda J., barber. 

1726 Princess of Wales Saloon. 

1727 Shon Wah & Co., grocers. 

Herald intersects. 
1800 Mellor, Joseph, blacksmith. 

Chatham intersects. 
1905 Pacific Wagon Works. 

WREATHS AND CUT FLOWERS. 
FOUR AC RES OF GREEN HOUSES. 

VICTORIA FLORAL CO., VICTORA, 
VANCOUVER FLORALCO.,VANCOUVER 



613 Fort Street 
Ros« Bay Nurseries 



Phone 918 
Phone 285 



E. Pimbury & Go. 



DRUC3© 



(Y IVIAII- 



IMAIMAIfVICD, B.C^. 



Layritz Nursery 



Headquarters for choice Nursery Stock. 
Best assortment in the Country. 



Carey Rd., Victoria, B.C. 



288 Government 



VICTORIA 



Green 



HAWKINS &, HAYWARD 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 



AND CONSTRUCTION 
72 8 Yates St. Telephone 643 

1911 Wolti Peter, driver. 
1921 Victoria-Phoenix Brewery. 
Discovery intersects 

2000 Shawnigan Lake Lumber Co. 

2001 Lan Kee. 

2011 Bent, Arthur R., blacksmith. 
2025 Prior, E. G. & Co., Ltd., wareh'se. 
Pembroke intersects. 

2115 Hydraulic Supply Mnfr. Co. 

2116 Taylor Mill Co.. Ltd. 

Princes Ave. Intersects. 
2205-2207 Taylor Mill storehouse. 
2213 McManus, Thomas L. 

Queen's Ave. begins. 
2404 Brooks, James. 

Bay intersects. 
2509 Costin, Frederick N. 

2515 McKiel, George C, conductor. 

2516 Hoyt, Charles L. 
2521 New house. 

2523 Thompson, Wm. C, salesman. 

2526 McCarter, Wm., millman. 

2527 Longfield, Jesse A., violin teacher. 
2532 Taylor, John 

2535 Barr, Robert A., motoneer. 

2543 Worthington, Wm. P., bricklayer. 

2544 Mitchell, Thomas. 

2547 Cruickshank, Alexander. 

John ends. 
2600 Fountain Saloon. 
2610 Green, James, agent. 
2620 Babington, Panmure A. 

Hillside Ave. intersects. 
2702 Curry, Charles L., carpenter. 

COWARD AVE. 
Oak Bay. 

Lampman, Hon. Peter S., judge. 

GRAHAME 

From 1000 Bay St. northwards. 

2504 Hastings, Wm. C, teamster. 

2508 Eccles, Robert C, machinist. 

2509 Webb, Mrs. (widow). 

2514 Verge, Samuel, carpenter. 

2515 Burley, Samuel J. 
2520 Stevens, Percy, laborer. 



2524 Latham, John. 

2525 Eccles, James H., carpenter. 

2530 Wallace, Angus, engineer. 

2531 Dakers, Annie, Mrs. (widow). 
2534 Bent, A., blacksmith. 

2538 Wilmore, Joseph, blacksmith. 
2542 Phipps, Herbert, fireman. 
2545 Plows, Frederick, bricklayer. 

King's Road intersects. 
2617 McPhee, Mrs. Olive. 
2637 Mackenzie, John. 
2645 Pengelly, Alfred, drayman. 
2649 Jeeves, Frank, blacksmith. 

Hillside Ave. intersects. 
2743 Balfour, — ., contractor. 
2747 Mullett, Walter, clerk. 
2751 Boucher, David R., carpenter. 
2767 Lewis, Richard, janitor. 

2823 Thatham, Frederick, janitor. 

2824 Speck, John W., accountant. 
2924 Barnett, Alfred T., stationary eng. 

Yule, Wm., blacksmith. 

GRANT 

From 1716 Cook to Belmont Ave. 

1117 Vacant. 

1131 Sheilds, Mary (widow). 
1145 Trimble, James, teamster. 
1167 Kiel, Moses, sealer. 

Chambers intersects. 
1263 Sprinkling, Wm. A., tailor. 
1267 Barry, Mary A., widow. 
1279 Waites, George F., locksmith. 
1282 Dalziel, Henry, machinist. 
Fernwood Rd. intersects. 
1316 Williamson, George, carp. 
1328 Scovil, M., Annie. 

1336 Atack, Joseph. 

1337 McConnan, Edward M., book- 

keeper. 

1338 Ure Charles teamster. 
1344 "Campbell, Thomas, clerk. 
1348 Vital, Adele, millinery. 

1360 McNeill, Angus B., real estate. 

Stanley Ave. intersects. 
1412 King, James, laborer. 
1418 Hayes, Harold H., carpenter. 
1433 Colling, James, carpenter. 
1438 Heritage, J. A., engineer. 

1448 Spencer, Rev. Daniel. 

1449 Falkner, Charles E., teacher. 
1454 Burbidge, Joseph, builder. 
1460 Horn, Robert C, merchant. 

GREEN 

From 2003 Quadra eastwards. 

909 Hatch, Wm., painter. 
913 Pardoe, Mary A., wid. 
917 Yeo, John H., expressman. 



B.C. Hardware Company, Ltd. 

631 YATES STREET, Cor. BROAD, VICTORIA. Telephone 82 



B. Williams & Co. °^h°atVer"® 

SOLE AGENTS FOR Mi^t^y',^ DO ..— ....^^....^ 

SEMI-READY TAILORING VlCtONa, B. C. OUTFITTERS 



Green 



STREETS 



Head 289 



922 Drake, Francis, teamster. 

923 New house. 

925 Janes, Jane, wid. 

926 Williams, John, fireman. 
929 Sellers, John, blacksmith. 
932 Newman, Susan. 

941 Brown, Wm., merchant. 
948 Thomson, John, gardener. 
963 Smith, James, carp. 

HAMPSHIRE ROAD 

From Saratoga Ave. to Oak Bay 
Ave., east of Burns. 

HAMPSHIRE RD., N. 

From Oak Bay Ave. northwards 
east of Burns. 

Vacant. 

Jameson, Robert J., electrical 

eng. 
Jones, Robt. R. 
Sprague, Herbert, bookkeeper. 
Vacant. 
Noble, Wm., gardener. 

HARBINGER AVE. 

From 1200 Block Fairfield Rd. to 
Richardson. 

635 Brown, Geo. S. 
641 Irwin, Jessie, wid. 
703 New house. 

705 Vacant. 

706 Easton, Wm., builder. 
807 Vacant. 

809 New house. 

HARRIET ROAD 

From Gorge Road northwards to 
Boleskine Rd. (northwest boundary 
City). 

Cunningham, Seymour de T. 
Burnside Rd. intersects. 

Peter, Wm., machinist. 

Brinkman, Martin, car driver. 

Moore, Chas. T., laborer. 

Botterill, Matthew. 

Hughes, Chas., laborer. 

HARRISON 

From 1334 Yates northwards to Pan- 
dora Ave. 

1323 Harrison. Eli, judge. 
1330 Trimen, Susan M., wid. 

Swinerton, Robert H., real estae. 
1339 Hughes, George B. 
1342 Blaiklock, Agnes, wid., private 

school. 
1345 Vacant. 

1351 Carter, William O., clerk. 
1354 Cathcart, William, bootmaker. 
1403 McCallum, John B., agent. 
1410 Wilkerson, William H., jeweler. 



RUBBER STAMPS MADE DAILY 

SWEENEY & McGONNELL 

SOLICIT TOUR ORDERS FOR 

PRINTING °:^\"^^ i^ss 

1209 Langley Street, Victoria Phone 190 

1411 Sexsmith, Edward W., clerk. 
1415 Wilson, Frederick M., plumber. 
1421 Edwards, Adams, stationer. 
Clemenst, John R., laborer. 

1430 Court, Stephen C, clerk. 

1431 Kinloch, James W., plumber. 

HAUGHTON 

From 1419 Pembroke to Denman. 

2117 Orchard, Philip, blacksmith. 
2143 Sigurdson, Mrs. 
2151 Sargent, Walter J. . 
2154 Smith, Malcolm. 
2160 Dalgarno, Andrew. 

HEAD 

Runs from Work Point Barracks 
northwest to Old Esquimalt Rd. 

Work Point Barracks. 
Collis, Henry P., bookkeeper. 
Brock, Robert, laborer. 
Wise, George, blacksmith. 
Rogers, Joseph, dairy. 
Nolan, Mrs. L. I. 
Dunkinson, Wm., tailor. 
McKenzie, — . 
Martin, Jonathan, laborer. 
Patterson, Mrs. Catrina. 

Gore ends. 
Swarbrick, — , shoemaker. 
Jacobson, Victor, sealer. 
Simpson, Allan, teamster. 

Paradise ends. 
Occ. 

Eraser, Wm. G., cond. 
Heighes, Hugh R., carp. 
Fea, Henry, accountant. 

Dunsmuir intersects." 
Yerrill, Wm., "Deptford." 

Stanley intersects. 
Crocker, George, carp. 



OFFICE PHONE 13 



STABLE PHONE 1793 



VictoriaTruck&DrayCo.Ltd. 

FREIGHTING ANDTEAMING 

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 

MOVING FURNITURE AND HEAVY MACHINERY 

Office : 1315 WHARF ST. Sfables : 749 BROUGHTON ST. 



H.&W., BUTCHERS 



WHOLESALE and RETAIL, 



NANAIMO 



ARTHUR COLES, \ 



REAL ESTATE 

AND 

NSURANCE 



1205 Broad St., Victoria, B. C. 



Phone 65. Estates Managed. 



290 Head 



VICTORIA 



Heywood Ave. 



YOXALL POULTRY FARM 

HARTLEY GISBORNE. 

White Orpingtons. 

Post Office : LADYSMITH, BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Esquimalt Rd. intersects. 

Fraser, Wm. J., clerk. 
MacNutt, Geo. A., "Douglas Fir." 
Christian, Valentine. 
Andrews, James, druggist. 
Corfield, Wm. F., "Knowle 

House." 
Shoebotham, Robt. H. 
Bryden, John. 

HELMCKEN 

From 500 Block Toronto north to 
Michigan. 

403 Nightingale, James, laborer. 
411 Morgan, John, saloon keeper. 
415 Redfern, George H., optician. 
423 Brown, George H., traveler. 

Michigan intersects. 
426 Rudge, Harry, saloon keeper. 
428 Cullin, William H., printer. 
432 Robertson, George D., mariner. 
434 Salmon, Thomas F. 
438 Robinson, George E., pressman. 

HENRY 

(Victoria West) from 203 Esquimalt 
Road to Russell. 

209 Dodd, Martin J., carp. 
221 Crombie, Ancel. 
225 Humber, Laurel S., clerk. 
230 North, George, bartender. 

Catherine intersects. 
303 Brooker, Thomas C, clerk. 

309 Felling, Charles B. 

310 Church of the Holy Saviour. 
315 Bland, John H., fireman. 

320 Lundahl, Berger, machinist. 

321 Alliott, Walter, brakesman. 

326 St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. 

327 Geake, Harry J., engineer. 

HERALD 

From 1800 Store to Blanchard. 

406 Creigie, David, longshoreman. 
412 Dahlburg, Charles, sealer. 
414 Francis, Thomas, laborer. 
418 Faddie, Antoin. 

Store intersects. 
513 Martin, Mrs. Fanny. 
515 Martin, Mrs. Fanny. 



519 
523 
527 
531 
533 
537 
539 
541 
545 
547 
561 
561 



Anderson, Alex., clerk. 

Chinese. 

Cabins. 



Preece, Wm. M., barber. 
Government intersects. 



614 Levi, Rudolph, tailor. 

617 Hirano, S., boarding house. 

'618 Chinese. 

621 Chinese. 

622 Chinese. 

623 Chinese. 

624 Chinese. 

629 Duck Lee, laundry. 
636 Foreigners. 
638 Chinese. 

642 Chinese. 

643 Occ. 
644-52 Chinese. 

Douglas Intersects 

722 Purvis, Frederick W., mach. 

724 Petticrew, James, marine engineer 

725 New house. 

729 Porter, H., Augustus, butcher. 

733 Jones, Wm. R. 

737 Bryden, Andrew. 

741 Smith, John H., clerk. 

HEREWARD ROAD 

From Wilson Street (Victoria West) 
North to Pine (City Boundary). 
831 Coppard, Wm. H. 
837 Vacant. 

841 Daniels, Arthur J., ship carp. 
Muir, Geo., driver. 

E. & N. Intersects 

905 Brown, Charles J., wood carver. 

927 Pomeroy, C. H., painter. 

Lowry, Samuel, painter. 

Farrand, Thos., laborer. 

'Saccho, C, longshoreman. 

HEYWOOD AVENUE 

From 618 Blanchard Avenue East- 
wards, Then South Around Beacon 
Hill Park. 

803 Huckell, Katherine, boardg. house. 
813 Miles, Ada, wid. Geo., bdg. house. 
857 Thomas, John, tailor. 
861 Hunter, Isabelle, nurse. 

865 Morley, Alfred J. 

866 Flewin, M. A., wid. Charles. 



HOTEL VICTORIA, 



Most Centrally Located Hotel in 
the City. Strictly Firit-CIasa in 
every detail. Sample Rooms for 
Commercial Men. 



C. J. TULK, Prop. 



1406 GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA, B.C. 



HINTON ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED 

ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES. 911 Government St., Victoria Phone 38 



Heywood Ave. 



STREETS 



Hillside Ave. 291 



Rupert Intersects 

902 McTavish, Mrs., Margaret B., wid. 
912 McTavish, Amy C, wid. Geo. A. 
920 Tilton, E. G., C. E. 
926 Moffat, Thos., engineer C. P. R. 
932 Burnett, Philip. 
936 Belford, John. 
940 Woolison, Harry, com'n. agt. 
944 Harte, E. J., planerman. 
948 Vacant. 

954 Lioewenburg, Carl, German Con- 
sul. 
956 Avery, John, contr. 
958 Hodgson, Fredric, broker. 
960 Vacant. 

9'66 iShaw, J. J., draughtsman. 
968 Dowler, Ernest D. 
970 Ray, Charles E., clerk. 
972 Hanna, Wm. J., undertaker. 
974 Wilson, Charles E., barrister. 
980 Hall, Fred. J., messenger. 
Lewis, E., Arman, contr. 
986 Pollock, J. R., Prin. So. Park Schl. 
988 Vacant. 

HILDA 

From 500 Cook to Linden Ave. 
1136 Greenwood, Alfred E. 
1140 Jessop, John C, engineer. 

HILL 

From 2626 Rose Westwards. 

765 Sheppard, Henry, Wm. 

766 MacEchern, Archibald E., carp. 

768 Fairall, Charles, carp. 

769 Murrant, Richard A. 

770 Raines, Wm., carp. 

774 Stew:art, Wm. C, real estate. 
778 Diggon, Harold M., printer. 
780 McGary, James S., eng. 

HILLSIDE AVENUE 

From Pleasant to Cedar Hill Road. 

328 King, Wm. C, butcher. 
334 Martin, Patrick, master mariner. 
Turner Intersects 

402 Grant, Donald, carp. 

403 Watson, Wm. W. 

408 Morton, Thomas W., engineer. 
Dickinson , Edwin. 

409 Olive, Nicholas, carp. 

414 Carson, Wm. G., police sergeant. 

415 Rivers, Henry, painter. 

420 Green, George S., ship carp. 
424 Dodd, John C, clerk. 
427 McNeill, James C, pressmen. 
431 Kettle, Wm. H., engineer. 

Bridge Intersects 
515 Murray, Marshall, carriage build'r. 



Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Mills: 355 Garbally Road Phone 864 
City Office cor. Fort and Broad Streets 

Best quality Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Moldings 
and Lath, furnished customers. 



516 Mills, Emily, widow. 

517 Clarke, Percival, teamster. 
522 Johnston, Ella, Mrs. 

524 Wood, Mrs., Sophie C, widow. 

527 Collins, George. 

530 Wiggs, Alfred, engineer. 

534 Moir, Alexander, sawyer. 

535 Brooks, Fred'k. carriage builder. 
541 Moore, Arthur A., brewer. 

545 Ramsdale, Frederick, G. W., team- 
ster. 
547 Heffernan, Josephine, widow. 
553 McKinnon, Bridget, Mrs. 
557 Adamson, Wm., whsemn. 

559 Patterson, Robert, sawyer. 

560 Fry, John, constable. 
565 Howard, John, laborer. 

567 Clarke, Robert, engineer. 

568 Walsh, James S., drayman. 
571 Dodd, Henry W., mariner. 

574 Nickells, Frederick A., bookkpr. 

575 Hill, John E., engineer. 

582 Devlin, Joseph C, Sr., traveller. 

583 McPhee, John J. 

Rock Bay Ave. intersects. 

621 Johnston, John T. 

627 Bond, Fredrick, jeweler. 

628 Norman, Henry, carpenter. 
631 Fox, Joseph, woodturner. 
635 Smallwood, David. 

638 Kermode, Edward G., carpenter. 

639 Anderson, Capt. Frederick.. 

640 McDougall, Capt. Wm. D. 

646 McCarter, Wm. T., contractor. 

Doguias intersects. 

728 Stewart, James, moulder. 

740 New house. 

760 Braden, Wm. H., plumber. 

765 Ross, Harry G. 

766 Saanlch Lumber Co. 

773 McKay, Wm., watchman. 

774 Nichols, Frederick, miner. 

775 Anderson, Andrew R. 

776 Robinson, Wm. R. 

780 New house. 

781 Williams, Frederick Wm. 

785 Mackintosh, Cecila E. (widow). 
788 J^mieson, Robert. 

793 Davis, Mary F 

794 Backus, Mary J. (widow). 



LAWRENCE GOODACRE& SONS 

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS. 1327 Government, Cor. Johnson, Victoria 



QUEEN'S MARKET 

Established 1858 



THE PLIMLEY AUTOMOBILE CO., Ltd. 



Automobile Garage, 606 Government, Victoria 



Phone 695 



292 Hillside Ave. 



VICTORIA 



Humboldt 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

STOCKS, BONDS, HIGH 
GRADE INVESTMENTS 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitan Block 

VICTORIA, B. C. 

Deaville, Sons & Co., grocers. 
Rose intersects. 
803 Davies, Richard C, retired. 
806 Malcolm, John M. 
813 Mills, John, machinist. 

818 Grahame, Mary (widow). 

819 Black, John, broker. 

Blanchard Ave. ends. 

Keithley, George, engineer. 

Bosustow, Charles, machinist. 

Ball, James, gardener. 

Cox, Thomas, engineer. 

Little, George H., commission agt. 

Rhode, Frank L., laborer. 

Bird, Arthur J. 

Quadra intersects. 
Gunn, John, grocer. 

Sixth intersects. 
New house. 
New house. 
New house. 

Andrews, J. B., manager. 
Walton, John, engineer. 



910 
914 
915 
918 
919 
925 
945 



1036 
1038 



1101 
1102 
1105 
1109 
1117 
1118 
1121 
1131 



Grahame intersects. 

Gent, Alfred, plumber. 
Middleton, Edmond, retired. 
Woodward, George, laborer. 
McLeod, — ., carpenter. 
Sears, Joseph, painter. 
Galloway, Wm. R., real estate. 
Rife, David C, painter. 
WTiite, Joseph H., laborer. 

Prior intersects. 

1134 Blair, Mrs. Mary. 

1144 Shaw, James, carpenter. 

1150 Griffin, Herbert P., clerk. 

Blackwood commences. 

1227 Wilson, Chas. H., retired. 
Cook intersects. 
B. C. Protestant Orphanage. 
1302 Taylor, Robt. H., painter. 
1350 Brabiner, William, stonemason. 
1362 Godtel, Adam. 
1370 Prins, Simon, retired. 

Cedar Hill Rd. here. 



HOLLY 
In the Oaklands District, near Ade- 
laide Rd. and Lansdowne Rd. 

1514 Matthews, Herbert M., carpenter. 

HOSPITAL STREET 

(Esquimalt) continuation of Esqui- 
malt Road. 

Johnston, James, laborer. 
Lawrence, R. Farron, C.E., "Cae- 
rau Cottage." 

HOWARD 

From 1622 Pembroke to Edmonton 
Road. 

2201 Dods, Alfred J., plumber. 
2209 Butter, Mary (widow). 
Denman intersects. 
2302 Brikes, Mary A. (widow). 
Vacant. 

HULTON 

From 1900 Cowan Ave. northwards. 

1061 Colston, Wm. 

1065 Hopper, John T., bookkeeper. 

1066 New house. 

1067 Williams, Mrs. C. 

1069 Macdonald, John D., carpenter. 

Oak Bay Ave. intersects. 
1529 Plowright, Edward, engineer. 

1533 Burns, John D., teamster. 

1534 Jacklin, Thomas, ironmoulder. 
1602 St. Columbia Presbyterian Ch. 
1608 Webb, Henry J. 

1611 Mclnnes, John, teamster. 

1614 Olsen, Peter. 

1615 Sorby, Margaret, nurse. 

1637 Tait, David, shoemaker. 

1638 Palmer, Mrs. R. 

Leighston Rd. intersects 
Fort intersects. 

2024 Ford, A. E. 

2025 Tarwood, E. T., engineer. 
2030 Bennetts, Jacob, laborer. 
2041 Simpson, James, clerk. 

HUMBOLDT 

From 801 Government to Vancouver. 
602 Belmont Bar. 
608 McLeod, D., wharfinger. 
612 Morgan, John. 

622 Kennedy, James, longshoreman. 
628 Wright, Mrs. Isabella (widow). 
634 Shires, Frank, Saloon keeper. 

Douglas intersects. 
700 "The Corner Grocery." 
704 Herbert, — ., boot black. 



Lewisville Hotel 

CHEMAINUS, B. C. 



Special Attention Given to Tourists 
and Commercial Men. 

Newly Built and Kefurnished Throughout. 

S. J. HAGAN, Proprietor 



HARDWARE 
PAINTS, OILS 

AND 

VARNISHES 

STOVES 

and HEATERS 



THE SHORE HARDWARE CO. LTD. 

1400-1402 GOVERNMENT STREET 
PHONE 644. VICTORIA P. O. BOX 46 



RAZORS 
SCISSORS 
TABLE AND 
POCKET CUT- 
LERY, GUNS and 
AMMUNITION 



Humboldt 



STREETS 



John 293 



706 Thornton, Arthur, grocer. 

709 Weiler Bros.' factory. 

710 Robinson, Brinkley F., laborer. 
714 Belanger, John, ship carpenter. 
716 Kerr, Robert, tailor. 

720 Johnson, Mrs. J. B. 
723 Sam Wo Lee, laundry. 
727 Sam Sing-, laundry. 

Penwill intersects. 

734 Fredette, Mrs. C, rooming house. 

738 Lines, Dora (widow). 

742 Croghan, Arthur, teamster. 

744 Greaney, Mrs. M. 

748 Churton, Minnie (widow). 

752 Cabins. 

754 Vacant. 

Blanchard Ave. intersects. 

800 White Horse Hotel. 

806 Rabey, Henry W., laborer. 

835 St. Ann's Academy. 

840 St. Joseph's Hospital. 

867 Cruickshank, George, carpenter. 

868 Gray, Peter, retired. 

869 Henderson, Henry S., manager. 
873 Wilson, David P., engineer. 

Rupert irttersects. 

926 Vernon, Mrs. (widow). 
952 Rithet. R. P. 
.977 Godson, Ernest, clerk. 
Genge, Laurence. 

IDA 

From 1700 Pembroke to Denman. 

2111 W. C. T. U. Home for Girls. 
2131 Nobbs, Frederick, laborer. 
2135 Campbell, Donald, cooper. 

IMRA 

From Burnside Road Northeasterly 
(at City Boundary). 

Snow, John, laborer. 
Domley, Mrs. Wm. 
Scott, Henry, laborer. 
Carmoody, Wm. J., lather. 
Johnson, Skuli. 

INDIAN RESERVE 

(Victoria West) 

Carrol, Patrick H., bridge tender. 
Reynolds, Wm. K., boat house. 
Marine Hospital, Geo. Unwin, spt. 
Turpel, Wm. & Son, marine rlwy. 
Cooper, Michael, chief. 
Smith, Sidney, dairy. 
Smith, John P., dairy. 
Albany, Austin, butcher. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

WHOLESALE WRAPPING PAPER 

PAPER BAGS, ETC. 

LET ME QUOTE YOU PRICES 

620 Cormorant Street - Victoria, B. C. 



ISLAND ROAD 

From Church Road to Oak Bay Park 

Palmer, Wm., carp. 
Wamsley, Wm., prospector. 
Cunningham, R. A., miner. 

JAMES STREET 

(Victoria West) From 631 Esquimalt 
Road to Waterfront. 

315 Monteith, George, shipwright. 

321 Vacant. 

JESSIE 

(Victoria West) From 1000 Alston to 
Russell. 

202 Nott, Robert J., plumber. 

203 Hinds, Francis, painter. 
212 Michell, George, traveller. 
217 Peppett, Claude, bookkeeper. 

Catherine Intersects 

316 Dixon, Harry, engineer. 

Mary Intersects 

402 Armstrong, William H. 

403 Massick, Ernest W., eng. 

408 Sutton, William. 

412 Gillam, Edward, mariner. 

JOHN 

From Pleasant to 2,600 Government. 

322 Foulds, Mary, widow. 

326 Morris, Thomas R., salesman. 
330 Davis, Wm. T., shipright. 

Turner Intersects 
402 Neate, John L., linotype operator. 
406 Muir, Wm. J., mch. 

409 Anderson, James, engineer. 

410 Hutchison, Jenet, wid. 

416 Nunn, Robert Wm., motoneer. 
419 Hawkins, Thomas Wm. 
422 Cavin, John M., Capt. 
425 Knevitt, Annie, wid. 

428 Stephens, Wm. J., shipbuilder. 

429 Handley, Wm. H., inspector. 

433 Goyette, Joseph H., tmstr. 

434 Breckenridge, David, mch. 

438 Townsley, Guy F., boilermaker. 
442 McAdam, Ernest K., acct. 
Bridge Intersects 



NORTH-WEST REAL ESTATE CO. 

Timber Limits and Real Estate roe YATEslrrvicTowA 



FLOUR 

AND 

FEED 



BANNERMAN & NORNE 

635-7 JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA. PHONE 487 



Poultry 
Supplies 



294 John 



VICTORIA 



Johnson 




524 Kettle, Wm. A., carip. 

528 McLeod, Robert, engineer. 

534 Thomson, Robert. 

540 Bolton, George R., 'blacksmith. 

546 Logan, Edward, logger. 

547 Johnson, Arthur P., salesman. 

548 Mowat, David S., gas fitter. 
554 Baker, George T., carp. 

560 Wray, Cecil, mariner. 

565 Johnson, Edward C. 

566 Watson, Wm. B., insurance agent. 

571 Walsh, Joseph B., truckman. 

572 Fowler, Jasper, mechanic. 
578 Wolf, Henry P., hackman. 

580 Carter, Charles R., manager. 

581 McDougall, Alfred, master mariner 

584 Carter, Robert, tax collector. 

585 Pottinger, Wm. B., butcher. 

589 Davidson, Andrew A., foreman 
moulder. 

592 Bishop, Harry P., agent. .. 

593 Carter, Clarence, H. F., electrician. 
59'6 Chitty, Charles F. S., eng. 

597 Ellis, Harrison W., clerk. 

Rock Bay Avenue Intersects 
619 Frewing, Wm. 

622 Haynes, Sarah A. 

623 Carter, Arthur, constable. 

628 Maynard, Albert, photographer. 

629 Hall, Mary A., wid. 

i634 Pritchard, Thomas B., painter. 
635 Borde, Antoinette, wid. 
643 Manley, Adelaide. 
646 Ward, George. 

JOHNSON 

From 1400 Store to Fernwood Road. 

B. C. Sand and Gravel Co. 
507 Barber Bros., store room. 

510 B. C. Hardware Co. 

511 Ramsay's Machine Works. 
515 Louvre Hotel. 

523 Todhunter, J., barber. 

525 Clyde, A. J., stoves. 
527 California Hotel. 



Store Begins 

530 Grand Pacific Hotel. 
533 Western Clothing Co. 



534 B. C. Junk & Hardware Co., Ltd. 

536 Klondike Restaurant. 

537 Wille, L. & Sons, grocers. 

541 B. C. Drug Co., Ld. 

542 Russ House Saloon. 

543 Victoria Cafe. 

545 Oliver, Mrs. M., rooming house. 

546 Empire Chop House. 

547 Greensfelder, Henry, watchmaker. 

548 Empire Hotel. 

549 Lilies, Andrew, confec. 

550 iStrand Hotel. 

551 Colonial Hotel. 

554 Strand Cafe. 

555 McCandless Bros. & Cathcart, 

boots and shoes. 

556 Foster, Fred., taxidermist. 

557 MoCandless Bros., clothing. 

558 B. C. Trading Co., hardware. 

560 King's Head Restaurant. 

561 Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

562 McDowell, J. A., tobacconist. 
562 King's Head Hotel. 

565 Empire Clothing Co. 

566 Pantages Theatre. 

567 Pichon & Lenfesty, gunsmiths. 
Neal & Bowman, electroplaters. 

569 Faletto, Michael, confec. 

570 Jeune Bros., sails and tents. 

571 Jubilee Saloon. 

572 Aaronson, Jacob, secondhand 

dealer. 

574 Costin, F. N., bicycles. 

575 Wriglesworth, Wm. J., fish and 

game. 

577 Meads, Thomas C, cigars. 

578 White Cafe. 

579 Schnoter, F. H., cigar mnfr. 

580 Baynton, A. J., barber. 

581 Cameron, Wm. G., clothier. 
585 Rutland, Henry, gent's furngs. 
587 Anderson, Mrs. N., rooming house 
589 Shotbolt, Thomas, J.P., druggist. 
591 Christie, G. D., boots and shoes. 

Government intersects. 

609 Empress Cafe. 

608-614 Prior, E. G. & Co., Ltd., 

hardware. 
611 Paul, V. P., confec. 
613 Brown & Cooper, fish and game. 
617 Price. George, confec. 
621 Stadthagen, H., curios. 
623 Davies, R. D., crockery. 
625 Duck & Johnston, real estate. 
627 Aaronson, A. A., pawnbroker. 

Broad intersects. 

629 Atlantic Hotel. 

631 Atlantic Cafe. 

632 Jones, Albert M., stenog. 

633 Old Country Shoe Store. 



T701JHAI FM HOTEL duncan, e. & n. railway, 

1 £^\yKjM. IrlLl^J-^iVl 1 ivy 1 L^L^j VANCOUYER ISLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Stage leaves the Tzouhalem Hotel for Mount 

Sicker Mines Daily. For Cowichan Lake Daily. PRICE BROS., Proprietors 



FIREPROOF SLATfiNG 

FOR SHINGLE ROOFS 

Manufactured by NEWTON A. GREER COMPANY, Ltd., VICTORIA, B. C. 



N. A. G. 



Johnson 



STREETS 



Johnson 295 



635 Bannerman & Home, flour and 
feed. 

634-38 Watson & McGregor, hard- 
ware. 

639 Victoria Hardware Co. 

640 McKay, Jolin, blksmith. 
643 Cookson, C. M., plumber. 

647 Watson & McGregor, hardware. 

648 Dempster, P. W., blksmith. 

649 Stametarees, V., confec. 
653 Pullen, John, barber. 

Douglas intersects. 

703 O'Kell, S. M. & Co., mnfr's. agts. 
706 Cameron, Archibald. 
708 Dale, Alex., teamster. 
711 Cameron & Calwell, livery stable. 
Tolmie & Richards, vet. surgeons. 

716 Blue Post Saloon. 

717 Mable, Wm., carriage bldr. 

718 Walker, Guy W. 

719 Victoria Creamery Assn. 

723 Wood & Todd, horseshoers. 

724 Ledingham & Rendall, blksmiths. 
728 Brady, R., livery. 

733 Houston, W. K. & Co., Pacific 

Sauce Works. 
736 Bray, Richard, livery. 

741 Symons, Wm., bldr's material. 
Allen, John, plasterer. 

742 Cabins. 

756 Perry, Frank, wood yard. 

758 Chinese. 

761 Klondike Hotel. 

Blanchard intersects. 

808 Stevens, Allen, butcher. 

809 Fisher, Mary, wid. 
812 Eickhoff, Henry W. 
814 Morrison, Wm., carp. 

818 Alexander, Frederick, hackdriver. 
821 McDonald, Aeneas P., contractor. 
825 Bryant, Wm. C, blacksmith. 

827 Florence, James, baker. 

828 Virtue, John, brickmaker. 

829 Pullen, John, barber. 
831 Slater, Andrew, mate. 

833 Line, Herbert, waiter. 

834 Pynn, John M., master mariner. 

837 Le Lievre, Charles, painter. 

838 Borthwick, Ralphe. 

839 Irvine, Andrew, watchmaker. 

840 Cabins. 

843 Cabins. 

844 LeFevre, John, shoemaker. 

845 Jim Wo, laundry. 

848 Sweeney, Michael, cooper. 

849 Norrell, Edwin, plasterer. 
851 Oliver, Luncford, barber. 
853 Fish, Robert Wm., carp. 
855 McKenzie, John, blacksmith. 
857 Curcio, Louis, shoemaker. 




860 Therriault, Cevane, wid. 

861 Erskine, Robert, grocer. 

Quadra intersects. 

905 Florence, Barbara, dressemaker. 

909 McDonald, Dell, wid. 

915 Laurison, Wm., whsmn. 

919 Thompson, Charles R., ship carp. 

923 Davis, Kate, wid. 

924 Gillespie, Hebden. 

925 Maas, Leonard, mch. 
929 Cooness, Ella, wid. 

931 Roberts, John, engineer. 
935 Landry, C, carp. 
940 Dougherty, Mrs. Mary. 
945 Foster, Frederick, furrier. 

951 St. George's School. 

952 Clark, — . 

Vancouver intersects. 

1002 Newlings, Mrs., wid. 
1009 Bossi, Anglica P. 
1012 Munsie, Catherine, wid. 
1020 Rockett, Wm., contr. 

1025 Lemm, Irvine A., comm. agent. 

1026 Harrison, Wm. 
1029 Fairey, John, carp. 

1031 Erskine, John, marine engineer. 

1032 Ross, Wm., carp. 

1033 Mitchell, John, carp. 

1034 Waterson, Henry G., printer. 
1037 Vacant. 

1042 Nelson, Samuel, blacksmith. 
1044 Jamieson, Peter, cook. 

1047 Lewis, Benjamin. 

1048 Price, Joseph. 

1051 Caselton, Ada J. 

1052 Elkington, Thomas. 

Cook intersects. 

1104 Dennison, Bishop John, carp. 

1109 North, Joseph C. 

1110 Devruex, Mary, wilow. 

1114 Ciardull, Joseph. 

1115 Macdonald, Alexander. 

1117 Tubbs, Frederick. 

1118 Renefrew, Thomas, eng. 

1119 Roberts, George. 

1123 Roarke, Michael, retired. 



QUAMICHAN HOTEL 



/Headquarters for Tourists) 
I and Gommeroial Men. j 



Duncan, B. C. 



strictly First Glass. Excellent Fishing and Hunting on Somenos Lake. F. GONRUYT, Proprietor 



FIT REFORM If^^^'J^t: 

Ready to Wear or to Order. 1201 COVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA Phone 898 



296 Johnson 



VICTORIA 



King's Road 



Corrig dollege 

BEACON HILL PARK. VICTORIA. 

The Home School For Boys. 
Principal - J. W. CHURCH, IVl.A. 



1125 New house. 

1126 Renefrew, John C. 

1127 Lynn, Anton. 

1131 Wilson, Wm. M., printer. 

1132 Herd, George, carp. 
1135 Weaving, John. 

1137 Smith, Wm. 

1138 Young, John P., clerk. 

1139 Lewis, — . 
1141 Foreigners. 

1144 Bell, James. 

1145 Merryfield, Frank T. 

1147 Bray, Mary (widow). 

1148 Barnswell, James, carpenter. 

1149 Calwell, Allen A., livery. 

1153 Carlow, Frank R. 

1154 Smith, Wm. W. S. 

Chambers begins. 

1212 Lucas, Oscar. 

1213 Wark, Ellen. 

1217 Sill, Margaret. 

1218 Hammond, Edward G., watchmkr. 
1221 Irvine, Duncan R. 

1224 Cameron, Mrs. John. 

1225 Shaw, Wm. N., manager. 
1237 Dewar, Robert. 

1242 McDonald, Albert. 

1243 Harte. Wm. H. 
1247 Jones, Wm. 

1250 Green, Joseph F., carpenter. 

1251 Harlock, Annie (widow). 
1255 Hodges, Thomas H. 
1258 Harris, George R. 

1260 O'Neil, Frederick C. 

1261 Gowen, George N. 
1266 Cathcart, Henry. 
1275 Wood, Jake S. 
1285 Lineham, Francis. 

Camosun begins. 

1309 Ede, Wilbur J. C. 

1311 Gordon, Rev. John S., inspector. 

1320 Clyde, A. J., merchant. 

1321 Johnston, Philip F., farmer. 

1325 Bancroft, Artemus, confectioner. 

1326 Cochenour, F. I., painter. 
1330 Clemence, Samuel G., dentist. 
1336 Wescott, John R., dry goods. 
1340 Gibson, George W., carpenter. 
1342 McDonald, Walter T. 



JOSEPH STREET (1) 

From Bushby to May, near Moss. 

122 Agar, Edward, teamster. 
135 Cox, Wm. H., carpenter. 
140 McKay, Joseph S., painter. 

JOSEPH STREET (2) 

Off Arcadia, between Craigflower Rd. 
and Victoria Ave. 

Deighton, George, rancher. 
Blanchard, Margaret (widow). 

JUBILEE AVE. 

From 1732 Oak Bay Ave. northward 
to Leighston Rd. 

1502 Eliot, Victor, accountant. 
1512 Milloy, G. E., lather. 
1521 Hand, Robert, teamster. 
1524 Sheridan, Wm. 

1539 Crawford, M. M. C. 

1540 Mason, Robert, builder. 

1603 Vacant. 

1604 Wheatley, Martin E. 

JUNO 

From Fraser to Admiral Rd (Esqui- 
malt). 

Golding, John, blacksmith. 
Prior, Harry, laborer. 
Scott, Alex. 

KELVIN ROAD 

From Saanich Rd. westwards to 
Tennyson. 

Richards, John C, mattress mkr. 

Speed, Wm., grocer. 

Vacant. 

Catterill, Walter, packer. 

Vacant. 

KANE 

Now part of Broughton. 

KING'S ROAD 

From 2601 Douglas to Cook. 

710 Wood, Herbert. 

711 Swannell, Frederick. 

713 Angus, James K., painter. 

714 Alcorn, Duncan, architect. 

715 Disher, Walter, motorman. 
718 Gowdy, David, laborer. 
722 Gonnason, Aaron. 

728 Anderson, George. 

732 Harris, Charles S., master mar. 

736 Davis, Capt. James A. 

737 New house. 

739 Turpel, Wm., shipbuilder. 

740 Ledingham. Wm. J. 

746 Petticrew, John, machinist. 



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King's Road 



STREETS 



Ladysmith 297 



754 Burridge, Frederick. 

759 Stamer, Wm. S., warehouseman. 

766 Ersklne, Robert. 

767 Vacant. 

770 Kipling-, Thomas. 

Rose intersects. 

803 Jamieson, Wm. 

804 Cox, Capt. John G. 

807 Wadhams, Wm. A., canneryman. 
811 Cummins, James. 

816 Bone, Frank S., collector. 

817 Mallish, — . 

820 Allan, Edward D., druggist. 

824 Anderson, George W. 

825 Wood, John T., constable. 

Blanchard Ave. intersects. 

900 Allnutt, H., grocer. 

901 Mellor, Frederick. 

904 Vacant. 

905 Steele, Sarah S. (widow). 

908 Balcom, Capt. Reuben. 

909 McDonald, Alexander. 

912 Lamerton, Gerald, carpenter. 

915 Gilchrist, Parquhar, plasterer. 

916 Irvine, Wm. driller. 
927 Anderson, John. 
935 Hillside School. 

942 Elsworth, James, bricklayer. 
946 Bucey, Joseph P., master mariner. 
Quadra intersects. 
Child, Francis T. 

Graham intersects. 
1104 Beamish, Wm. J., teamster. 

KINGSTON 

From 500 St. Lawrence to Menzies. 

100 Raymur, Mrs. M. G. 

117 Bensen, Gustav. 

121 Eahr, Theodore, cabinet maker. 

124 Paon Motor Boat Club. 

134 Lyons, Charles S., barrister. 

135 Wood, Andrew, policeman. 

Montreal intersects. 
210 Wollett, George W., mariner. 
214 Watkins, Charles, timber broker. 

218 Carthew, Mrs. C. E. 

219 Jamieson, Fred., lata. 

224 MacLachlan, Elizataeth, widow. 
237 Pottinger, David R. 

St. John intersects. 

301 Butler, Capt. J. E., pilot. 

302 Finlaison, Jane (widow). 
313 Vacant. 

318 Moore, Wilhelm., master mariner. 
329 Graham, Johnson, french polisher, 
335 Cameron, Archibald, laborer. 
339 Babb, TVilliam, laborer. 
Kingston Street School. 



HOTEL WILSON 

FIREPROOF, MODERN and 
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 
One Block from Steamboat Landing 

JAS. R. MCKINNELL, PROP 

N A N A I M O, B.C. 

Oswego intersects. 

403 Roskamp, John B., carpenter. 

405 Kinsey, Mrs. J. 

421 Rogers, Charles W., confectioner. 

427 Ridout, Edgar J., expressman. 

428 Williams, John D., truckman. 
434 Victoria Sheet Metal Works. 
438 Fire Hall No. 3. 

441 Brown, Harry G., painter. 

444 McMicking, Walter B., city elec. 

447 Shore, Albert Edward, furniture 

dealer. 
450 Schell, John E., engineer. 

453 Burris, William E., clerk. 

454 Birney, James, livery. 

460 Cusack, Thomas R., printer. 

461 Robinson, Hannah (widow). 

464 McMicking, Robert Burns, mgr. 

465 Butler, Roljert J., printer. 

468 Rumsby, Albert, music teacher. 
478 Bryer, George, music teacher. 
489 Ross, Henry A. 

LABOUCHERE 

Now part of Fairfield Rd. 

LADYSMITH 

From St. Lawrence eastwards. 

Baker, Wm. T., baker. 
103 Anderson, Albert, engineer. 
107 Rickinson, Ernest, teamster. 

110 Baker, Wm. T. 

111 Aubel, Conrad L. 

112 Vacant. 

113 Mellis, James M., warehouse. 
115 Snow, Azriah, carpenter. 

119 Shepherd, Alfred E., carpenter. 
121 Gross, Carl, candy-maker. 
125 Click, Frank, laborer. 
129 Cayla, Joseph, tanner. 
132 Roffer, Otto, printer. 

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Montreal intersects. 

208 Dobinson, Sophia (widow). 

LAMPSON 

From Monro Street near Golf Links 
at Work 'Point Barracks northwards 
to Craigflower Road. 

Matthews, George F. 

Cherry, J. 

Sedg^er, Thomas, architect. 

Lyall intersects. 
Skinner, Mrs. Margaret. 
Phillips, Wm. T., bookkeeper, 
"Ferndale." 

Dunsmuir begins. 
Stanley begins. 

Bridle, Geo., "View Field Cottage." 

Esquimau Road intersects. 
Pooley Charles E., "Fernhill." 
Robinson, Wm., laborer. 
McCallum, Mrs. Arthur, "Wind- 
ford." 
Esquimau Public School. 
Old Esquimau Road intersects. 
Monteith, William, real estate. 
Leigh, Leonard, janitor. 
Rutter, Solomon, carpenter. 
Munro, George, retired. 
MacKenzie, James R., shipwright. 
Smith, John P. 

Florence ends. 
Mann, Isabella E. 
Cogan, Henry, retired. 
Bugslag, Peter, grocer. 

Douglas ends. 
Grant. Thomas. 
Richmond, William, farmer. 



LANGFORD 

(Victoria West) 



900 Alston 



from 
westwards. 

266 Merritt, Richard, laborer. 

270 Bertram, Alexander, engineer. 

Catherine intersects. 
303 Waters, Mrs. (widow). 
309 Lendrum, Edward G., painter. 
314 Gaiger, George. 



315 Mitchell, Charles, plasterer. 
322 Rife, David C, painter. 

Mary intersects. 
407 Boyce, Alfred C, carpenter. 
410 Scrapie's Hall. 
419 St. Mary's Roman Catholic Ch. 
424 Key, James, steward. 

Russell intersects. 

526 Tate, Robert, brewer. 

527 Davies, William M., clerk. 
534 Anderson, John F., mariner. 

William intersects. 
635 Fowler, H., carpenter. 
642 Hill, George, millwright. 
464 Vacant. 

649 Richards, Calvert, traveller. 

650 McKenzie, Alex., electrician. 

LANGLEY 

From 500 Courtney to Yates. 

924 Jameson, W. A., Coffee Co. 
1003 S. P. C. A. 
1009 Bancroft, A., factory. 
1011 Campbell, A. & Co., Ltd. 
1016 B. C. Elec. Ry. 
Victoria Gas Co. 

Fort intersects. 
1103 Helmcken, James D., physician. 
1107 Gillespie, Alexander, surveyor. 
Green, John B., surveyor. 
R-rris, Dennis R., C. E. 
1109 Victoria Perfumery Co., The. 

Pacific Coast Realty Co., Ltd. 
real estate. 

1112 Davie, John C, physician. 

1113 Beckwith, J. L. & Co., com. agts. 

1114 Eberts & Taylor, barristers. 
1118 Meyer, J. T. L., real estate. 

Pierson, J., auditor. 
1121 T. N. Hibben & Co., paper box 
factory. 

Bastion intersects. 
1203 Mitchell Bros., mnfrs.' agents. 
1205 Le Roy, Frank. 
1209 Sweeney & McConnell, printers. 
1211-13 Angel Hotel, Mrs. H. Came, 

prop. 
1218 Chancery Chambers — 

B. C. Agricultural Association. 
Smart, John E., accountant. 
Floyd, J. S., accountant. 
A. O. IT. W. Grand Secretary. 
Prior, C. J., barrister. 
Monteith, Wm., commission agt. 
Pooley, Luxton & Pooley, bar- 
risters. 
Electric Blue Print & Map Co. 
Corpn. of Land Surveyors of 
B. C. 



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STREETS 



Linden Ave. 299 



Fell & Gregory, barristers. 

Gore & McGregor, surveyors. 
1219 Sampson, W. Curtis, accountant. 
1221 Imperial Tire Co. 

1223 Mills, S. Perry, barrister. 

1224 Vacant. 
1228 Vacant. 

1230 Bank Exchange Saloon, furnish- 
ed rooms. 

LANSDOWNE ROAD 

Continuation of Hillside Ave., east 

of Cedar Hill Rd. 
1424 Bamfield, "Wm., carpenter. 
1428 Nelson, Peter, carpenter. 
1434 Haynes, James, Sr., meats. 
1442 Campbell, John M., school master. 

1453 Schmidt, Wm., grocer. 

1454 Vimpany, John, farmer. 
1460 Wonnacott, Herbert, farmer. 

Oakland Ave. begins. 
1504 Coles, Elizabeth. 

Adelaide Rd. ends. 
1531 Staples, John I., engineer. 
1543 Harris, Hubert. 
1547 Bosence, Thomas, carpenter. 
1549 Lane, Edward, gardener. 
1561 Whear, Manuel, engineer. 
1571 Smith, George, janitor. 

1579 Hampton, Richard, foreman. 

1580 Ohlson, Andrew, nurseryman. 
1591 Manton & Wright, gardenirs. 
1603 Powers, Geo. L,., farmer. 

LAUREL LANE 

From 933 St. Charles eastwards. 

Toller, Albert. 

Hodson, R. W., "Rockwood." 

LEE AVE. 

From 1910 Leighston Road to Fort. 
1716 Stephens, Charles B., barber. 
1728 Elliott, John G., real estate. 

Bourchier intersects 
1927 Lee, Marietta (widow). 

LEIGHSTON ROAD 

From 1659 Fort eastwards to Foul 
Bay Road. 

1703 Vacant. 

1718 Terry, W. S., chemist. 

1738 Milligan, Thomas S., accountant. 

Bank intersects. 
1869 Dobson, N. W., engineer. 

Lee Ave. begins. 
1910 Haynes, Clement A., bookekeper. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 



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1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 

LEWIS 

From 430 Dallas Road to Menzies. 

16 Rolston, Wm. G. M., clerk. 

20 Ackerman, Joseph W., boat bldr. 

24 Austin, Harry J., boatman. 

28 Jamieson, Thomas, seaman. 

35 Clarke, W. H., foreman. 

39 Knight, William H., carp. 

LILLIAN ROAD 

From 1723 Fairfield Road Eastwards. 
1703 Kelly, David, carp. 



LIME 

(Victoria West) from 
Russell. 

404 Vic. West Coal Co. 



400 Alston to 



LINDEN AVENUE 

From Oxford to 1185 Fort. 
Buckett, W. J. 
80'6 Shaw, Thomas. 
810 Clay, Mrs., confectioner. 
816 Raymond, Percy, blind-maker. 
822 Hall, Lewis W., druggist. 
Richardson Intersects 
903 Heatherbell, Wm., builder. 

911 Blackwood, E., agent. 

912 McCulloch, Jennie F., Mrs. 

Rockland Ave. Intersects 
1007 Williams, W. T. 
1010 Wilson, John, Major. 

1016 Lovick, Prank, merchant. 

1017 Henderson, Stuart A. 

1022 Robinson, Alexander. 

1023 Pinch, Thos. 

1028 Morris, John W., comm. agt. 

1029 Campbell, D. E., druggist. 

1034 Nelson, John, manager "Times.' 



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VICTORIA 



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Saddle Horse, a Single or Double Rig 

THE I. X. L. LIVERY STABLES 

NANAIMO, B. C. E. A. Hoskins, Prop. 

1040 Ritchie, Frederick J., surveyor. 

1041 White, Steven. 

LINWOOD AVENUE 

From Tolmie Ave. Northwards East 
of Quadra. 

Brook, Geo., lab. 
Blackstaff, Chas., carp. 
McHardy, John, rancher. 

LIVERPOOL STREET, ESQUIMALT 
Off Admiralty Road North of Lang 
Cove. 

McDonald, John P., boilermaker. 
Neave, Henry E., mach. 
Green, Daniel P., blksmth. 

LONDON STREET, ESQUIMALT 

Off Admiralty Road North of Lang 
Cove. 

Rennie, Thomas, eng. 
Patterson, Lambert O. 

LOVER'S LANE 

Now Part of Dallas Road. 

LUXTON AVENUE 

From Boyd Eastwards. 
416 Oliver, William E., marine eng. 
419 Ross, John W., painter. 
422 Vacant. 

426 Lancaster, Thomas, sanitary in- 

spector. 

427 Jackson, William, baker. 

430 Sprinkling, Jane, widow of Wm. 
433 Schroeder, Frank J., grocer. 

lyall 

From Work Point Barrack West- 
wards to Esquimait. 

Bessonette, Rupert, staff, sgt. R. E. 
Williams, Thomas, lab. 

Gore Begins 
Grainger, Martin A., tutor. 
Sharcott, Wm., clerk. 
Potts, Mrs. Bridget. 

Paradise Begins 
Lampson Intersects 



Hudson, Rob. B., builder. 

Fraser Intersects 
Cook, James, gardener. 
Trickett, Herbert, carp. 
Bowden, Joseph, carp. 

Admiral's Road Intersects 
Thomas, Sidney, bricklayer. 
Constance Avenue Intersects 
King, T., carp. 

Nelson Intersects 
Warren, Sidney T. 
Sturgess, Alfred L. 

Wellington Intersects 

McCASKILL 

(Victoria West) From Pine South- 
wards. 

1003 Steven, John. 

1004 Wilkinson, Samuel, expressman, 
1007 Corkle, James, miner. 

1013 Italians. 

1014 Vacant. 

1017 Laxton, Robert. 
1021 Marmo, Octavo. 

1025 Knappett, Gertrude, Mrs. 

McCLURE 

From 830 Victoria Crescent, feast to 
Linden Ave. 

857 Old Ladies' Home. 

871 Sinclair, J. D., Mrs., nurse. 

875 Carter, Thomas W., carp. 

Rupert Ends 
903 Thomas, Joseph, waiter. 

909 Fox, William, retired. 

910 Wilmer, Frederick L. 

914 Brockhurst, Arthur, clerk. 

923 Banner, Mrs. 

924 Temple, Ernest. 

947 Winter, Robert H., driver. 

Vancouver Intersects 

1010 Sanders, Henry John. 

1011 Grant, William B., chemist. 
1016 Knox, George W., clerk. 

1018 Bjornfelt, Godfrey B., massage. 
1024 Courtney, George L. 

1032 Paterson, James. 

1038 Kirkham, Henry O., manager. 

1041 Lewis, J., Horace. 

1044 Swengers, Bernard P., accountant. 

1045 Leary, Arthur J., accountant. 

Cook Intersects 

1126 Sherritt, Edward, plaster. 

1138 Tite, George D., upholsterer. 

1139 Howell, Robert J., tester Customs 
1150 Denny, Mrs. William. 



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IVlcGregor Ave. 



STREETS 



Mary 301 



McGregor avenue 

From 1615 Oak Bay Ave. Southwards. 

1024 McLean, Wm., com. traveller. 
1032 Verrinder, R. Ford, dentist. 
1054 Govven, C. N. 

macpherson avenue 

From 501 Craigflower Road West- 
wards. 

609 Fullerton, H. M., real estate. 

628 Vacant. 

629 Griffith, Fred. H., master mariner 
633 Swain, Amelia, wid. William. 

MACKENZIE AVE. 

From Cook, near May, eastwards. 

1119 McLean, Donald H., contractor. 

1120 New house. 

1124 MacKenzie, D. C, teamster. 

MADISON STREET 

From Cowan Ave., southwards. 

Bray, John, cigar merchant. 

MANCHESTER 

From Selkirk Water eastwards to 
Burnside Rd. near Douglas. 

535 Deaville, John. 

543 Fletcher, Moses H., engineer. 

Plaxton, Charles, plumber. 

Deacon, Charles, foreman. 

MAPLE (1) 
From 1810 Fort to Pandora Ave. 

1903 Reed, Edmund Baynes, clerk. 

1905 Lloyd, Farquar, carpenter. 

1907 Nangle, Edward R., cabinet mkr. 

1909 Vacant. 

1914 Creech, Samuel, carp. 

MAPLE (2) 
From Tolmie Ave. northwards. 

Maylett, Samuel, laborer. 
Main, Thomas, carp. 
Biyth, Alex. P., jeweler. 
McDonald, Peter S., dairyman. 

MAPLEWOOD ROAD 

Continuation of Cook St., north of 
City Limits. 

MARKET 

From 2727 Douglas to Quadra. 

710 Gilbert, Edward J., plumber. 

715 Steele, Daniel. 

716 Howden, George. 

722 Webb, John, driller. 

723 Steele, Michael, messgr. 



Bank Fittings, Office Desks, School Desks, 
Opera Chairs, Lodge Furniture. '■ 



E.G.PARNELL 



513 Hamilton St. 



Vancouver, B.C. 



735 Vacant. 

743 Todd, Frederick D. 

749 Murton, Edward. 

751 Gillingham, James, foreman. 

757 Vacant. 

778 Coley, Edward, laborer. 

779 Jones, Thomas M., photo- 

grapher. 
783 Cathcart, John. 

Rose intersects. 
911 Williams, James C, carp.. 
Work ends. 

MARY 

(Victoria West) from Milne north 
to Jessie. 

203 Hornibrook, Francis, wid. Thos. 

210 Vacant. 

211 Smith, Philip R., mgr. 

216 Andrews, George, bookkeeper. 

222 Waldron, Samuel J. 

230 Roe, Samuel R., clerk. 

234 Popham, Frederick. 

242 Popham Bros., biscuit mnfrs. 

303 Gidley, James W., master mar. 

304 Miller, William. 

308 Greenwood, John, real estate. 

309 Wilson, Allan C, eng. 
312 Gray, Douglas S., clerk. 

E. & N. RIy. intersects. 
Esquimalt intersects. 
411 Hauck, Gustav, bookkeeper. 

417 Stubbs, William, laborer. 

418 Miller, N. Scott, bridge carp. 

Dundas intersects. 
511 Foster, Charles L., asst. mgr. 
524 Baptist Mission. 

Henry intersects. 
649 Gordon, William B., laborer. 



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We will carefully select for you any article 
you may require and forward same prompt- 
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satisfactory, and money will be refunded. 

VICTORIA, 
B. C. 
Refer to drawer " J " when ordering. 

Wilson intersects. 

734 Roberts, Rev. A. E. 
736 Cessford, Robert, carp. 
Edward intersects. 
805 Lemm, Wiliam G. 
811 Barnes, Alfred John, checker. 

Langford intersects. 
913 Occ. 

Skinner intersects. 
1004 Short, William, bricklayer. 

MASCOTTE 
Off 1269 Pembroke St. (Spring 
Ridge). 

5 Hunt, Lewis. 

7 Allen, Frank, carp. 

MASON 

From 1515 Blanchard to Chambers. 

810 "Wilson, John B., barber. 

814 Young, John, carp. 

820 Gilligan, Thomas. 

824 Cooper, Mary, wid. 

828 Cullen, Alfred J., laborer. 
Amelia intersects. 

844 Carloss, Daniel, painter. 

848 Thomson, Amy E., nurse. 

852 Goudy, Mary, wid. 

856 Young, Alfred E., stableman. 

858 Webb, Raymond B. stage magr. 
Quadra intersects. 

913 Warehouse Smith & Champion. 

916 Elliott, Thomas. 

922 Shaw, Andrew. 

931 Blackwood, John, laborer. 

934 Davey, Gorgina. 

940 Wagg, John Wm., painter. 
' 944 Rodger, Arthur, tmstr. 

948 Round, Elijah, steward. 

950 Essenwine, Mary J., wid. 

954 Walker, Alfred H., engineer. 

958 Fox, George T. 

962 Mather, Alice, wid. 

Si64 Farrell, Marcus, miner. 
Vancouver ends. 
1006 Humane stables. 
1010 Powell, Hannah, wid. 
1016 Foreigners. 



1019 Silver, John F., contr. 
1023 Grimshaw, John. 
1025 Enos, Joseph, carp. 

1028 Galbraith, John J., shipping 

clerk. 

1029 Brown, Robert H., tmstr. 
1032 McLachlan, Daniel, messenger. 

1037 Nathan, Wm. H., whsmn. 

1038 Papke, Herman, butcher. 
1041 Nettleton, John, coachman. 
1043 Alexander, Charles, tmstr. 

1045 Harrison, Albert E., cigar mkr. 

1046 Wood shed. 

1047 Nixon, May, wid. 

1048 Hafer, L., mch. 

1049 Buckett, Margaret M., wid. 
1051 Malby, Wm., fireman. 

1053 Ferris, L. 
1057 Calwell, Louise, wid. 
Cook intersects. 

1136 Slater, Fredrick, machinist. 

1137 Clarke, Milton. 

Rebecca intersects. 

1139 Parker, Samuel, stonecutter. 

1145 Foreigners. 

1146 Anderson, Constance, wid. 

1148 Jackson, Wm., lab. 

1149 Dutton, Christina, widow. 

1150 James, Martha, widow. 
1152 Martin. John P., express. 

1155 Home, Stafford. 

1156 Webster, Wm., plasterer. 

MAY 

From 300 Cook (Beacon Hill Park) 
east to Ross Bay Cemetery. 

1100 New house. 

Moss intersects. 
1335 Shanks, Samuel, Sr., carp. 
1409 Duncan, Walter S., lab. city. 

MEARS 

From 1001 Quadra to Cook. 

916 Williamson, David, shoemaker. 

922 McMillan, Coatney, wid. 

931 St. Paul's Lutheran Church. 

938 Buckley, Joseph. 

941 Warburton, William, bookkeeper. 

943 Brown, Gus, undertaker. 

947 Kelly, G. P., electrician. 

949 Johns, Frederick, waiter. 

952 Smith, James W., clerk. 

957 McKinnon, Agnes (widow). 
Vancouver intersects. 
1022 Callow, Henry, "Roval Nursery." 
1035 Vacant. 

1037 Caselton, Frederick, undertaker. 
1045 Laing, Ernest J., florist. 
1053 Maysmith, Nello. B., stockbroker. 



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STREETS 



Michigan 303 



1054 Jenner, Charles R., waiter. 

1055 Goddard, Lewis, carpenter. 

Cook intersects. 
1115 Lumsden, Thomas, traveller. 
1121 Johnston, B. L., master mariner. 
1131 Humphreys, Caroline (widow). 

MEDANA 

From Niagara to Simcoe, first east 
of Menzies. 

116 McLaughlin, T, S. 

117 Sellick, Robert, plasterer. 
123 Newson, Emily J. (widow). 
135 Marks, Lewis, manager. 
143 Brown, John C, clerk. 

MENZIES 
From 502 Dallas Road to Belleville. 
4 Mackay, J. W. (widow). 
15 Goodfellow, John, supt. E. & N. 

Lewis ends. 
20 Tuckey, A. W., Mrs. 
23 Fug-gle, Jane L. (widow). 

28 Powell, Elizabeth (widow). 

29 Roberts, Reuben H. widow). 

36 Thornton, Sarah (widow). 

37 Cooley, Henry, contractor. 
44 McTaggart, Elizabeth. 

47 Brodrick, William, retired. 

Rithet ends. 
51 Dickinson, William G., lumber- 
man. 

58 Kitto, L. M., Mrs. (widow). 

59 Elworthy, Frederick, sec. B. of T. 
67 Chapman, Howard, mfrs.' agt. 

70 Watt, George M., clerk. 

69 Kearsley, George, engineer. 

71 Wagner, James T., barber. 

75 Halliday, George, merchant. 

76 Vacant. 

Niagara intersects. 
104 Fraser, James. 
108 Dickenson, Edward. 
116 Vacant. 

120 Wolfenden, Col. Richard. 

121 Sims, Horace E., agent. 

130 Copas, Owen, grocer. 

131 Richardson, Jonathan. 

134 Boiston, Frederick, bookkeeper. 

135 Gillespie, May (widow). 

139 Rudge, Herbert. 

140 Clarke, R. W. 
152 Palmer, C. H. 

Simcoe intersects. 
206 Harmon, Arthur H., real estate. 
215 Robbins, Wm. A., draughtsman. 
209 Stanton, Herbert, clerk. 
221 Hicks, Capt. Robert, retired. 
227 Chamberlain, Seth L., saloon keep. 



CoUcQtate School for "Bo^e 

Head Master: 
J. W. LAiNG, M. A., OXFORD. 

"th e laurels," 

14.29 ROCKLAND AVENUE. PHONE 62 

233 Sargison, Albert G., journalist. 
239 Northcott, William W., Sr., city 

assessor. 
245 Laing, John A., carpenter. 

255 James Bay Methodist Church; 

pastor. Rev. Geo. R. B. Kinney, 
B. A. 

256 Irving, John, master mariner. 

Michigian intersects. 

300 Schroeder, Harvey, grocer. 

301 Warehouse. 

305 McDowell, Donald C, plumber. 

306 Thomas, John M. 

308 Gardiner, Abbie F., teacher. 
310 Murray, M.rs. Agnes. 

312 Brooke, Mrs. S. 

313 Pearson, Charlton H. 

319 Cameron, Charlotte. 

320 Higgins, Frank, barrister. 

323 Marshall, Margaret L. 

324 Webb, Percy, cashier. 

328 Rivers, Frederick B., bookkeeper. 
332 Bainbridge, Robert A., civil eng. 

Superior intersects. 
403 Vacant. 

408 McDonald, Marie C. 
414 Grant, William H., hotel keeper. 
417 Caven, John, caretaker. 
419 Clarke, Robert O., caretaker. 
421 Vacant. 
428 Muriset, Charles. 
431 Drill Hall, 5th Regiment. 

Kingston ends. 
520 Finlay, William R., real estate. 

MICHIGAN 

411 St. Lawrence to Douglas, 
at Beacon Hill 'Park. 

115 Laird, William E., broker. 
119 Norman, Joseph H., fireman. 
121 Eldridge, John R., painter. 

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VANCUUVERFLORAUO.,YANCOUYER 



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1587 Fairfield Road 



Phone 918 
Phone 285 



E. Plmbury & Go. 



DRUGS AND STATIONERY 
Mail orders solicited 

IMANAIIVIO, B.C^. 



Layritz Nursery, 



Carey Road, Victoria, B.C. 

Headquarters for Choice Nursery Stock 
Best Assortment in tiie Country. 



304 IVIichigan 



VICTORIA 



Montreal 



HAWKINS & HAYWARD 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 
AND CONSTRUCTION 

728 Yates St. Telephone 643 



122 Pottinger, James, printer. 

125 Levirs, William J., chef. 

134 "Weston, Stanley C, engineer. 

Montreal intersects. 
283 Hickey, Patrick J., master mar. 

Oswego intersects. 
303 Leg-g, Edward, foreman chem.wks. 
309 Lay, Charles F. 
315 Dassonville, Jules, jeweller. 

320 Humphreys, — . 

321 Roberts, F. Stanley, engineer. 
328 Trurin, Mrs. H. O. 

331 Perkins, Thomas. 

334 Fost, Edith S. (widow). 

337 Rebbeck, James K., consulting en. 

338 Oxendale, James, salesman. 

342 Buller, Robt. W., news agent. 

343 Heyland, Alfred R., engineer. 
348 Martin, Robert J., blacksmith. 
351 Young, "William L. B., merchant. 
402 Simpson, Graham F., clerk. 

405 Young, Henry, merchant. 

408 "Williams, John R., rock contr. 

411 Cave, Edward, clerk. 

420 Thomas, Miss Caroline, dressmkr. 

425 Harlow, Robert J. 

436 Barton, Thomas, retired. 

440 Jesse, Herbert A., traveller. 

Menzies intersects. 
504 Brown, Robert, painter. 
517 Edwards, Samuel "W., customs off. 
521 Armstrong, Frank J., customs off. 

527 Stable. 

528 Starr, Albert E. 

534 Cudlip, Percival G., salesman. 
540 Gregg, Charles A., journalist. 

Parry ends. 
547 Paterson, David M. 

558 "Wilson, Sydney, clerk. 

559 McLaren, Duncan B., stenog. 

565 Barden, Thomas, florist. 

566 Young, Daniel R. 

569 Steele, Charles, traveler. 

571 Jennings, Mrs. E. J. 

572 Fetch, Alfred, watchmaker. 

576 McConnell, Thomas P., real 

estate. 
580 Elliot, William, engineer. 
585 Goucher, Ernest, machinist. 

Government intersects. 



609 Daniell, C. Bampfylde, clerk. 
617 Young, Henry E., Hon. Dr. 
625 Blackett, Cuthbert, retired. 

633 Jones, Henry H., broker. 

634 Dumbleton, Henry M. 

645 Munro, Alexander, retired. 

646 MacLean, Angus E., manager. 

MILLS 
From Beach Road (Foul Bay) to 
Lilian Road. 

202 Neill, George, engineer. 
209 Ford, John D., carp. 
213 Clark, Robt., printer. 

MILNE 

(Victoria West) from Mary to Rus- 
sell (southend). 

407 "V^acant. 
414 Gee. 

MILTON 

From Foul Bay Road, east. 

Tait, Alex. G., dairyman. 

MITCHELL 

Off Oak Bay Ave. 1st east of Foul 
Bay Road. 

Fisher, Ira J., blacksmith. 

MONRO 
Near Macauiay Point. 

Boyden, Thomas, civil engineer. 

MONTEREY AVE. 

From Shoal Bay to Oak Bay Ave. 

Arnold, Alex. C, carriage paint- 
er. 
De Bald, John W., plumber. 
Stevenson, Wm. 
McCoy, Joseph, Rev. 
Brighton Ave. 
Baxter, Charles, real estate. 
Norman, Stejihen, janitor. 
Oak Bay Ave. here. 

MONTREAL 

From 142 Dallas Rd. to Belleville. 

16 Holtz, Luther F., miner. 
26 Matthews, Emily R., wid. John. 
32 Best, William, porter. 
42 Eastman, Samuel W., hackman. 
46 Quinn, John, longshoreman. 
56 Johnston. Buphemia, wid. John. 
Niagara intersects. 
110 Lakin, Mary A., wid. Francis. 
Ladysmith ends. 



B.C. Hardware Company Ltd. 



631 YATES STREET, Cor. BROAD, VICTORIA. 



Telephone 82 



SOLE AGENTS FOR 



. Williams & Co. SEMI-READY TAILORING 

CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS. 6 1 4 Yates St., Victoria, B.C. 



Montreal 



STREETS 



Mt. Tolmie Rd. 305 



224 Wilby, James, printer. 
Simcoe intersects. 
Michigan intersects. 
522 Jesse, Matilda, wid. 

Superior intersects. 
534 Burrows, Sarah, wid. 
542 Kerr, Donald E., dentist. 

Kingston intersects. 
602 Hartley, Alfred H., merchant. 
607 Dinsmore, William. 
612 Bucknam, Samuel, pilot. 
618 Robbins, J. R., expressman. 
626 Warren, James D., master marin- 
er. 
632 Thompson, John, pilot. 
638 Jones, Thomas C, boat builder. 

650 Kennedy, Mrs. D. 

Cross begins. 

651 Nicholles, John. 

654 Robinson, John J., boat builder. 
660 Christensen, James, pilot. 
668 Watson, Alex., boat builder. 

MONTROSE 

From Cook westwards, near north- 
ern City Limits. 

1246 Beekwith, Wm. S., clerk. 
1294 Griffith, Henry S., architect. 

MOSS 

From Dallas Road (Clover Point) 
to Fort. 

95 Parker, Joseph, carp. 

101 Harper, G., carp. 

102 Van Munster, Wm. C, contr. 

103 Smith, Charles C, carp. 
Ill Smith, Thomas C, dairy. 

121 McDonald, Duncan J., lab city. 

133 Mayar, Louis, carp. 

139 Earl, Harold, fireman. 

14 5 Dowdall, Michael, expressman. 

May intersects. 
309 Crafter, Alfred C. 
397 Maher, Wm. S., retired. 

Fairfield Rd. intersects. 
424 Taylor, Benjamin. 
452 Newson, A. W. 
506 Boulton, T. C. 
602 Knowles, A. M. 
609 Knowles, Robt. 

Richardson intersects. 

930 Spencer, David, "Lan Dderwen." 

Belcher intersects. 

1020 Maclean, Hugh A., "Woodland." 

1021 Gillespie, Geo., banker, "High- 
wood." 



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MT. BAKER AVE. 

Runs around south part of Oak 
Bay. 

Golf links. 

Oliver, Wm. E., barrister. 

Beaven, H. R., Bk. of Commerce. 

Mason, Hy. G., bookkeeper. 

Wright, W., retired. 

Cartwright, D. P., upholsterer. 

Newton, S. R. 

Thompson, Wm., green keeper. 

Berridge, Catherine, Mrs. 

Lott, Herbert S. 

O. B. B. C. boat house. 

Woollett, Geo. W., Sr. 

Saratoga Ave. ends. 
Oak Bay Hotel. 
Evans, Wm. 
Reade, F. M., retired. 
Maclure, Samuel, architect. 
Drake, S. J., hardware. 

Believue ends. 
Phipps, Stanley. 

Oak Bay Ave. ends. 
Haynes, Arthur, manager. 
Floyd, J. Sterling. 
Hewitt, Herbert, bookkeeper. 
Rattienbury, Francis, architect. 

MOUNT TOLMIE ROAD 

From 1810 Fort northwards to 
Mount Tolmie. 

Provincial Royal Jubilee Hospital 
2112 Williams, Francis H., carp. 
2310 Pollock, Malcolm B., carp. 

Edmonton Rd. ends. 
2404 Winger, Wm. R., butcher. 
Second begins. 



OFFICE PHONE 13 



STABLE PHONE 1793 



VictoriaTruck&drayGo.Ltd. 

FREIGH TING AND T EAMING 

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 

MOVING FURNITURE AND HEAVY MACHINERY 

Office : 1315 WHARF ST. Stables ; 749 BROUGHTON ST. 



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WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

NANAIMO. 



BUTCHERS 



ARTHUR COLES 



Real Estate and Insurance 

ESTATES MANAGED 

I 1205 Broad St.,Yictoria. Phone 65 



306 Mt. Tolmie Rd. 



VICTORIA 



Nootka 



YOXALL POULTRY FARM 

HARTLEY GISBORNE. 



White Orpingtons. 

Post Office : LADYSMITH, BRITISH COLUMBIA 

2436 Vye, Garfield, tmstr. 
Third begins. 
Lansdowne Rd. ends. 

University School for Boys. 

MYRTLE AVE. 

Off Lansdowne Rd., near Cedar 

Hill Rd. 
1428 Davis, T. H. 

NELSON 
From Esquimalt Road southwards 
next Constance Ave. 

Hamilton, W. Cameron. 
Scafe, Wm. R., carp. 
Beaton ,Daniel, Tamar College. 
Kentfleld, J. A., eng. 
Kemp, Robert B., carp. 

NEWPORT AVE. 

From Oak Bay Ave. southeast to 
Margate Ave. 

McGregor, James H., surveyor. 

Johnson, H. P. 

Ballantine, John S., real estate. 

Wing, Henry E., carp. 
Saratoga Ave. intersects. 

Clear, Mrs. J., confectioner. 

Oak Bay Park. 

NIAGARA 

From St. Lawrence (Dallas Rd.) to 
Beacon Hill Park. 

102 Allen, William, blacksmith. 
114 Oakes, Mary J., wid. Peter. 
120 Diesptckcr, Rudolph, engineer. 
126 M. R. Smith & Co., Ld., biscuit 

mfrs. 
131 Price, Albert R., emp. B. C. Soap 

Works. 
139 Johnson, Isak., carp. 
143 Matthews. Harry. 

Montreal intersects. 
241 Macdorald, William J., Senator. 

Oswego intersects. 
303 Barber, John, fisherman. 
307 Ovenden, Joseph, stableman. 
312 Temple, James, merchant. 
327 Beasley, Charles L., miner. 



330 Clack, William, painter. 
336 MacGavin, Isabella (widovir). 
338 Tripp, Alfred, painter. 
344 Goddard, Isabel (widow). 

Rendall begins. 

430 Smith, William. 

435 Bunting, Charles R., merchant. 

451 Acton, Lee, grocer. 

457 Thomson, George, assessor. 

463 Fowler, John T., dry goods store. 

Menzies intersects. 

506 Landsber^J^rederick. 

509 Anderson, George, painter. 

511 Frith, Joseph, sailor. 

515 Wilkinson, Richard W., farmer. 

521 McLaughlin, Charles G., barber. 

525 Ware, Charles, laborer. 

527 Noble, Rutherford D., engineer. 

531 Surrey, Hannah (widow). 

Medana begins. 

536 Brown, Douglas, captain. 

537 Cliffe, Thomas, carpenter. 

540 Cowper, Susan C. (widow). 

541 Daniels,, Richard, retired. 
545 Marwick, Robert, miller. 

548 Holmes, Charles, merchant. 

549 Allen, William P., city jail. 
551 Stewart, Joseph P., clerk. 

554 Austin, Philip, bookkeeper. 

555 Hocking, Mary A. (widow). 
559 Ross, Alexander, painter. 

570 Broadbent, Claude D. 

576 Luney, Walter, contractor. 

581 Vacant store. 

584 McDonald, Mrs. Wm. (widow). 

Government intersects. 

603 Champion, Wm. 
606 Burnett, George J. 
619 Owen. Wm. D. 
625 Briggs, Harry C. 

642 Keith, John C, architect. 

643 McLaren, W. G. 

647 Holmes, Percy A., M.D. 

648 Richards, Joseph, laborer. 
652 Beilby, J. F. 

655 White, Robert, printer. 

658 Curtis, James D., Capt. R.N. 

662 Peden, Alex. 

665 Clarke, F. R. 

668 Casey, Lewis, timber cruiser. 

671 Steen, Fred. N., osteopath. 

NOOTKA 

From Heywood Ave. to Cook. 

1018 Blagburn, Wm. T. 
1025 Vacant. 



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North Park 



STREETS 



Oak Bay Ave. 307 



NORTH PARK 

From 1801 Blanchard Ave. to Cham- 
bers and across. 

815 Burns, Annie (widow). 
817 Vacant. 

821 Sonley, Charles, fruit merchant. 

822 Dean, James, rockman. 

823 Burton, Wm. H., oiler. 

826 Patterson, Andrew, engineer. 

827 Hick, Elizabeth (widow). 
829 Turpel, Emerson. 

833 Hocking, Simeon, miner. 

834 Kerg, Barbara (widow). 
837 Wattelet, Mrs. E. (widow). 
841 Parkhill, Samuel, messenger. 
845 Etheridge, Alice (widow). 

848 Welte, James S., operator. 

849 Luscombe, Peter T., driver. 
855 Handley, Wm. J., shoemaker. 

858 Townsley, James, carpenter. 

859 Jones, John T. 
862 Clarke, John R. 
866 Brown, Michael C. 

Quadra intersects. 
903 Blaquiere & Heagerty, grocers. 
912 Conlin, Eleanor (widow). 

916 Campbell, David F., electrician. 

917 Blaquiere, Edward de 

921 Noble, John Wm., laborer. 

922 Wolfenden, Frederick L., saloon 

keeper. 

925 Plumb, Charles, messenger. 

926 Green, Abraham. 

929 Barker, Noel Wm., draughtsman. 

930 Osbon, Benjamin F., engineer. 

934 Hick, Wm. R., butcher. 

935 Dalby, Wm., city mkt. supt. 
939 Lemmax, James H., foreman. 

943 Porter, George A., bookkeeper. 

944 Hall, Louis W., missionary. 
950 Gardner, Capt. Wm. E. 

956 Duck, Sarah (widow). 

957 Pringle, Herbert S., teacher. 

961 Sparrow, John J., vet. sur. 

962 Duck, Wm., real estate. 

967 Janes, Anna M. (widow). 

968 Leigh, Wm. L., bookkeeper. 

974 Steitz, Reinheart. 

975 Thompson, Frederick B. 

1000 Mee, Robert L. 

1001 Meston, John, carriage build-er. 
1007 MacKinnon, John, traveller. 

1015 Curtis, Percy F. 

1016 Prier, George Wm., hackman. 

1021 Smith, Harry. 

1022 Levy, Mrs., Matilda. 

1023 Scales, George, clerk. 
1026 Lambert, Maria (widow). 

1029 Henry, Freeman L., fireman. 

1030 McCulloch, David, clerk. 
1032 Prior, Thomas H., driver. 



BEFORE ORDERING SEE 

Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. 

355 GARBALLY ROAD. .VICTORIA 

Lumber Manufacturers, dealing in all classes of 
Lumber, Moldings, Shingles, Lath, Sash and 
Doors. 



1033 Drysdale, Wm. F. 

1035 Millington, Walter E. 

1036 Green, Sarah J. (widow). 

1040 Oliver, Charles E., plasterer. 

1041 Field, Samuel E. 

1046 Armour, James, stableman. 

1048 Leeman, Ralph, motoneer. 

1049 Ball, Charles A., driver. 
1052^ Moraes, Joseph, laborer. 
1053 Finnigen, Patrick. 

Cook intersects. 

1103 Soper, R. J. 

1110 Harvey, Frank, painter. 

1112 Peddle, George. 

1118 Millar, Charles, wharfinger. 

1119 Willis, Herbert S. 

1122 Cheeseman, Wm. M., laborer. 

1123 Witty, Robert. 

1126 Jewell, Frank, mngr. 
1130 Thompson, Albert, carp. 
1134 Owen, John H., clerk. 

1140 New house. 

1141 McGregor, Margaret. 
1145 Stewart, Alexander. 

1148 Jones, George L., blacksmith. 

1155 The Sanitary Feather Works. 

1156 Holman, Samuel, miner. 

1159 Lindsay, James, carp. 

1160 Milne, Alexander, carp. 

1163 Barlow, George M., bookkeeper. 

1167 Witty, John, teamster. 

1168 Bertucci, Nicholas, retired. 

Chambers intersects. 
1216 Lawson, Henry. 

1219 Grant, Fred. W., printer. 

1220 Williams, Amelia R. 
1226 Clay, Jonathan. 

OAK BAY AVE. 

From 1627 Fort to Oak Bay. 
1615 B. C. Meat Market. 

Terrace Ave. begins. 

1637 Winterburn, W. G. 
1645 Parry, Melville S., ins. 
1655 Riley, G^o., Senator. 
1663 Nelson, Annie, wid. 

Rockland Ave. ends. 
1719 Wood, Thos. 
1729 Walsh, John, Major. 
1732 WoJlaston, Percy, Jh. 



Lawrence Goodacre & Sons 

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS. 1327 Government, Cor. Johnson, Victoria 



QUEEN'S MARKET 

Established 1858 



PLIMLEY AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, Ltd, 



Automobile Garage, 606 Government, Victoria 



Phone 695 



308 Oak Bay Ave. 



VICTORIA 



Olive 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

Stocks, Bonds, High 
Grade investments. 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitai| Block 
VICTORIA, B. C. 

Richmond Ave. intersects. 

1802 Rich, J. B., motorman. 
1807 Warner, E. G. 

1813 Vacant. 

1814 De Carteret, Stanley H. 
1820 McRae, Wm. J., carp. 
1828 Sheldon, W. C, real estate. 

Clara ends. 
1831 Walker, D. G. 
1853 Leason, E. E., cigar mnf. 
1863 Hardwick, Edward E. 
1869 Todd, Wm. A, "Oak Lea." 

Davie intersects. 
1908 Myers, Thomas R. 
1912 Nobbs, Fred. H. 
1916 Market, Joseph. 

Hulton intersects. 
1931 Gravlin, H. T., painter. 
1936 Mcintosh, G. W. 
1942 AUiott, Walter. 
1953 Taylor, Isabella, wid. 
1959 Macdonald, Ewen. 
1967 Devoe, Frank, waiter. 
1971 McDonald, Neil, grocer. 

Foul Bay Road intersects. 
City Limits. 

McNair, David Y., mngr. 

Coulson, Rebecca. 

Townsend, James J., plasterer. 

Drummond, James. 

Smith, Mrs. 

Anderson, Walter B. 

McCabe, Matthew H. 

Wilson, G. C. 

Bamfield, D. 

Pullen, Henry F., reporter. 

Harvey, John. 

Mitchell ends. 

Jameson, R. H., traveler. 
Burns begins. 

Miller, Alice E. 

Oliver, Thos. F. R., plasterer. 

McBurnie, Robert, shipwright. 

Welch, Edmund E. 

Vacant. 

Vacant. 
Hampshire Rd. intersects. 

Richards, Edward E., grocer. 



Fernie, William, retired. 
Burrell, Frank, accountant. 

Monterey ends. 
Reynolds. 
Smart, J. E. 

Wollaston, Francis W., retired. 
Watson, John A., broker. 

OAK 

From Tolmie Ave. northwards, next 
Douglas. 

McCallum, John, carp. 
Purser, Robert. 

OAKLAND AVE. 

From Landsdowne Rd. north to 
Cedar Hill Road, nr. City Limits, 

1462 Nash, Edward, retired. 
1519 Jennings, Wm., lather. 
2740 Garland, Frederick W. 
2801 Oaklands Fireball. 

2820 Hepburn, Norman. 

2821 Clark, Watson, farmer. 

OAKLANDS 

District off Landsdowne Road. 

OLD ESQUIMALT ROAD 

From Hereward Road westwards (a 
continuation of Wilson Street). 

Biswangeo, teamster. 

Robertson, D. M., road foreman. 

Butler, Andrew, lab. 

March, James. 

Pearson, Thomas, machinist. 

Bowden, William J., janitor. 

Bishop, John W., bartender. 

James, Wm. H., miller. 

Bailey, Mrs. Joseph. 

Emery, Arthur S. 

Wilson, E. A., teamster. 

Thompson, William, shipwright. 

Finmore, James, contractor. 

Jones, Richard. 

Lampson intersects. 

OLIPHANT AVE. 

From Beacon Hill Park eastwards 
to Cook. 

1022 Jalland, Robert, grocer. 

OLIVE 

From May southwards, first street 
east of Moss. 

Ill Green, Robert. 

680 Abbott, John M., jailor city. 



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PAINTS, OILS 
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1400-1402 GOVERNMENT ST, 
Phone 644 VICTORIA P. O. Box 46 



RAZORS 
SCISSORS 
TABLE AND 
POCKET CUT- 
LERY, GUNS and 
AMMUNITION 



Olympia Ave. 



STREETS 



Oswego 309 



OLYMPIA AVE. 

From 664 Dallas Road to Battery. 

11 Musgrave, Edward. 

25 Galbraith, Angus. 

39 Myers, Geo., sign painter. 

ONTARIO 

From Dallas Road (outer wharf) to 
Oswego, 

New emigration shed. 
39 Paine, Frederick A. J., grocer. 
47 Irving, George, retired. 

St. Lawrence intersects. 
101 Sparks, Thomas, wharfinger. 
104 McLean, Donald, customs of- 
ficer. 
114 Case, George D., collector. 
126 Kermode, Frank, curator. 

Montreal intersects. 
209 Langdale, Alfred, carpenter. 
213 Findlay, John N., bookkeeper. 
217 Brenchley, Robert H., manager. 
221 Robbins, William E., Major. 
232 Nichols, "Wilfred, carpenter. 
241 Stilwell, Eliza N. (widow). 
247 Sinclair, Robert. 
257 Penty, Joseph B., engineer. 

ORCHARD 

From 2120 Government to Rock Bay 
Ave. 

Lemon, Gonnason & Co., sash 
and door factory. 
630 Rogers, Sidney, band master. 

ORIENTAL ALLEY 

From 546 Yates to Johnson. 
1131 St. Francis Hotel. 
1315 Vacant. 

1319 Butchart, Andrew, tinsmith. 
1321 Bittancourt, F. J., 2nd hand gds. 
1323 Victoria Hotel sample rooms. 

Capital Gun Club*. 

Cooper, R. E., com, agent. 

Anderson, E. H. 

Neal & Bowman, electro-platers. 

Hartley, A. H., wholesale mcht. 
1325 Hibbs, A., shoemaker. 

ORMOND 

(Also called School St.) from 1192 

Fort to Yates. 
1114 Logan, Edward, contr. and bldr. 
1119 Elford, John H., foreman. 

1122 Durick, Mrs. J. C. 

1123 Garvin, Thos., saloon keeper. 
1128 Williscroft, Walter A., bridge 

builder. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

Wholesale Wrapping Paper, 

Paper Bags, Etc. = 

Let me quote you prices. 

620 CORMORANT ST. - VICTORIA, B. C 



View ends. 

1208 Johnson, Edwin, K.C., barrister. 
Boys' Central School; Wiii. A. 

Winsby, principal. 
Girls' Central School; Miss M. 

Williams, principal. 

OSCAR 

From 500 Cook to Moss. 

New house. 
1221 Owens, Chas. N., upholsterer. 
1244 Marconini, Alfred, machinist. 
1248 Sherburn, John, carpenter. 
1258 Daniel, Mrs. Mary A. 
1262 Williams, Fred., laborer. 

OSWEGO 

From 300 Dallas Road to Belleville. 

31 Stevens, Frederick, foreman. 

41 Dawe, Samuel, carpenter. 

49 Kirkendale, George, master mar. 

51 Todd, Mrs. M. 

55 Shandley, Peter, customs officer. 

59 Cowley, William H., accountant. 

61 Bowcott, William J. 

65 Milligan, Andrew, plumber. 

Niagara intersects. 

101 Ritchie, William, mgr. 

Ill Moore, George E., insp. 

113 Cunningham, Robert, grocer. 

117 Fox, Helen (widow). 

119 Wilks, John, lineman. 

121 Ranns, John C, grocer. 

133 Maynard, Joseph, laborer. 

221 Stewart. William. 

Simcoe intersects. 
314 Ostrem, Thomas, miller. 
318 Vacant. 

322 McAfee, Andrew P., shipping cl. 
325 McCuUock, George, salesman. 

Michigan intersects. 
404 Gordon, James D., clerk. 
407 McDonald, Alexander, master m. 
410 Taylor, Alexander B., tel. oper. 

Superior intersects. 
529 Proudlove, Edgar, teamster. 

Quebec begins. 
641 Spring, Charles. 



NORTH-WEST REAL ESTATE CO. 



TIMBER LIMITS AND REAL ESTATE ™« ""fLtWA'^"'"'' 



FLOUR 

AND 

FEED 



BANNERMAN & HORNE 

635-7 JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA PHONE 487 



GRASS 
SEEDS 



310 Pakington 



VICTORIA 



Pandora Ave. 



orP. 



AWARDED 
■WORLDS FAIR 



5DDA 
WATER 



PAKINGTON 

From 529 Vancouver to Cook. 

1007 O'Rourke, Luke. 

1008 Haynes, William, music teacher. 
1016 Gardiner, George. 

1024 Macrae, Farquhar. 

1029 Futcher, Thomas S., retired. 

1033 Whitwell, Thomas J. 

PANDORA AVE. 

From 1501 Government to Mount 
Tolmie Ave. 

613 Raymond & Sons, lime mfrs. 
615 Chinese. 

620 Bantley, S. A., cigar mfr. 
622 Hay, James G., blacksmith. 
Brackman-Ker Milling Co. 
Broad intersects. 
626 B. C. "Pottery Co., Ltd. 
633 Chinese. 
635 Chinese. 
641 San Juan Mining & Manf'g Co. 

Douglas intersects. 

704 K. of P. Hall. 

705 McGilliveary, Mrs. James S. 
Steele, Mrs. E. 

709 Capital City Bakery. 

710 Lloyd, Farquhar C, carp. shop. 

711 iWong Duck Jone. 

712 Rappertie, Arthur S., photogr. 

715 Maynard, A. H., photo, supplies. 

716 Lloyd & Co., chimney cleaners. 

717 Maynard, Mrs. R., photogr. 
721 Wilson, Walter, tinsmith. 
723 Wing Lee, laundry. 

725 Moreas, Louie, machinist. 
727 Mee Waugh, laundry. 

730 McTiernan, Michael. 

731 Gospel Hall. 

734 Austin, Mrs. L., furn. rooms. 

735 Burt, George, wood and coal. 

740 Hilliger, Mrs. Maria, rooming h. 

741 Quon Goon. 

745 Pillingsley, Frank A., harnessmkr. 
747 Tenokisono, K., shoemaker. 
749 Yale House. 
751 Brown, Edward, confectioner. 



755 Brown, Edward, confectioner. 
757 Blower, John, butcher. 

759 Bower, Mrs. Mary. 

760 First Congregational Church. 

761 Pragias, George. 

Blanchiard Ave. intersects. 

806 First Presbyterian Church; Rev. 

Dr. Campbell, pastor. 
812 Goodacre, Lawrence, butcher. 

819 Greenwood, Samuel. 

820 Rendell, Robert, engine driver. 

821 Wilkins, Lewis M. 

822 Hamilton House (boarding). 

826 Youlden, John, laborer. 

827 Leiser, Simon, merchant. 
830 Moody, Frank G., dentist. 

Amelia begins. 

833 Commercial Transfer Stables. 

834 Addison, Alexander, agent. 

835 Drosdowit, Mary (widow). 
838 Smith, Alvena (widow). 

841 McLellan, Elizabeth (widow). 

842 Hopps, Frank W., Japanese intpr. 
845 Hayes, Emma. 

848 Mansell, Henry. 

851 Ferguson, Samuel, horseshoer. 

852 Durham, Sarah, wid. 
856 Pendray, Mrs. Ernest. 
858 Thomas, Charles E. 
863 Crowther, Addie, wid. 

Quadra intersects 
904 Murant, Susan, wid. 
907 Metropolitan Methodist Church. 
910 O'Connor, James C, whsmn. 

914 Davies, Herbert W., auctioneer. 

915 Griffith, James, real estate. 

916 Ross, James S., painter. 
920 Batterton, Charles L. 
924 Hibben, James P. 

932 Brash, Charles. 
939 New house. 

941 Hewartson, Mrs. Wm., dry goods 

942 Young Women's Christian Asso- 

ciation. - 

943 Summers, Francis, painter. 

945 Tite, George, Sr., sign painter. 

948 O'Brien, Elizabeth, wid. 

949 Wilkinson, James. 

950 Corporation pipe yard. 

961 Carlow, Wm. W., upholsterer, 
Vancouver intersect. 
1002 St. Louis College. 
1008 Lawson, Wm. A. 
1010 Bunting, Jennie, wid. 
1012 Harte, John J., acct. 
1016 Lloyd, Bernard. 
1020 Scott, Jessie. 

1023 Robinson, James. 

1024 Vigelius, Antoin, barber. 

1025 Watts, John H., capitalist. 



LAKESIDE HOTEL, 



COWICHAH LAKE 

PRICE BROS. Props. 

The most noted Fishins Resort in British Columbia. Patronized by H.R.H. Prince Arthur of Connaucht 
Stage leaves Tzouhalem Hotel (Duncan) for Cowichan Lake Daily. 



N. A. G. Composition for Roofs 

MANUFACTUREDBY NEWTON & GREER CO., LTD., VICTORIA 



Pandora Ave. 



STREETS 



Parry 311 



1028 Wood, Elizabeth, Miss. 
1031 Russell, George S., barber. 
1039 Maeklin, Herbert. 

1042 Ferris, Wm. D., bartender. 

1043 Anderson, Blizah H. 

1048 Lindley, Wm., furrier. 

1049 Burns, Thomas J. 

1050 Rutland, Henry, clothier. 
1054 Richardson, George A. 

Cook intersects. 

1100 Gardiner, Wm. W., drug store. 

1101 Hawton, Susan,. 

1107 Nelson, Archibald. 

1108 Knight, Alfred W., stationer. 
1113 Brown, Peter, fishmonger. 

1117 Sherriff, Isabella, wid. 

1118 Jones, James A., painter. 
1121 Wilson, Margaret, widow. 
1123 Hepworth, James. 

1126 Wynne, George Wm. 

Rebecca begins. 
1134 Home, Thomas H., merchant. 

1136 Fredrick, Henry A., waiter. 

1137 Reece, James H. 
1144 Lawrence, Annie, Mrs. 

1147 Coleman, Richard, real estate. 

1150 Cashmore, Thomas. 

1151 Dunn, Robert. 
1153 Reid, Wm., elec. 

1155 Reid, Daniel C. 

1156 Moore, Wm. 
1160 Lucas, Louis. 

Chambers intersects. 
1203 Elliott, Alexander W. 
1209 Currall, Louise, widow. 

1215 Andrews, Wm. T. 

1216 Burgess, Wm. L., carp. 
1219 Baugh, Allen, Rev. Wilmot. 
1222 Maynard, James. 

1226 Gilchrist, Wm. L., Capt. 

1227 Clark, Frank, carp. 
1231 Dean, George W., Rev. 

1234 Victoria Convalescent and Nurs- 
ing Home. 
1239 MacDonald, Hugh H. 
1245 Sanburn, Maxwell, printer. 
1247 Gressie, Charles, printer. 

1250 Johnson, Arngrimur. 

1251 Conway, Felix H., Rev., minister. 

1252 Vacant. 

1255 Middleton, James. 
1286 Grant, Hugh, carp. 

Camosun intersects. 

1326 Gribble Henry. 

1327 Jones, Harry V., stonemason. 
1331 Baker, Clara, widow. 

Fernwood Rd. intersects. 
1342 Maclaughlin, Mrs. J. H. 
1347 Creeden, Mrs. John. 

1352 Vacant. 

1353 Wyatt, Frederick G., printer. 




1357 

1361 
1362 
1366 
1370 
1375 
1376 
1377 
1382 

1424 
1430 
1458 
1464 

1524 
1560 
1561 



1748 
1758 



Siddall, James Hinkson, general 

agent. 
King, John W. H., teacher. 
Ney, John W., real estate. 
Vacant. 

Offerhauf, Herman J., clerk. 
Tolputt, John B., carp. 
Powell, Roland H., hardware. 
Vacant. 
Turnbull, James O., carp. 

Stanley Ave. intersects. 
Peachey, Wiliam T. 
Stevens, William A., elk. 
Vacant. 
Clayton, Charles J. 

Belmont Ave. intersects. 
Knox, Fanny E., wid. 
Gregson, William, carp. 
Tindall, George W., coachman. 
Vining ends. 
Pembroke ends. 
Vacant. 
McAuley, George, carp. 



PARADISE 
From Lyali to Head, near Work 
Pt. Barracks. 

Donegan, James, rtd. dairyman. 
Mortimer, Joseph H. yard frmn. 
Bitancourt Fred. J., real estate. 

PARK BOULEVARD 

Between Vancouver and Cook Sts. 
Beacon Hill Park. 

1000 Oliphant, Wm., real estate. 

1018 Vacant. 

1026 Burgess, Homer R., dentist. 

PARRY 

From 500 BIk. Toronto to Michigan. 

408 Holmes, Alexander. 
410 Foster, Livingstone, metal work- 
er. 
412 Ware Henry, sewer inspector. 

416 Emery, John, tobacconist. 

417 Cooper, Charles, Sr., gardener. 

418 Humphrys, William H., carp. 
421 Smith, Frederick, decorator. 



QUAMiCHAN HOTEL 



/ Headquarters for Tourists^ 
I and Commercial Men J 



Duncan, B. G. 



strictly First Class. Excellent Fishing and Hunting on Somenos Lal(e. F. CONRUYT, Proprietor 



W^Wr»^ T^ T^ T^^^ T^ 1^ if 1201 Government St., Victoria Phone 898 

rll-Kll.rUKJYl clothes for gentlemen 

READY TO WEAR OR TO ORDER 



312 Parry 



VICTORIA 



Pembroke 



CocriG College 

BEACON HILL PARK. VICTORIA. 



The Home School For Boys 
Principal ■ J. W. CHURCH, M.A. 



422 Casey, Joseph, expressman. 
426 Taylor, Frank, carp. 

429 Parker, John A., butcher. 

430 New house. 

431 Churchill, J. 
433 Phillips, J. 

437 Nelson, Thomas C, confectioner. 
439 Warder, Alfred C, longshoreman. 
451 McLean, Mrs. 
453 MacPherson, Donald, mariner. 

PEMBERTON ROAD 

From Belcher to 1429 Fort. 
729 Prior, Lt.-Col., Hon. E. G., "The 

Priory." 
750 iMara, James. 
820 Keefer, Geo. A., C. E. 

834 Heisterman, B. S., real estate. 

835 Flumerfelt, A. C, "Ruhebuhne." 
852 Stevenson, P. W., stock broker. 
855 Taylor, Benjamin, coachman. 

905 Macdowell, Day, Hort, real estate. 

906 Cross, C. T., real estate. 

930 Robertson, Arthur, comm. mcht. 
939 Schoefleld, E. O. S., prov. librar. 

1004 James, E. A. 

1005 Nash, Richard, dentist. 

1021 Catterall, Thomas, contractor. 

1022 Sutherland, R. Ross, barrister. 
1026 Langley, Walter. 

1033 Slater, Thos. Henry. 

1039 Watson, Catherine. 

1040 Cobbett, C. N., M.D. 

PEMBROKE 

From 2100 Store Eastwards to Pan- 
dora Ave. (Junction). 

501 B.C.E.R. sheds. 

502 Victoria Gas Co. tank. 
525 Marine Iron Works. 
549 B.C.E.R. sheds. 

Government Intersects 
'617 Prior, E. O. & Co., Ltd. warehouse. 
622 Pembroke, Albion Stove Wks., Ld. 
624 Medrich, Andrew, boilermaker. 
'628 Cabins. 

630 Ferguson, James, elec. 
636 Cabins. 
638 Cabins. 

641 Pioneer Coffee & Spice Mills. 

642 Grimm & Sons, carriage bldrs. 



Douglas Intersects 

708 Tugwell, Cora E., widow. 

712 Hillier, Walter, Wm., hab. 

713 Baker, James. 

714 Williams, Frank P., fish dealer. 

716 Clegg, Archie, moulder. 

717 Couke, EYank, moulder. 
720 Evans, L. W., bookkeeper. 

722 Kruse, Edward. 

723 Munn, Charles D. 
725 Evans, Wm. E. 

727 Riddell, Alexander, bookkeeper. 

728 Coleman, Edward, moulder. 
72-9 Setterington, John F., painter. 
730 Bayers, P<aul L., teamster. 

733 Walsh, Isaac, truckman. 

734 Adams. Walter N., butcher. 

738 Scott, Wm., watchman. 

739 Graham, Wm., printer. 

748 Hall, Richard. 

749 Cooper, Benjamin, laundry. 

Bianchard Ave. Intersects 

868 Shack. 

Quadra Intersects 

915 Cameron, John, plumber. 

919 Watson, John, acct. 

921 Burneister, Louis, stove mounter. 

927 Jones, Wm. H., bookkeeper. 

935 Smith, John B., expressman. 

939 Ferguson, Samuel G., teamster. 

943 Aitkinson, George. 

Cook Intersects 

1153 Vacant. 

1157 Bailey, Hedley, painter. 

1161 Dearden, Alfred, janitor. 
Chambers Intersects 

1211 Anderson, Mary. 

1215 Morry, Wm., netman. 

1219 Croot, Minnie. 

1251 Pickard, Dudley P., carp. 

1265 Coles, John T., laborer. 

1268 Sherwood, George, whsmn. 

1269 Weybrew, John. 

1273 Malcolm, Campbell, laborer. 

1280 HoUins, Alfred, expressman. 

1281 Vacant. 

1286 Marsh, Henry, machinist. 

1294 Manton, Josiah, shoemaker. 
Fernwood Road Intersects 

1309 Cross, Daniel. 

1314 Findlay, John, C. H. 

1315 Macdonald, Mrs. E. 

1317 Emery, Alfred, miachinist. 

1324 Vacant. 

Sayward Ave. Begins 

1325 Dicks, William. 

1330 Brown, Robert, carpt. 

1331 Dal'by, Robert S. 
1334 Janes, Martha, wid. 



ARLINCTON HOTEL, 

Government Telegraph and Post Office 
Station Located Here. 



The Resort for Tourists, Hunters and 

Fishermen. 

Accommodation and Cuisine Unsurpassed. 

ARLINCTON P. 0., VANCOUVER ISLAND 



HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD. £f!f!2-iiff 

The Jewelery Mail Order House. VANCOUVER, B. C. on Request . . 



Pembroke 



STREETS 



Pine 313 



1342 FuUerton, William F., carp. 

1345 Robertson, William, blacksmith. 

1347 Pike, Mark, mariner. 

1350 Finland, George R., barber. 

1353 Cole, Emma, wid. 

1356 Baldwin, Mrs. A. 

1360 Wiffen, Herbert C, warehouseman 

Stanley Ave. Ends 
1400 Parsons, Henry, master mariner. 
1410 Lee, Norman T. 

1413 Jackson, John R. 

1414 Crowther, George, engraver. 

1417 M'archant, William P., clerk. 

1418 &imonson, Oliver. 

1422 Sackrider, Orlando H., carpt. 

1423 Vacant. 

1427 Bassett, Robert H., carpt. 
1431 Dunn, George, manager. 
1439 Johnson, Oliver, house-mover. 
1444 Drader, Joseph, farmer. 

Haughton Commences 

1449 Vacant. 

1468 Holmes, Miss, nurse. 

Belmont Ave. Intersects 
1502 Craig, William H., poundkeeper. 
1524 Ralph, William W., carpt. 
1554 Blake, Charles R. 
1570 Emery, William, carp. 

Shakespeare Intersects 
1604 Neill, William, picture framer. 
1614 Bouget, Edward, shingler. 
1651 Vacant. 
1622 Hatcher, Prank. 
1630 Harling, William. 
1642 Spofford, William H., carp. 
1653 Lewis, Arthur D. 
1655 Preston, A. F. 



PENDERGAST 

From Vancouver west 
south of Southgate. 

9 New house. 
11 New house. 
13 New house. 
19 Fairfull, Andrew, carp. 



to Cook 



PENWILL 
From 720 
Ave. 



Humboldt to Burdette 



801 Steinberg, Harry, tmstr. 

805 Saunders, Thomas, hack driver. 

807 West, Harry, carp. 

810 Short, Robert W., teamster. 

811 Spurrier, William. 

813 Manson, Arthur, engineer. 

814 O'Connor, James C. 

817 Arnason, Daniel, motorman. 

819 Sullivan, J., laborer. 

823 Cameron, Malcolm, tmstr. 



HOTEL WILSON 

FIREPROOF, MODERN and 
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 

One Block from Steamboat Landing 

JAS. R. MCKINNELL, PROP. 

N A N A I M O, B.C. 



PHOENIX PLACE 

From Avalon Road to Toronto. 

301 Bowers, Samuel V., printer. 

305 Solly, L. H., land agent. 

310 Pullerton, J., mcht. 

314 Eraser, Sarah R., wid. 

317 Vacant. 

329 Nolte, F. W., optician. 

331 Cumine, G. L., C.E. 

PHOENIX STREET 

Between Craigflower and Colviile. 

Forester, Graham, agent. 
Vacant. 

PINE (1) 

(Victoria West) from Craigflower to 
Dominion Road. 

605 Stephens, R. W., foreman, 

610 Mould, Walter F. 

617 Allen, John, plasterer. 

622 Todd, John, cook. 

631 Miner, Alfred H., lab. 

633 Gilbert, Charles A., sailor. 

634 Sutton, Richard. 

637 Clunk, Alfred, car inspec. 

645 Harper, John N., bridge carp. 

646 Painter, James, Jr., truck and 

dray. 

650 Jenkinson, Charles, clerk. 

651 Bond, Thomas W., pattern mkr. 

661 Hibbs, Arthur, boot store. 

662 Roper, J. B., Mrs., widow. 
665 Burness, Roljert, conductor. 
669 Stephen, William. 

695 McCoubrey, Robert. 

McCaskiil intersects. 

703 Ruttan, Stewart, eng. 

711 Morton, Frederick, pattern mkr. 

721 Colvy, Albert R., acct. 



WOOD BROS. GARAGE 

Automobiles For Hire At All Hours 

REPAIRING AND STORING 



WHARF, COR. BROUCHTON, VICTORIA 

Phone 241 



B. C. LAND & INVESTMENT AGENCY 

Real Estate, Insurance and General Agents phone 125. victoria 



Dominion Hotel, 

Rates ] 



BOARD AND ROOM 
EUROPEAN PLAN - 



VICTORIA. B. C. 

STEPHEN JONES, - PROP. 
$2.00 AND UP. 
.75 AND UP. 



314 Pine 



VICTORIA 



Quadra 



THE GREAT WEST 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIN W. JONES, 

Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phoni 282. ROOM 12, METROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B.C. 



724 Andrews, Edmond W., ship carp. 
731 Mugford, John, lab. 

PINE (2) 

From Tolmie Ave. northwards. 

Gilmour, James, dairyman. 

PLEASANT 

From 335 Bay north to Victoria 
Arm. 

2531 Price, Wm. H., confectioner. 

2540 Drake, Brian H. Tyrwhitt, bar- 
rister. 

2616 O'Reilly, Arthur J., barrister. 

Moore, Whittington Lumber Co., 
Ltd. 

POWDERLY AVE. 

(Vic. W.) From Belton Ave. to Dom- 
inion Road. 

713 Gold, Thomas F., cigar mfr, 

714 James, Henry, driller. 

720 Vacant. 

721 Gold, William, painter. 
723 McLaren, James A., carp. 
726 Stancil, Harry A., lab. 

729 Colvin, Edith, wid. James. 

730 Wells, Mrs., widow. 
736 Vacant. 

Beiton Ave. intersects 
1112 Hogan, Willard, eng. 
1115 McGraw, John, marine eng. 
1117 Lowry, Charles, painter. 

POWELL 

From 500 Block, Toronto north, to 
Michigan. 

418 Mills, Albert E. 

419 Bland, William H., druggist. 
423 Sheppard, George R., comp. 

PRINCE'S AVE. 

From 2200 Government to Chambers. 

610 Taylor Mill stables. 

613 Holmwood, Edward J., carp. 

614 Lewis, George, elec. 

618 Pamphlet, Frederick Wm., eng. 
622 Lawson, John. 

625 Vacant. 

626 Vacant. 

627 Minnie, Edward, tmstr. 



630 Trew, Wm. J., carp. 

634 Fraser, James R., carp. 

635 Furnell, Mrs., wid. 

637 Todd, John, driver. 

638 Tite, Charles H., painter. 
641 Whitlaw, Lawrence A., eng. 

Douglas intersects. 
702 Ard, Rev. A. J. Stanley. 
708 Stapledon, Donald, mechanic. 

710 Sallaway, Harry, engineer. 

711 Besford, Fredrick C, lather. 
715 Fletcher, Thomas C. 

719 Miles, Reginald T., traveler. 
723 Kirk, Thomas C. 
727 Byrne, Wm. F., cigar mfrs. 
731 Simons, Wm. J. N. 

735 McKechnie, Malcolm, carp. 

736 Howes, Wm. 

746 Petticrew, Robert, tailor. 

764 Kinsman, John E., insurance agt. 

770 Ashwell, Allen S. 

Blanchard Ave. intersects. 
Quadra intersects. 
Hall, Thomas, carp. 

Cook intersects. 
1102 Couch, James, barber. 

PRIOR 

From King's Road north to Summit 
Ave. 1st west of Graham. 

2539 Burton, Mark, carp. 

2646 (rear) Prior, John, teamster. 

2646 Smith, Joseph. 

2650 Smith, Charles. 

Hillside Ave. intersects. 
2812 Penhallwrick, Wm. W., melter. 
2825 Dresser, John A., carp. 
2827 Goss, John W., furniture dealer. 
Gibson, John, contractor. 

PROSPECT ROAD 

Off Fort Street at City Boundary. 

Harding, Paul, lab. 
Howell, Alfred, gardener. 

PROSPECT ST 

From Oak Bay Ave. to San Carlos 
Ave. (near Oak Bay). 

Peters, Frederick, K.C. 

Vacant. 

Davies, Arthur. 

Neale, Frank L., real estate. 

QUADRA. 

From 853 Burdette Ave. northwards 
to City Limits, Victoria Cres. south 
of Burdette Ave. 

914 Christ Church Schoolroom. 
Courtney Intersects 
Broughton Ends 



IDlniPersit^ School, IDlctona, British Columbia 



:f6oarDin0 anO Das Scbool for M3obs. 
15 Bcres of BMaging 3fiel&s. 



new mvich JBullMiig. 
Bppls to tbe JBursar. 



\A/6il6r Bros. ComplBt^ Home Furnishers 



ESTABLISHED 1862. 



917-921 GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA 



Quadra 



STREETS 



Quadra 315 



1008 Lamb, Percy E., lalDorer. 
1010 Falconer, Jack, blacksmith. 

1018 Neal, William, chimney sweep. 

1019 Allen, Frederick, gardener. 

Fort Intersects 

1112 Foubister, Andrew, carp. 

1113 Ross, John, driver. 

1117 McDonald, Patrick, senr., ex- 

pressman. 

1118 Plummer, Francis E., grocer. 

1119 Barker, Robert, carpenter. 
1121 Garnett, John. 

1124 Allen, Timothy, plasterer. 

1125 Gunn, Mrs. John. 

View Intersects 
1201 Johnson, Edward. 
1203 Baytun, Emma, wid. 
1207 McDonald, Roderick, laborer. 
1209 Hartry, Edward. 

1211 Ferris, George, contr. 

1212 Brown, George, lab. 

1213 Martin, George, engineer. 

1214 Samm, William C, stone cutter. 

1216 Kroeger, Frederick, senr., uphols- 

terer. 

1217 Longley, William. 

1218 McCabe, Miss B. 

Yates Intersects 

1316 Occupied. 

1317 Laurie, Walter, bartender. 

Johnson Intersects 
1412 Gallichen, Ada, costumier. 

1414 Pettitt, Rosina, dressmaker. 

1415 Metropolitan Methodist Church. 

Pandora Ave. Intersects 

1515 Moses, Henry. 
1517 Moss, James, gardener. 
Mason Intersects 

1602 
1604 
1612 
1615 
1619 
1621 
1624 
1625 
1636 

1709 
1728 



Pirie, George, painter. 

King, Charles R., com. agent. 

Wenger, Christopher, jeweller. 

Lubbe, Theodore. 

Malpass, Abiathia, mail carrier. 

Duncan, Wm., waiter. 

Goodacre, Lawrence R. 

Waitt, Mary A., wid. 

Munro, Arbuth N., purser. 

Fisguard Intersects 
Partridge, Thomas J. 
Ward, John, grocer. 

North Park Intersects 



1803 Wellwood, Robert, janitor. 
1811 Aaronson, A. A. 
1814 Mcllmoyl, James T. 

1816 Ledingham, George, carriage bldr. 

1817 Rivers, Wm., painter. 
1820 Boyd, James. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

= JAPANESE FANCY GOODS =^ 
1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 

1821 Turner, John, builder. 

1827 Newbigging, John, watchman. 

Caledonia Ave. Intersects 

1903 Saunders, Julia. 

1904 Cox, Wm., Capt. 
1917 Nute, John, carp. 

1919 Pascoe, Thomas W., rockman. 
1923 Florence, George, baker. 

Green Intersects 
2003 Clyde, Frederick C, pressman. 
2007 Corder, Thom-as M., laborer. 
2015 iSehl, Frank J., bookkeeper. 

Pembroke Intersects 
Queen's Ave. intersects 

2432 Elliott, John Wm., harnessmaker. 
2440 Hicks, Gideon. 

Bay Intersects 

2522 Jeune, Frederick. 

2534 Dicks, Thomas. 

2538 Armstrong, Wilson J. 

2543 Shepard, George, gardener. 

2548 Charlton, Ormond L. 

2552 Hall, Peter, ship builder. 

2556 Loughney, Rodney. 

King's Road Intersects 

2614 Smith, Chambers D. 

2616 Dempster, John T., carriage 

painter. 
2620 Purdey, Thomas R., freightman. 
2624 Robertson, Joseph, carp. 
2627 Mackenzie, Charles, blksmith. 
2634 Glover, George. 
2637 Harrison, Richard, carp. 

2644 Sanderson, Daniel, farmer. 

2645 Matthews, Ambrose F., barber. 
2656 Elliott, George T., oarp. 

2659 Hambleton, H. G., teamster. 

2660 Barlow, Wm. G., acct. 



Pacific Sheet Metal Works 

Office and Worl(S : 931 VIEW STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 
-PH ONE 1772= 



Copper and Galvanized Iron Cornice*. 
SkyHghts and Metal Windows. Blow Pipe Work. 
Galvanized Iron, Tar & Gravel and Slate Roofing 



F> AI=IX I C; U l_ AF» OFIOCJERY 



WEST END GI^OGERY COMPANY, LIMITED 



PHONES 88 & 1761 



VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA 



THE WINDSOR, Nanaimo, B. C. 



-Joseph Fox, - Proprietor- 



Headquarters for Commercial Men. Well Lighted Sample Rooms 



316 Quadra 



VICTORIA 



Rebecca 



TRAVELLING MAN OR TOURIST 

IF TOU WANT A 

Saddle Horse, a Single or Double Rig, 

THE I. X. L LIVERY STABLES 



NANAIMO, B. C. 



E. A. Hoskins, Prop. 



Hillside Ave. Intersects 

2711 Taylor, Samuel, lab. 
2715 Overton, Chas. O., fireman. 
2734 Tranter, Seymour, brickmaker. 
2743 Thomas, Almond, guard. 
2745 Burnmian, William, lab. 
2749 Brown, Archie, teamster. 
Topaz Ave. Intersects 

3010 G-onnason, Benj., mill owner. 

3011 Bernath, Edward, retired. 

3020 Dinsdale, 'Robt., contr. 

3021 Vaughan, W., retired. 
3030 Vacant. 

Tolmie Ave. Intersects 
Sherwood, Arthur R. 
Campbell, Neil J., fruit rancher. 
Pettman, Chas. W., cond. 
Holmes, Richard, rancher. 
Rowcroft, Geo. P., Lt.-Col. 
Holms, James H., gaol warden. 

Cloverdale Ave. Intersects 
Elliston, Capt., Peter, "Felixtowe." 
James, Percival T., fruit pest in- 
spector. 

QUEBEC 

From 626 Montreal to Menzies. 

203 Watson, George, plumber. 

207 Herbert, Flora, wid. nurse. 

211 York, Joseph, merchant. 

215 Sweet, J. H. S., Rev. 

217 George, William E., master mar. 

219 Lees, Archibald, engineer. 

221 Jepsen, Q. N., foreman Victoria 
Transfei'. 

223 Langley, Mrs. J. 

St. John Intersects • 

305 St. James' Church. 

321 Caulfield, John J., retired. 

327 Bendrodt, Emily, wid. 

'331 Bray, Edward. 

337 Brown, Hastings G., hack proprie- 
tor. 

Oswego Intersects 

402 Regan, William, timber ranger. 

405 Vacant. 

406 Stannard, John S., salesman. 
410 Gawley, George, carp. 



413 O'Sullivan, Daniel, deputy collec- 
tor, Inland Revenue. 
419 Ottaway, William E., painter. 

423 Vacant. 

424 Mackay, Harriet, wid. 

429 Sorby, Thomas C, architect. 

430 Wilson, William, plumber. 

431 Dixon, John H., bookkeeper. 
434 Bonter, Charles H. 

439 Scarf, Oscar, master mariner. 

445 Burns, A. H., Capt. 

450 Mackintosh, William D., cashier. 

449 Laing, Emily, wid. 

453 Mcintosh, David, real estate. 

457 Blume, Charles A. 

461 Hobbis, Henry H., clerk. 

465 Marboeuf, Louise, wid. 

468 Ramsay, Mrs. A. 

QUEEN'S AVENUE 

From 2301 Government to Chambers. 
619 Proctor, Julia, wid. 
623 Beek, Frederick J., carriage build. 

Douglas Intersects 
717 Geiger, Edward, plumber. 
721 Quinn, Mary. 
725 Keeler, Eliza, wid. 
729 Curry, Solomon J., whsmn. 

734 Gaunce, Wm. G., real estate. 

735 Milne, Annie, wid. 

738 Luney, Wm. H., bricklayer. 
742 Forbes, Andrew F., cond. 
745 Robertson, John, blacksmith. 
750 McCandless, George. 
752 Cavin, George W, master mar- 
iner. 
759 MacLeod, John A., cond. 
770 Finlayson, Roderick D. 

Blanchard Ave. intersects. 
Nagel, Michael musician. 
810 Owen, Louise, wid. 
814 Hawkins, George E. 
818 McManus, Felix J. E., jeweler. 
830 Irvine, Frederick J., carp. 
Quadra intersects. 
New house. 

Cook intersects 

1021 Duncanson, Thomas, iron mould- 
er. 
1045 Predrickson, Peter, carp. 
1122 Richards, James, milkman. 
1138 Vacant. 

RAE 

Now part of Courtney. 

REBECCA 

From 1126 Pandora Ave. north- 
wards. 

1603 Sharp, David, retired. 



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STREETS 



Rithet 317 



1605 Karns, George, lab. 
1607 Webb, John, lab. 

REGENT 
From Cook westwards between 
Mason and Pandora. 

1041 Guiton, James A., nurseryman. 
1045 Brundrige, Frank, farmer. 
1049 Rowebottom, George Wm., but- 
cher. 
1053 "Vacant. 
1051 Tubman, Charles M. 

RENDALL 

From 400 Niagara to Simcoe. 

113 Ridden, Peter J. 

114 Volich, Peter, fisherman. 

119 Allan, John G., machinist. 

120 Stewart, Charles W., bookbinder. 
122 Patterson, John, lab. 

124 Barker, Henry, lab. 

126 Murphy, John, cutter. 

129 Bowles, Richard, upholsterer. 

133 Petticrew, William C, machinist. 

139 Richmond, James, clerk. 

149 Renfree, John F. 

155 Whyte, Alexander, carp. 

RICHARDSON 

From 713 Vancouver eastwards to 
St. Charles. 

1001 Heald, Sydney J., grocer. 

1012 Fox, Fraud G., salesman. 

1019 Cawley, Archibald A. 

1031 Ross, Thomas J., clerk. 

1034 Bagshawe, Edward C. B., real 

estate. 
1043 Wolfe George H., steward. 

Cook intersects. 
1114 Mowat, George, messenger. 
1126 Boulton, Brenton J. 
1161 Walker, James, "Trutch House." 

Linden Ave. intersects. 
1224 Clark, Robert W. 
1232 Ritchie, J. H., eng. 
1234 Devereux, Eleanor, wid. 
1242 Wootton, Edward E., ibarrister. 
1259 Wootton, Stephen Y. 
1263 Cameron, James O. 

RICHMOND AVE. 

From Foul Bay northward to 1800 
Fort. 

901 Paul, E. B., supt. City schools. 

907 Bell, Mrs. Sarah. 

915 Vierdier, M. J., Mrs. 

941 Halpenny, Mrs. L. 
1019 Riddle, John. 
1057 Paterson, David M. 
1065 Wilson, W. E., timber mcht. 
1082 Vacant. 



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Western Coast Cash Registers. 
513 HAMILTON ST. - VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Oak Bay Ave. intersects. 
1526 Hearn, E. J., "Kingsley." 
1532 Sandiford, Mary A., wid. 

1538 Parbery, Arthur. 

1539 Kingston, Chas., builder. 
1544 Dickson, James T. 

1601 Wheeler, Arthur Cpt. 

1602 Hall, Wm. F., bartender. 
1609 Wheeler, Arthur. 

1612 Moggey, James. 
1615 Vacant. 

1623 Jeanneret, G. F. 

1624 McDougall, James. 

Leighston Rd. intersects. 
1704 Boulding, George T. 

1714 Vacant. 

1715 Moffet, Adam P., bookkeeper. 
1721 Staneland, Walter E. 

RIDGE ROAD 

From 1265 Pembroke to Denman. 

2126 Brynjolfson,, Einar, sewer contr. 
2130 Vacant. 

2148 Behnson, Christopher G., cigar 
mnfr. 

RITHET AVE. 

From Lyall northwards to Esquimalt 
Rd. 

Bowden, James, lab. 
Rowe, Samuel, blksmth. 
Langley, James, eng. 

RITHET STREET 

From Menzies to South Turner, 
next Dallas Road. 

515 Fowkes, Frederick G., barrister. 

516 Newby, John, pilot. 

519 Lloyd, John H., P. O. clerk. 

522 Smith, Frank E. W., traveler. 

523 Martyn, Henry. 

526 Warden, Quinton D. H., stenog. 

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527 Crapper, Harry D., painter. 
530 Murray, David, hotel keeper. 

533 Stratford, Frank C, master mar- 

iner. 

534 Sutherland, William A., checker. 

537 Worlock, Frederick H., emp. 

Phoenix Brewery. 

538 Cooley, Harry V., tinsmith. 

541 Sissons, Thomas, painter. 

542 Rae, James, saloon keeper. 
546 King, William A., butcher. 

549 McLauchlin, James H., customs 

officer. 

550 Trowsdale, Thos. H., carp. 
554 Riddell, Robert W. 

560 Vacant. 

561 Munroe, Mrs. A., widow. 
568 Smith, Godfrey W. 

ROBERT 

(Vic. West) from 604 Esquimalt 
Rd. to waterfront. 

223 Dec. 

230 Austin, Harry M., locomotive 
eng. 

240 McBeth, D. G., foreman Say- 
ward's mill. 

Andrew begins. 

302 Barnes, H. T, clerk. 
308 Cunningham, Neil, carp. 
314 Barraclough, George, eng. 

ROBERTSON 

From Beach Road (Foul Bay) to 
Lillian Road. 
207 Hall, Wm. N, carp, 

ROCK BAY AVE. 

From Rock Bay northward to Gorge 
Road. 

2412 Rudd. Mrs. Martha N. 

2424 McLaren, Frederick, painter. 

2428 Aspdin, Alfred, steward. 

2429 Miller, Charles D., draughtsman. 
2437 Walker, Thomas W., manager. 

Bay intersects. 
2510 Brown, Wm. S., steward. 
2514 Middleton, Edmund, carp. 
2523 Burnett, Edwin K., salesman. 
2525 New house. 



John Intersects 

2616 Dinsley, George Wm., motoneer. 
2623 Harris, Alfred B., boatbuilder. 

Hillside Ave. intersects. 
2709 Pope, Stephen D. 
2712 Fish, Robert. 

2714 Bradley, Lydia E., wid. 

2715 Queen's Academy. 

2718 Barnes, Charles, mariner. 

David Intersects 
2802 Findley, Hugh. 
2808 Russell, David, blacksmith. 
2814 Murphy, Mary, wid. 
2818 Borde, Auguste. 
2902 Vacant. 

ROCKLAND AVENUE 

(Old Name Belcher Street), From 
1001 Vancouver to 1700 Oak Blaiy Ave. 

1015 Ross, William, caterer. 
1019 Victoria Lawn Tennis Club. 
1034 Davis, Albert A., cigar maker. 
1040 Engelhardt, Paul, cooperage. 
1046 Engelhardt, Paul, cooper. 

Cook Intersects 
1117 Watkins, Charles E., architect. ■ 

1123 Adams, Walter E. 

1124 Fletcher, James H., merchant. 
1187 Carlin, Michael B., lumberman. 
1141 Blakemore, William, editor. 

1145 Stewart, Margaret, Mrs. 

1146 Hanbury, David W, baker. 
1157 University School, preparatory. 
1160 Jones, Colonel A. W., real estate. 

Linden Ave. Intersects 
1216 Forman, James, real estate. 
1249 "The Laurels," Collegiate School 
J. W. Laing, M. A., head master. 
Moss Intersects 

1300 Hobson, J. B., M. E. 

1301 Sayward, J. A., "Oakmeade." 

1321 Angus, Mary, wid., James. 

1322 Prentice, James D. 

1337 Arbuthnot, John, "Robleda." 
1365 "Stonyhurst" University School. 
1401 Government House. 
1454 Mackenzie, Chas. G., gardener. 
1462 Barnard, G. H., M. P., "Duvals." 

Pemberton Road Ends 
1503 Warren, Fredk. B., "Menota." 

St. Charles Intersects 
1564 Ambery, J. W. 
1586 Pitts, S. J. 

1598 Williams, R. P., traveller. 
1603 McPhillips, Albert E., K. C. 
1606 Day, R. S., real estate. 
1617 Mitchell, A. J. 



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1230 Government Street, Victoria, B. G. 



Rockland Ave. 



STREETS 



Runnymede Ave. 319 



1626 Bodwell, Ernest V., K. C. 

1629 Holland, Cuyler A. 

1636 Little, F. D. 

1648 Vacant. 

1663 Luxton, Arthur P. 

1715 Galletly, O. J. C. 

1721 Robertson, Wm. Fleet. 

1737 Galletly, Alice M. 

1745 Tatlow, Hon., R. G. 

1750 Dumbleton, Henry. 

1753 McKilligan, John B. 

1759 Jones, Frederic W. 

1765 Vacant. 

1770 Wilson, B. 

1777 Hunt, Edward, contractor. 

1781 Humber, A. A., dentist. 

1788 Bone, Wm. H. 

1789 Vacant. 

RODERICK 

From Oak to Maple Street, Next Tol- 
mie Ave. 

Sondergaard, Fred. K., planerman. 

Vacant. 

McLean, Mrs. A. C. 

ROSE 

From 800 Bay to Topaz Avenue. 

2511 Myers, Madison M. 

2515 Smith, John L. 

2519 Stewiart, Hugh, stonecutter. 

2522 Orton, Harry P. 

2528 Morrow, Ernest E., machinist. 

2532 Esnouf, Wm. A. 

King's Road Intersects 
2)615 Norrish, John D. 
2621 Calling, John, watchman. 

2626 Adams, Wm. H. 

2627 Parr, Thomas H., P. L. S. 
2631 Vacant. 

2635 Griffith, Eliza E., wid. 

2639 Palmer, Thomas. 

2640 Anderson, David, shoem^aker. 

Hill Begins 
2644 Nordin, Ernest Wm. 

2647 Churton, Arthur S., teamster. 

2648 Murray, Louisa S., wid. 
2652 Lopthien, Thomas J. 

2655 Vacant. 

2656 Palmer, James, constable. 

2659 Sherratt, Robert Wm., bricklayer. 
2663 Keown, Frank, sign painter. 
2665 Keele, Edward R. 

Hillside Ave. Intersects 
2712 MacCormiok, Daniel J., lab. 
2714 Muriset, Frederick. 

Market Intersects 
2803 Sherratt, Mrs. Sarah, wid. 
2806 Reece, Joseph. 



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Head Master: 
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2811 Jeeves, Allen. 

2815 Webber, Frederick, driver. 

2818 Fisher, Archibald D. 

2819 Greig, Robert, sawyer. 
2823 Colley, Frank, mail carrier. 
2832 Galley, Frederick. 

2838 Turnbull, Wm. H., eng. 
2858 Parsons, Edmund J., Sr., retired. 
Provincial Jail. 

ROTHWELL STREET 

From Old Esquimalt Road to Esqui- 
mau Road, Near City Limits. 

635 Graves, — . 

RUDLIN 

From 1500 Chambers to Fernwood 
Road (Continuation of South Side of 
Pandora Ave.) 

1221 Hodgson, Ephraim. 

1225 Hurst, Henry. 

1226 Melhuish, Alfred C. 

1237 Sims, Walter, driver. 

1238 Merryfield, Wm. J. 

1242 Moore, Wm., carp. 

1243 Zarelli, Joseph. 
1246 Hounsell, Arthur. 

1250 Metcalfe, Anna M., widow. 
1253 Occupied. 

Camosun Intersects 
1304 Tubman, James B., carp. 
1316 Nettleton, Alfred W., express. 

1320 Hearndon, Charles, clerk. 

1321 Calwell, Joseph N., expressman. 
1330 Bell, Wm. H., saloon keeper. 

RUNNYMEDE AVENUE 

From Foul Bay Road to Boundary 
Avenue. 

Barnett, Geo., shoe maker. 
Rochfort, Mrs. Constance. 

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FOUR AC RES OF GREEN HOUSES. 

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728 Yates St. Telephone 643 



RUPERT 

From 900 Heywood Avenue to Mc- 
Clure. 

502 Burdick, A. C, retired. 

516 Sparrow, Walter G., bookkeeper. 

517 Flewins Greennouses. 
522 Henderson, Anton, retired. 
531 Lawson, Henry G., barrister. 

Humboldt Intersects 
628 Shaw, Archibald E. 
634 Setchfield, Cecil. 
637 Nesbitt, Harry, emp. Colonist Off. 
640 Radiger, Edmund P., com. broker. 

Collinson intersects 
70»' Mcllwaine, William, drayman. 

710 Booth, Samuel J. 

711 Steven, M., Mrs., widow. 

714 Bayntun, Edward J., janitor. 

RUSSELL 

(Victoria West) From Waterfront 
Northwards to Jessie. 

201 William, Samuel, captain, retired. 

202 Grimison. John L>., auditor. 

209 Macintosh, Chas. W., ageat, E. «& 

N. RIy. 
214 Wade, Albert E., harness maker. 

222 Lucas, George S. H., retired. 

223 Mable, William J., carriage ,bldr. 
234 Stevens, Alex. C, fireman. 

240 Marling, Samuel G., real estate. 
245 Peatt, Frederick J. 

Esquimalt Rd. intersects. 

Dundas ends. 
505 Anderson, Hugh, blacksmith. 

Wilson intersects. 
722 Zuik, C, lab. 
726 Young, Lewis, retired. 
738 Cains, Richard. 
744 Abraham, William B., horse dlr. 

Edward ends. 
812 Droop, John, mattress maker. 
818 Bruce, Herbert M., ship carp. 
824 Bruce, Alexander, carp. 
898 Sloan, William, potter. 

Langford ends. 

904 Minty, Wiliam, carp. 
908 Kennedy, James. 



914 Kennedy, John, emp. Court 

House. 
920 Duncan, John W., clerk. 

Craigflower Rd. intersects. 
1003 Aikman, George W., clerk. 
1015 Lawrie, E. T., plumber. 

RYAN 

From Cedar Hill Road east, near 
Landsdowne Rd. 

1448 Hunter, John, lab. 

1506 Green, Alfred W., gardener. 

SAANICH RD. 

Continuation of Douglas St. beyond 
City Limits. 

Tolmie Ave. begins. 

Nelson, James. 
New store. 
Vacant. 

Duplin ends. 
Dunn, Geo. F. 
Reid, James T. 
Crew, Harry, moulder. 

Kelvin ends. 
Harrison, Wm. G., bricklayer. 
Sturgess, Fred., driver. 
Vacant. 
Sorensen, Rasmus, bricklayer. 

Ardester Rd. ends. 
Vacant. 

Tolmie, Wm. F., lab. 
Leech, Alfred, lab. 
Victoria Nursery, Wilkinson & 

Brown. 
Morrision, Wm. A., watchman. 

Carey Rd. begins. 
Abbott, Mrs. M. A. 

Railroad intersects. 

ST ANDREW'S 

From 642 Niagara north to Simcoe. 

114 Tobin, Arthur, baker. 
117 Findlay, D. B., com. trav. 
121 Blaikie, P. R., comm. agent. 
124 Bissell, G. H. 
130 Murphy, Walter. 

ST. CHARLES 

From 1664 Fairfield Road (Ross Bay 
Cemetery) north to 1500 Fort. 

158 Schwabe, H., florist. 
212 Flitton, G. A. D. 

Richardson ends. 

428 Pigott, Arthur H. 

504 Grahame, J. O. 

510 Robertson, H. B., barrister. 



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STREETS 



San Juan Ave, 321 



532 Kirk, Geo. A., "Riffhams." 
615 Pemberton, Mrs. J. D. 

Rockland Ave. intersects. 

811 Wilson, J. E. 

837 Smith, E. S. 

851 Todd, Mrs. Rosana, wid. 

900 Angus, Forrest, "The Oaks." 

914 Flanagan, John, com. trav. 

915 Robertson, Geo. H. 

Laurel Lane here. 

933 Burton, Walter F. 

942 Occ. 

950 Martin, Henry. 
1006 Wright, Andrew. 
1020 Moody, S. R., traveler-salesman. 
1023 Wilson, Penelope, wid. 
1030 Wood, J. A., "Miramonte." 
1036 Davie, Edith C Miss. 
1042 Grant, J. A., bkkpr. 
1512 Todd, C. G., "Hlahie." 

ST. DAVID 

From Saratoga Ave. north to Oak 
Bay Ave. 

Stewart, Charles R., "Dunmore." 



ST. DENIS 

From Oak Bay 
James. 



Park north to St. 



ST. JAMES (1) 

From Oswego to Rendall, 1st street 

south of Simcoe. 
302 Johns, William, lab. 
305 Stout, George, soapmaker. 

311 Bergstrom, William, ruler. 

312 England, David D. 

315 Abbott, R. D., steward. 

318 Harris, Andrew, lineman. 

319 Birney, James, expressman. 

322 Steenson, William J., emp M. R. 
Smith & Co. 

326 Brock, Charles E., waiter. 

327 Olson, James, mariner. 

331 O'Connor, Honors. 

332 White, William C, expressman. 

338 Cole, John H., lab. 

339 Pearson, Thomas, emp C.P.R. 

344 Cooksley, John J. 

345 Jenkins, James, shoemaker. 

350 Wallace, William O., grocer. 

351 Aaronsen, — . 

ST. JAMES (2) 

Oak Bay, from Saratoga Ave. north- 
east to Newport Ave. 

Goward, H. A. 

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ST. JOHN 

From Kingston to Belleville. 

615 Vacant. 

637 Simpson, George P. D., custom 

house officer. 
645 Pendray, John, Carl. 
648 Redfern, Charles E., jeweler. 

ST. LAWRENCE 

From 100 Dallas Road to Kingston. 

107 Vacant. 
117 Vacant. 

119 Ross, Alexander, miller. 

Ladysmith begins. 

120 Barber, Catherine, wid. 
124 McNeill, William. 

126 Phillips, Thomas, steward. 

138 Donaldson, James, Sr. 

139 Vacant. 

146 Petersen, Guss, longshoreman. 

147 Vacant. 

148 Burch, Ernest, steward. 

149 Bel], Andrew M. 

154 Roweharvey, Walter. 
160 Blair, Thomas. 

Simcoe intersects. 

Michigan begins. 
411 Ellis, William, lab. 
419 Huether, Louis, engineer. 
426 Chapman, Mrs. K. 

ST. LOUIS 

Now part of Mason. 

SAN JUAN AVE. 

From 312 Dallas Road to Niagara. 

27 Wilders, Hubert W., real estate. 
33 Craig, Mary, wid. Wallace. 

39 Prescott, Charles, carp. 

40 Morrison, Donald S., salmon can- 

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44 Woods, George, barber. 

53 Smillie, William. 

54 Vacant. 

57 Clark, Isabella, wid. 

60 Bownass, William, merchant. 

63 Davies, Thomas, fireman. 

64 Hart, Henry, clerk. 

67 Earnshaw, John. 

68 Leckey, George, stoker. 

69 Peden, Robert, bicycle mcht. 

74 Whitehouse, Joseph W., marine 
fireman. 

77 Hunter, Adam, retired. 

78 Mellis, James M., comm. mercht. 

80 Ewing, John, carp. 

81 Stewart, Vernon W., fireman. 

82 Calder, George, contractor. 

SARATOGA AVE. 

From Monterey Ave. to Mt. Baker 
Ave. 

Kiel, Charles, carp. 

SAYWARD AVE. 

From 1314 Pembroke to Denman. 

2107 Murray, Robert, lab. 

2109 Badcock, Arthur, painter. 

2115 Olsen, Peter, carp. 

2116 Jackman, S., harness maker. 

2117 Curry, John, timber cruiser. 

2120 Vacant. 

2121 Walker, Mrs. A. 
2203 Bryan, Henry J. 

2206 Tose, Tom, contr. 

2207 Wilder, John, carp. 
2210 Wentworth, James E. 
2214 McGregor, William . 
2218 Murdoch, John. 

SCHOOL STREET 

(See Ormond Street.) 

SCORESBY 

Now part of McClure. 

SEA TERRACE 

(Vic. West) from rear 724 Esqui- 
halt Road to Dunsmuir Road. 

421 Dunsmuir, Robert W. 

422 Fort, Edward M., clerk. 
730 Hawthornthwaite, Anna. 

Barnard, Frank S. 



SECOND 

Westwards from Mt. Tolmie Road 
2nd street north of Edmonton Road. 

1774 Clark, William J. 

SELKIRK ROAD 

' From West End of Garbally Road to 
Selkirk Water. 

334 Palmer, Samuel E., conductor. 
342 Leigh, John L. 

SHAKESPEARE 

From 1604 Pandora Avenue to Ed- 
monton Road. 

192i3 Foxgord, Neils R., plumber. 

Pembroke Intersects 
2202 Morry, Peter, P. 
2207 Corbett, John B., janitor. 
2213 Crawford, Joseph, lab. 

Denman Intersects 
2301 Murray, John. 
2311 Brake, Arthur, carpt. 
2401 Chapman, George, bricklayer. 

SIMCOE 

From Dallas Road (Outer Wharf) to 
Beacon Hill. 

15 Chung Sing, laundry. 

24 McCloud, Angus. 

27 Kelleher, Patrick. 

33 Flint, Arthur, St. George, real es- 
tate. 

36 Thompson, Marten. 

41 Bebbington, Thomas, master mar- 
iner. 

44 Robertson, John, Sr., fisherman. 

49 Lambeth, William, expressman. 

50 Delmon, Pelage. 
58 Bell, Joseph. 

St. Lawrence intersects. 
101 Goldsworthy, Frederick G., grocer. 
105 Wood, David, carp. 
109 Walter, John A., gardener. 
Ill Simpson, Amelia, Mrs. 
113 Rogers, Edward, engineer. 
119 Hedges, Francis F., accountant. 
123 Reid, Samuel N., emigration agent. 
129 Brownlie, Andrew L., eng. 
139 Lindsay, John M., clerk. 
Montreal Intersects 
202 Clark, D. J. 

212 Wilson, William C, longshoreman. 
220 Winkel, William C, frmn. 
224 Wight, Robert, carp. 
246 McMillan, John, bartender. 

Oswego Intersects 

309 Wark, John M. 



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So. Turner 323 



311 Doyle, -Moses, varnish maker. 

312 McRoberts, J. E., clerk P. O. 

316 Reason, Thomas E., teamster. 

317 Davis, William, carp. 

325 Bailey, George S., painter. 

326 Morrall, Frank, cabinet maker. 
-332 Cruickshank, George, sec. Educa- 
tion Dept. 

338 Thomas, Frederick W., artist. 

339 Kendall, Robert S. 
350 Flett, James, clerk. 
356 Renwick, Robert A. 

Rendall Ends 
403 Thomson, William, eng. 
406 Macabe, Thos. B., superintendent 
Colonist. 

409 Taylor, Charles A. 

410 Dixon, George E., accountant. 
417 Lawson, J. H. 

420 Vacant. 

42-2 Elworthy, P. 

434 Foster, Frederick W., J. P. 

441 Gnaham, Isabella. 

Menzies Intersects 

'502 Greenwood, Edward. 

521 Fredette, Edward, bartender. 

Madana Ends 

522 Child, Sydney, barrister. 

525 Topping, Eugene S., mine owner. 

528 Bullock, Frederick. 

534 Gray, James, Deputy Sheriff. 

538 Lan^ley, Arthur R., acct. 

544 Sutton, Miss P. K. 

550 Vacant. 

553 Gould, Isaac A. 

556 Lawrie, Stanley, cont. and bldr. 

'560 Mallandaine, Louisa, widow. 

570 Laundy, Thomas H., clerk. 

574 Leeming, David, customs ibroker. 

Government Intersects^* 
St. Andrew's Ends 

633 Templeman, Hon. William. 

SIXTH STREET 

From Hillside Avenue, north, near 
Quadra. 

2708 Hawksby, William, expressman. 

2720 Grice, Thomas, lab. 

2728 Goodfield, Benj., car repairer. 

SKINNER 

(Victoria West) From 1000 Alston to 
Russell. 
203 Mosedale, Cecil J. 

203 (rear) Bowden, John L., master 

mariner. 

204 Chambers, Walter S., retired. 
213 Eraser, Neil, retired. 



Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Mills: 355 Garbally Road Phone 864 
City Office cor. Fort and Broad Streets 

Best quality Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Moldings 
and Lath, furnished customers. 



225 Hardy, William J., carp. 
Catherine Intersects 
302 Patton, Martha, wid., William. 
309 Williams, Mrs., widow, Thomas. 
316 Mason, Walter. 

Mary intersects. 
424 Harper, John, retired. 

SMITH 

(Esquimalt) From Robert to Lyall. 

Hind, Lewis. 
SOUTHGATE 

From Vancouver South of Humboldt 
Eastward to Cook. 

Deakin, Thos. 

Marrion, Arthur, plumber. 

New House. 

Vacant. 

Strachen, William R. 

McGregor, William D., real estate. 

SOUTH TURNER 

From 540 Dallas Road to Simcoe. 

15 Stedham, Thomas, foreman. 

16 Bushell, Kenneth C, clerk. 

19 Pearson, Edward, J. P., hardware. 

20 Thomas, Bennie J., clerk. 
24 Allan, William G., eng. 
27 Stevens, John, retired. 

30 Norman, William, florist. 

31 Loveridge, Merwin, mining eng. 
35 Meldram, Catharine J., widow, 

James. 
43 Dallain, Alfonsus J., acct. 

45 Macintosh, Rebecca, wid. 

Rithet Ends 

46 Ward, William, warehouseman. 

50 Mesher, George C, cont. 

51 Pearson, Mary A., wid. James. 

56 Hunter, James, master mariner. 

57 Mosher, James L., stevedore. 
87 Hall, Frederick J., salesman. 

Niagara Intersects 
102 Malony, Henry H. 
106 Dobie, Matthew H., traveller. 
112 Salmon, Henry L., tobacconist. 

116 Danby, William H., bookkeeper. 

117 Cuth'bert, Herbert, real estate. 



LAWRENCE GOODACRE& SONS 

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS. 1327 Government, Cor. Johnson, Victoria 



QUEEN'S MAF{KET 

Established 1858 



THE PUfflLEY AUTOMOBILE CO., Ltd, 



Automobile Garage, 606 Government, Victoria 



Phone 695 



324 South Turner 



VICTORIA 



Stanley Ave. 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

STOCKS, BONDS, HIGH 
GRADE INVESTMENTS 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitan Block 

VICTORIA, B. C. 

121 Hill, Edward P. 

122 Lorimer, William A., bkkpr. 
126 Davey, P. W., customs' office. 

131 Newbury, Cowper W., P.O. clerk. 

132 McMorran, Alexander W., clerk. 
138 Alexander, Lorenza, 

148 McVittie, Archibald W., surveyor. 
154 Briggs, Mrs. Minnie. 

SPEED AVENUE 

From 3120 Douglas Westwards. 

i634 Christopher, Wm. B. 
634 Newnbam, John J., eng. 
638 Thomas, Charles, gardener. 
640 Johnson, Samuel A., lab. 
644 More, Kennedy J., supt. 

SPRING ROAD 

From 1251 Pembroke to Walnut. 

2110 Hassard, Wm., retired. 

2121 Sivertz, Thorolfur, lab. 

2122 Lendon, Johanas, lab. 
2124 George, Christens B., lab. 

2126 Leiavitt, Harry, lab. 

2127 Vacant Store. 
2133 Carron, John, lab. 
2137 Goodwin, Baldwin, lab. 
2145 Wall, Edmond J., grocer. 

Denman Begins 
2201 Vacant. 
2213 Caroro, Peter, lab. 

SPRINGFIELD 

From 509 Esquimalt Road to Wilson 

416 Whetstone, Abraham, miner. 
420 Callister, H. D., cabinet maker. 
423 Jacobson, Gus, carp. 

429 Donnelly, George. 

430 Jenkinson, Robert, eng. 

435 Lismore, Joseph, fireman E. & N. 

Riy. 

436 Wilson, Henry, eng. and machst. 
505 Fairall, James, contractor. 

507 Fairall, William, brewer. 

508 Murphy Edward D., brakeman. 

515 Gregg, James, retired. 

516 MacDonald, A. C", shipbuilder. 
521 Vacant. 

523 Vacant. 

529 Bostock, Albert H., conductor. 

530 Bowers, Arthur E., tobacconist. 



STADACONA AVE. 

From 1479 Fort northwards. 

1402 Bale, David H., contractor. 

1408 Vacant. 

1421 Dupont, Miss C. E., "Genista." 

1426 Grant, Robert. 

1427 Dupont, Major, C. T., "Stad- 

acona." 

STANLEY AVE. 

From 1422 Fort to Pembroke. 

1308 Graham, J. A., physician. 

1309 Rissmuller, L. 

1311 Kindergarden School, Misses 

Penwell and Irwin. 

1312 Spain, Mrs. M. 

1315 Raymur, James L., water com- 

missioner. 

1316 Roberts, Amelia, wid. 
1319 Robson, Susan, wid. 
1322 Yates, Mrs. H. 

1325 Brewster, Harlan C, M.P.P. 

1326 Nelson, Orlando H., editor. 

1329 James, Mrs. H. 

1330 Macmillan, Alexander. 

1335 Martin, Alexis, F. R. 

1336 McCreary, Annie, wid. 

1339 Colbert, John, plumber. 

1340 Winsby, William P. 

1345 Andrews, Frank, teacher. 

1346 Jacob, Ernest Abbott, clerk. 

1402 Mclntyre, Hugh R., account. 

1403 Warwick, — . 

1409 Martin, J. Burley, carp. 

1414 Kinnaird, Walter D., tailor. 

1415 Snelling, Archibald G., mngr. 

1418 Richardson, Mrs. C. W. 

1419 Robertson, Alistair, C.E. 

1422 Johnson, E. E. Cody, clerk. 
1425 Scott, William T., pressman. 

1428 Johnston, Philip D., clerk. 

1429 McCrimmon, Ellen, wid. 
1432 Wille, Harry. 

1435 Elmhirst, Alfred V. 

Pandora Ave, intersects. 

1701 Wilson, William C, tinsmith. 

1702 Hall, George clerk. 

1719 Combe, B. C, master mariner. 
1726 Colcleugh, Mrs. James. 

Grant intersects. 

1834 Whittington, William, contr. 

Vining intersects. 
1915 Graves, H. W., cashier. 
1921 Waddell, Mrs. J. D. 

Gladstone intersects. 

2025 Knox Presbyterian Church. 
Rev. Jos. McCoy, pastor. 

2026 Noel, J. F., captain. 
2035 Clement, Alfred, carp. 



LewJsville Hotel 

CHEMAINUS, B. C. 



Special Attention Given to Tourists 
and Commercial Men. 

Newly Built aiul Refurnished Throughout. 

S. J. HAGAN, Proprietor 



HARDWARE 
PAINTS. OILS 
AND 



VARNISHES 

STOVES 

and HEATERS 



THE SHORE HARDWARE GO. LTD. 

1400-1402 GOVERNMENT ST. 
PHONE 644. VICTORIA P. O. BOX 46 



RAZORS 
SCISSORS 
TABLE AND 
POCKET CUT- 
LERY, GUNS and 
AMMUNITION 



Stanley 



STREETS 



Superior 325 



STANLEY 

(Victoria West) from Sea Terrace to 
Lampson. 

Bell, A. Wallace, carp. 
Vacant. 
Occ. 

ONeill, Cornelius, prospector. 
Slatford, Hubert upholsterer. 
Head intersects. 

STELLY 

From 2019 Chambers eastwards. 

Gillingham, Wm. T. 

STORE 

From 530 Johnson to Rock Bay. 

1400 Queen's Hotel. 

1409 Scott & Peden, flour and feed. 

1409 Loy On & Co., boots and shoes. 

1412 Toronto Restaurant. 

1413 Westendale, A., confectioner. 

1414 Zanini, G., barber. 

1415 On Hing Bros., dry goods. 

1417 Wing Wellie & Co., merchandise, 
1421 Charlie Bo, tailor. 
1425 Light House saloon. 
1430 E. & N Rly. depot. 

Cormorant begins. 
1601 Cliff & Stevens barbers. 
1605 Terry, Mrs. A., confectioner. 

1609 Kwong Chong, tailor. 

1610 E. & N. Land Dept. 

1611 Chew Yuen, shoemaker. 

1614 Wilson, B. Co., Ltd. ice works. 

1615 Charlie Hoy & Co. 

1617 Osawa, R. 

1618 Wilson B. Company, Ltd. 

1619 Kwong Wo & Co., curios. 

1620 Victoria Junk Agency. 

1621 Wing Chung Lung, tailors. 

1623 Wah Lun, merchandise. 

1624 Wing Yick, laundry. 

1625 On Chong & Co. 

1629 Nagano, J. M., Japan goods. 
1634 Cabins. 

Fisguard begins. 
1707 Chinese store. 

1709 Chinese store. 

1710 Robertson's Iron Works. 
1717 Royal Arms Hotel. 

Nott, R. J., plumber. 

Herald intersects. 

1819 Sue Chung, laundry. 

1820 Cabins. 

1822 Byers, David, longshoreman. 

Chatham begins. 
1901 Vacant. 
1930 Western Hotel. 

Discovery intersects. 
2000 Pioneer saloon. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

WHOLESALE WRAPPING PAPER 

PAPER BAGS, ETC. 

LET ME QUOTE YOU PRICES 

620 Cormorant Street - Victoria, B. C. 



2007 B. C. E. R. sheds. 

2008 Cabins. 
2014 Cabins. 

2110 B. C. E. R. ofHce. 
2120 Sayward's Mill office. 
2128 Sayward'sMill yard. 

SUMAS 

From 602 Garbally Road to Man- 
chester. 

2923 Rogerson, Ernest B. L., clerk. 
2929 North, Walter B., imusician. 

SUMMIT AVE. 

From 2827 Prior westwards. 
1112 Gardom, John W., retired. 
1130 Clarke, Charles E., captain. 

SUNNYSIDE AVE. 

From Craigflower Rd. to Selkirk 
Water, near to City Boundary. 

1225 Fotheringham, John, Rev., re- 
tired. 
1235 Stephens, Richard, ship builder. 
1230 Innes, C. B., accountant. 
1237 Andrews, E. S., Capt., R. N. 

SUPERIOR 

From St. Lawrence to Beacon Hill 
Park. 

117 Morrison, Mary, wid. 
120 Cusac, Mrs. M. J., bookkeeper. 
124 Waxstock, Isaac, cigar mnfr. 
128 Heaney, Alex. 

Montreal intersects. 
224 Young, Harry B., merchant. 
232 Sargison, James J., accountant. 
240 Richdale, William H., mail clerk. 
244 Dixon, Charles W. 
248 Cullum, Steve H. 
252 Lippett, Joseph, lab. 

271 Ellis, "W. Harrington, agent. 

272 Beauchamp, Wm. W. 

274 Macmunn, Margaret, wid. 

276 Hunter, Robert, master mariner. 

277 Horocop, D. 

278 Vacant. 

280 Grimason, George, merchant. 
282 Cummins, Henry. 

Oswego intersects. 
419 Donaldson, James P., carp. 



NORTH-WEST REAL ESTATE CO. 



TIMBER LIMITS AND REAL ESTATE ™« "lEn JI Ji""'"* 

PHONE 640 



FLOUR 

AND 

FEED 



BANNERMAN & NORNE 

635-7JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA. PHONE487 



Poultry 
Supplies 



326 Superior 



VICTORIA 



Terrace Ave. 



orP. 



AWARDED 
■WORLDS FAIR 



SDDA 
V^ATER 



427 Rutherford, Mrs. 

428 Dow, Hector, machinist. 

433 Alexander, John H., draughtsman 

436 McNeil, Susan, wid. 

439 Seabrook, R. 

448 Simons, George S. 

453 Barron, Henry M. 

454 Tuson, Edward A., painter and 

decorator. 

460 Heaney, Joseph, drayman. 

461 Graham, Elenor J., wid. 
463 Palmer, Thomas, carp. 
467 Dowdall, Richard P. 

473 Burnett, Christopher, Rev. 

474 Climo, Frederick, conductor. 
478 Hall, Frances, Mrs. 

483 Spalding, Charles. 

484 Flett, Mrs. Mary. 

487 Anderson, James Robert, retd. 

491 Moffat, Robert, engineer. 

493 Smith, Joseph Gordon, reporter. 

Menzies intersects. 

503 McDowell, Annie, wid. Wm. 

509 Rosshirt, Michel G., waiter. 

510 McCrea, Annie R., wid. 

514 Anderson, James C, mining eng. 

515 Gladstone, Rev. Thomas W., 

rector Church of Our Lord. 
518 Killeen, Hugh C, civil eng. 

521 Cameron, Charles N. 

522 Cutler, Capt. M. F. 
526 Fraser, Mrs. Jessie. 

530 Baxter, Samuel, boiler inspector. 
534 McCandlish, Emma. 
539 Smith, John. 

544 Dorman, Jane H., wid. 

545 Anderson, John A., auditor- 

general. Government Buildings. 
548 Vacant. 

552 Drury, Richard L., insurance 
556 Richardson, George. 
560 Gibson, Harry, supt. 

563 Morrison, John, carp. 

564 Stevenson, Alexander J., mech- 

anic. 

Government intersects. 

603 Harris, Dennis R., civil eng. 
611 Hodgins, Arthur E., civil eng. 
626 Denison, F. Napier, meterologist. 



630 Mallett, James. 

635 Tennant, Robert, retired. 

641 Mitchell, Amos E., salesman. 

649 Porter, Robert J., butcher. 

652 Sheppard, John. 

657 Walls, John Patmore, barrister. 

SYLVIA 



From Boyd 
Road. 



westward, next Dallas 



350 Davis, Andrew, carp. 
356 Travis, William H., master mar- 
iner. 
362 Macfarlane, Elizabeth, wid. 
374 Thomson, John A., inspector. 

TAUNTON 

(Spring Ridge) from Clarke east. 

1401 Moore, Charles F., notary public. 
1404 Wilson, Hary M., locksmith. 

1408 Emorsen, Robert C, fireman. 

1409 Vacant. 

1412 Rutherford, Frederick. 

1413 Hill, Herbert. 

1416 Bourget, Edward, shingler. 
1421 Estes, William, expressman. 
1428 Hedley, Jennie, wid. 
1437 Newton, Albert A., printer. 

TENNYSON AVE. 

From Dupplin northwards to Bole- 
skine Rd. 

Hughes, James H., carp. 
Coles, — , lab. 
Smethurst, Joshua. 
Watson, R. R., teacher. 
Goodwin, Chas. A., harness mkr. 

Kelvin Rd. ends. 
Conn, John. 
Hirst, John B. 
Cooper, John H., carp. 
Foote, John C, pilot. 
Bennett, Chas. F. 
Owens, James K., plasterer. 
Vacant. 

Brydon, Robert, carp. 
Graham, Wm., staty. eng. 



Bay Ave. south- 



TERRACE AVE. 

From 1637. Oak 
wards. 

1004 Vowell, A. W. 
1009 Munn, H. A., real estate. 
1012 Worsfold, J. K., provincial as- 
sessor. 
1019 Vacant. 
1024 Rhodes, C. W. acct. 

1030 McDonald, L T., grocer. 

1031 Stirling, Francis H., M.B. 



TZOUH ALEM HOTEL '»"ncan. e. & n. railway, 

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Stage leaves the Tzouhalem Hotel for Mount 
Sicker Mines Daily. For Cowichan Lake Daily. 



PRICE BROS., Proprietors 



NA r^ FIREPROOF SLATING 
. r\m VJI- FOR SHINGLE ROOFS 

Manufactured by NEWTON & GREER COMPANY, Ltd., VICTORIA, B. C. 



Third 



STREETS 



Trounce Ave. 327 



THIRD 

From Mt. Tolmie Road westwards, 
3rd street from Edmonton Rd. 

1704 Humphries, Samuel, gardener. 

TILLICUM ROAD 

From Craigflower Road northwards 
to Burnside Road. 

Gorge Hotel, Mrs. E. Marshall, 

prop. 
Victoria Gardens. 

TOLMIE AVE. 

From Douglas eastwards north 
boundary of the city. 

Palmer, Charles, painter. 

McDonald, John, lab. 

Occ. 

Duncan, Alex., fireman. 

V. & S. RIy. intersects. 
Lister, John, contractor. 

Maple begins. 
Coverdale, Richard, farmer. 

Alder begins. 
Jennings, Samuel, brickmaker. 
Pearce, Jeremiah, lab. 

Pine begins. 
Glasgow Ave. begins. 

Vacant. 

Brown, Mrs. Margaret. 
Quadra intersects. 
Chislett, Charles, carp. 
Cooley, Arthur A. 

Cook intersects. 

TOPAZ AVE. 

From 2909 Douglas east to Prior. 

740 Humber, Luke M. 

760 Baird, John J. 

772 Johnstone, John, painter. 

V. & S. crossing. 
776 Clanton, Robert, baker. 
792 Henderson, David, retired. 
Rose ends. 
Provincial Jail. 
850 Ableson, John R., carp. 
856 Bruce, Mrs. R., wid. 
870 Lamphere, Elbert T., dairyman. 
Quadra intersects. 
Anderson, Andrew R. 
1052 Cronk, Clayton, carp. 

TORONTO 

From 200 Menzies to Beacon Hill 
Park. 

522 Richardson, Arthur, store kpr. 
526 Scott, John A., waiter. 



OF CANADA. 



RICHARD L. DRURY, IVlgr. for V. I 
918 Government St., Victoria. 



535 Lindsay, Alexander, acct. 
544 Scott, William M. 

Parry intersects. 
547 Baker, Sidney, builder. 

555 McConnell, Thomas, lab. 

556 Bland, James W., usher. 
561 Hamilton, James, lab. 

568 Cross, Benjamin H., conductor. 
Powell begins. 

576 Lorimer, Miss Agnes A. 

577 Shortt, William J., engraver. 

582 Knights, Oliver J. 

583 Hocking, William, miner. 

586 McLennan, William L., upholst. 

588 Ross, John C. 

596 Edmonds, William, pressman. 

Government Intersects 
601 Garnham, Wm. 
603 McDonell, R. J. 

608 Shepherd, Berekeley F., elk. P.O. 

609 Garnham, Fred. 

613 Gold, Charles, painter. 

619 Minckler, Chas., carpenter. 

'627 Muir, Douglas D., accountant. 

628 Vacant. 

630 Grime, W., Wallace, real estate. 

633 Mackie, J. R., engraver. 

655 Chungranes, Demetrius K., confec. 

TRANSIT ROAD 

From Shoal Bay to Saratoga Avenue, 
Near Oak Bay Park. 

Colbert, John, bookkeeper. 
Stockham, Thomas, retired. 

TROUNCE AVENUE 

From 1211 Government to Broad. 

603 Grotto Saloon. 

604 C. P. R. Telegraph. 
606 San Francisco Baths. 

609 King Edward Sample Rooms. 

613 Lee & Fraser, real estate. 

614 Bond & Clark, real estate. 

615 Ratze, F. W., barber. 

616 Zarelli, D., shoe black. 

617 Flint & Co., real estate. 



QUAMIGHAN HOTEL l":?^::^::*') Duncan, B. C, 

strictly First Glass Excellent Fishing and Hunting on Somenos Lake. F. CONRUYT, Proprietor 



FIT- REFORM lfj!;^^^°.^ 

Ready to Wear or to Order. 1201 COVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA Phone 898 



328 Trounce Ave. 



VICTORIA 



Victoria Cres. 



CorriG College 

BEACON HILL PARK. VICTORIA. 

The Home School For Boys. 
Priricipal - J. W. CHURCH, IVI.A. 



'618 McPherson & Fullerton Bros., real 
estate. 
Victoria Fuel Co. 
Revercombe, C. H., real estate. 

619 McNeill, Angus B., real estate. 
International Correspondence Sch. 
Victoria & Esquimalt Pilotage 

Authority. 

620 Y. M. C. A. 

'621 Ratze, P. W., barber. 

622 Harman & Punnett, real estate. 

'625 People's Lunch Room. 

TRUTCH 
From 1100 Block Fairfield Road 
North to Richardson. 

Vacant. 

Gillespie, Alexander, surveyor. 

TURNER 

(North) From 402 Bay Northwards 
to Victoria Arm. 

2513 Hutchison, Robert. 
2515 Wright, Charles H. 
2518 Rock Bay School. 
2723 Baillie, James, foreman. 

VANCOUVER 

From Beacon Hill Park (East Side) 
to Pandora Ave. 

211 New house. 

213 Ferguson, R. N., real estate. 

311 Vacant. 

313 Vacant. 

318 Sharp, Kendrick, builder. 

406 Vacant. 

410 Jones, Fdk. Wm., carpenter. 

Southgate Begins 
523 Brooker, Thomas. 
529 Vacant. 
534 Genge, L. A. 
549 Geldard, John, lab. 
553 Pauline, George, organist. 

Fairfield Road Intersects 
611 Giles, George P. 
626 Beaven, Robt. Hon., retired. 
Collinson Intersects 

701 Berryman, Mrs. S. A., grocer. 

702 Cullum, Mrs. E. P. 



704 Mallett, Arthur, carp. 

706 Smith, James, horse dealer. 

708 Rippingale, Chas., gardener. 

712 Whiteley, J. J., master mariner. 

713 Vey, William C. 

716 Shaw, John, plumbers. 

724 Burt, Mrs., wid. 

Richardson Begins 

725 King, Mrs. Alfred N. C. 
731 Jones, Miss E. H., nurse. 

737 Greenshaw, Ernest E., merchant. 
743 Mimmack, Frank L,., linotype opr. 

McClure Intersects 
855 McQuade, Louis, ship chandler. 

Burdette Ave. Intersects 
906 Powell, J. W., Dr. 
919 McQuade, Mrs. Edward. 

Rockland Ave. Begins 
1003 Hayward, Charles. 
1013 Tilly, Hubert D., acct. 
1024 Byrn, Mrs. R. S. 

Fort Intersects 
1120 Levy, Joseph L. 
1128 Walton, Leonard, engineer. 

View Intersects 
1202 Williams, Mrs. M. A. 
1204 Thompson, Matthew H., plumber. 
1206 Young, Walter, carpenter. 
1208 McDonald, Murdock, A., carriage 
builder. 

1210 Hughes, Jacob M., traveller. 

1211 Sing Tom, laundry. 

Yates Intersects 
1313 Sutton, Alfred A. 
1319 Tidbury, Caroline. 

Johnson Intersects 
1413 Newcombe, Jane, wid. 
1417 Russell, John. 
1421 Murray, Frank R., Sergt. 
1425 Dowler, Miss C. A. 

VERRINDER AVENUE 

From 1600 Fort Southwards. 

1031 Vacant. 

1032 Blankenbach, Fred. 
1039 Vacant. 

1041 Vacant. 

VICTORIA AVENUE 

Off Arcadia Facing Gorge. 

Grubb, Ro^bert, real estate. 
Rigby, Ernest W., engineer. 

VICTORIA CRESCENT 

From 823 Penwili to 901 Burdette 
Ave. 

717 Baker, Robert Carr, inspector. 



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Victoria Cres. 



STREETS 



View 329 



733 North, Edward, stage manager. 

737 Carter H., shoe black. 

739 Gray, Albert J. 

743 Smith, Samuel L., cigar maker. 

Blanchard Ave. Intersects 

806 Tuck, Mrs. S. P., boarding house. 

818 Brown, John, boarding house. 

824 Miller, David, mcht. 

830 Blackwood, A. T. R. 

IVIcClure Commences 

VIEW 

From 1201 Broad East to School Re- 
serve. 

634 McGregor Block. 

I, Flumerfelt, A. C. 

5, Canada Western Chartered Cor. 

8, McVittie, A. W., surveyor. 

9, Keith, Hilton, real estate. 

10, Williams, E. Graham, Acct. 

II, Turner, John A., broker. 
Johns, B. H., broker. 

12, B. C. Mining Exchange. 
Grant & Lineham, real estate. 

636 Vacant. 

637 Driard Hotel. 

638 Vacant. 

641 McLaughlin & Ebertz, barbers. 
645 City Messenger Co. 
647 Victoria Theatre. 

650 Conyers, L. U. & Co., real estate. 

651 Imperial Hotel. 

Douglas Intersects 

714 Hong Long, laundry. 

715 Mellor, George, painter. 
721 Nelson, Charles, tmstr. 
723 Bartlett, John, plasterer. 

726 Institute Hall. 

727 Bush, Mrs. Sarah (wid). 
731 Daniells, Edwin C, lab. 
733 Bogart, E., Henry, carp. 
735 McNeill, J. A., cigarmaker. 
737 McGillivray, Mrs. Mary. 

739 Richter, Laurence. 
Morgan, Lee L., waiter. 
Dodson, James P., barber. 

740 Bishop's Palace (R.C.) 

741 Macdonald, Alex., R. 
751 Trinder, Wm. 

755 Capital Decorating Co. 

757 Ewing, Thomas, cabinetmaker. 

759 Wilkes, Stephen, lab. 

761 Gotsch. Otto, tinsmith. 

Blanchard Intersects 

808 Davies, Evan, shoemaker. 

809 Bruggy, George. 

810 Hodnett, Alfred. 

811 Hay, James G., horse shoer. 

812 Morrison, Annie, wid., dressmaker. 



HOTEL WILSON 

FIREPROOF, MODERN and 
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 
One Block from Steamboat Landing 

JAS. R. MCKINNELL, PROP. 

N A N A I M Q, B.C. 

813 Lince, Edmund, carpenter. 

814 Phelps, Mrs. A. 

817 Moody, George W., plumber. 

818 Dodgson, Herbert. 

819 Newland, Charles, painter. 

823 McCracken, Mary, wid. 

824 Phillips, Mary A., wid. 

825 Harmony Hall Mission. 

826 Phillips Bros. 
831 Wilson, John P. 
834 Cullen, Mrs. S. 

841 Standard Steam Laundry Ltd. 

842 Mattinson, John, plumber. 

843 Lashs' Renovating Works. 

844 Roe, Charles, cigarmaker. 
84'6 Wilson-Brown, Mrs. 

847 Earl, William J., Sr., cook. 
849 Walton, Leonard A. 

853 Cragg, John. 

854 Watson, George, guard. 
856 Thompson, Maurice. 

Quadra Intersects 

905 Kaufman, E. C, grocer. 
908 Knight, Alfred, painter. 

910 Apnaut, Mrs. J. 

911 Allen, George T., plasterer. 

913 Black, John W., teamster. 

914 Fair, David, carpenter. 

915 May, John W., night watchman. 
917 Storey, John, laborer. 

922 Eden, William, painter. 

923 Trail, Caroline, wid. 

924 Richardson, John M., bootmaker. 
931 Pacific Sheet Metal Works. 
934 Williams, Robert T., bookbinder. 
938 McGinnis, John. 

941 Wallace, James, paper hanger. 

942 Calwell, Hugh, expressman. 
945 Nathan, Edward P., clerk. 
948 Voelpel, August, laundry. 

Vancouver Intersects 



WOOD BROS. GARAGE 

Automobiles For Hire At All Hours 

REPAIRING AND STORING 
WHARF, COR. BROUGHTON, YiCTGRIA 

Phone 241 



B. C. LAND & INVESTMENT AGENCY 

n 1 r- . . 1 J r> lA ,. 922 GOVERNMENT 

Keal Lstate, Insurance and (ieneral Agents phone 125. victoria 



Dominion Hotel, 



D . ___ j BOARD AND ROOM 
■^^^^^ (EUROPEAN PLAN 



VICTORIA 



B. C. 



STEPHEN JONES, - PROP 
$2.00 AND UP. 
75 AND UP. 



330 View 



VICTORIA 



Washington Ave. 



THE GREAT WEST 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIN W. JONES, 

Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phone 282. ROOM 12, METROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B. C. 

1007 Ellis, Abe, printer. 

1010 Nichols, Mrs. E. E. 

1011 Waites, James, locksmith. 
1013 Turner, Mrs. 

1017 Daniells, Wm., miner. 

1019 Moore, Francis R., clerk. 

1020 Stroud, Joseph, bridge contractor. 
1023 Dangerfield, Frederick B. 

1028 Lawrence, Ellen, wid. 

1031 Fischer, Henry W. 

1034 Stelly, George F., contractor. 

1038 Dack, Edgar, compositor. 

1042 Copeland, Charles, upholsterer. 

1046 Jones, T. H., dentist. 

1048 Hunter, Joseph, engineer. 

1049 Lawler, William, salesman. 

1051 McAllister, Charles W. 

1052 Clark, Joseph, shipwright. 

Cook Intersects 

1100 Lovell, John B. 

1103 Savage, Charles J., bookkeeper. 

1106 Atkinson, Ernest, landscape gardr. 

1120 Lovatt, George. 

1126 Vacant. 

1130 Morley, H. A. S., accountant. 

1141 Dodd, Mrs. 

1142 Margetts, Roibert W., janitor. 
1145 Hinton, John A., merchant. 
1151 Mahaffey, Joseph, bartender. 
1158 McMillan, Donald, baker. 

1162 Duncan, Ernest A., accountant. 
1166 Muir, Alexander, accountant. 
1172 Anderson, Walter J., merchant. 
1178 McKillican, William D., contr. 

VINING 

From 1900 Chambers to Shakespeare, 
at Junction With Pandora Ave. 

1219 Mitchell, John, butcher. 
1261 Mitchell, Thomas, driver. 
1265 Jenkin, Richard, miner. 
1267 Dempsey, Varner W., motoneer. 
1271 Gibson, Richard C, salesman. 
1277 Hendry, Alexander, merch. 
Fernwood Road Intersects 
1315 Scott, Adam, senr. 
1321 Short, Henry N., acct. 
1337 Kersley, Charles J., boiler maker. 
1341 Woodley, Albert, carpt. 
1343 Payton, Thomas, blacksmith. 



Stanley Ave. Intersects 

1407 Bossi, Andrew. 

1413 Cameron, Malcolm, miner. 

1417 Dunford, William, contr. 

1418 Crane, James. 

1422 Harris, Lewis, lab. 

1423 Wain, William T. 

1428 Mackenzie, Alexander, Sr. 

1429 Harris, Edwin C, plasterer. 
1431 Jackson, James. 

1433 McGregor, David S., painter. 

1434 Pretty, Henry, quarryman. 

1437 Charlton, Arthur C. 

1438 Fraser, Henry W. 

1448 Gleason, William A., contr. 

1449 McKenzie, John, saddler. 
1452 Macfarlane, Mrs. D. R. 
1459 Donovan, Thomas. 

Belmont Ave. Intersects 
1562 Lehman, Samuel S., carp. 

WADDINGTON ALLEY 

From 518 Yates to Johnson. 

1304 Albion Saloon. 

1307 Leiser, Simon & Co., Ld., ware- 
house. 
1317 Morley, Chris., soda water mnfs. 
1323 Gold & Johnston, cigar mnfrs. 
California Hotel. 

WALKER 

From Wilson Near City Limits to E. 
& N. Ry. (Victoria West). 

819 Turnbull, John, foreman. 

824 Hampton, Rebecca, wid. William, 

825 Davy, John, emp. E. & N. Rly. 
830 King, Harry G., plumber. 

836 Vacant. 

WALNUT 

From 2400 Chambers to Fernwood 
Road. 

1236 Brunsdon, Thomas, blacksmith. 
1253 Dee, John, laborer. 
1256 Preece, Wm. M., retired. 
1259 Garrett, Betsy, Mrs. 

1267 Elliott, Annie, wid. 

1268 Barber, James, retired. 

1271 Reid, James, steward. 

1272 Le Sueur, Joseph, carp. 
1277 Scott, Sarah, wid. 

1289 Sanders, Ernest G., upholsterer. 

WASHINGTON AVENUE 

From 236 Gorge Road North to Burn- 
side Road. 

3048 Wood, Alfred, contractor. 
3064 Rudd, George A., carp. 
3070 Rudd, John H., painter. 
3102 Hastings, Thomas, constable. 



IDlnipersit^ School, iDictoria, mmeb doiumbia 

.IBoar&fng aiiD Das Scbool for asogs. IHevv 3Brich JBuilMng. 

15 acres of BMa^ing jfielDs. BpplB to tbc JBursar. 



iA/eil6r Bros, complete Home Furnishers 



ESTABLISHED 1862 



917-921 GOVERNMENT STREET 



Washington Ave. 



STREETS 



Wharf 331 



3108 Carter, Walter, motoneer. 
3116 Goode, Wm. J., motoneer. 
3120 Gallie, Donald, motoneer. 
3130 Bayliss, James H., motoneer. 

WELLINGTON 

From Waterfront to Esquimalt Road 
West of Admiralty Road. 

Parkinson, Chas., sign writer. 
Pillar, Alfred, painter. 
Fillar, James, cabinet maker. 
McGregor, Roderick, helper. 
Lyall Intersects 

WHARF STREET 

From Government St. (James Bay) 
to Foot of Johnson. 

804 Westendale, A. L. C, confec. 
816 Crowther, George, engraver. 
824 International Steamsliip Co. 
834 Lees & Mason, boat livery. 

Courtney Begins 
907 McGregor, C. A., contractor. 
921 Woods Bros., automobiles. 
Broughton Begins 
1019 Pither & Leiser. 

Fort Begins 
1101 Hamilton Powder Co. 

Angus, Richard, broker. 
1105 Union Steamship Co., Ld. 
1109 Custom warehouse. 

1117 Rithet, R. P. & Co., Ltd., whole- 

sale merchants. 

1118 Hudson Bay Co., fur department. 
Canadian Rubber Co., Ltd. 

1129 Fraser, W. S. & Co., Ltd., hard- 

ware. 

1130 Hudson Bak Company. 

Bastion begins. 
1202 Todd, J. .H & Sons, canners. 

1205 Loewenberg & Co., importers and 

jobbers. 

1206 Marvin, E. B. & Co., ship chand- 

lers. 

1207 King, C. R. & Son, commission 

agents. 

1209 Turner, Beeton & Co., factory. 

1210 Wilson Bros., wholesale grocers. 

1211 Esquimalt Water Works Co. 
1214 McQuade, P. & Son, ship chand- 
lers. 

1217 Ship Inn. 

1219 Heaney, Joseph, drayman. 
1221 Margison Bros., printers. 
1232 Turner, Beeton & Co. 
Yates begins. 

1302 Griffin, J. Y. & Co., packers. 

Byrn, R. S. (estate), comm. agts. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 



JAPANESE FANCY GOODS: 



1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street Phone 1034 



1302 (rear) Gunson & Rigby, Tnach- 

inists. 
1304 Ramsay, Bros & Co., Ltd. 

Robertson, John & Son. 
1306 Martin & Robertson, Ltd., comm. 

agts. 
1308 Findlay, Durham & Brodie, 

comm. agts. 
1311 Morrison, Jaimes, blacksmith. 

1314 Howell & Selfe, comm. mchts. 

1315 Victoria Truck & Dray Co., Ltd. 
1319 Occidental Hotel. 

1324 Newton & Greer Paint Co. ware- 
house. 
B. C. Sand & Gravedl Co., Ltd. 

WHARF STREET (Esquimalt.) 

From Esquimalt Rd. at end of tram 
line northwards. 

Esquimalt Hotel, John Day, prop. 
New Sailors' Home, T. Owen, 

caretaker. 
Buck, Prank, eng. 
Howard Hotel, Jos. Ball, prop. 
Doncaster, Sam., eng. 
Rothwell, Mrs. A. G., "Hope 

Cottage." 
Ship Inn, Mrs. P. Stetson. 
Springer, Geo., fireman. 
Webb, Percy H., shoemkr. 
Stevenson, Pete, ship bldr. 
Lynch, Jerold. 
Cloe, Robert. 
Young, Edward, lab. 
Conway, Edward, constable. 
McCarthy, Thos., lab. 
Stock, John, lab. 
Buck, Prancis W., boatman. 
Pearson, Geo. E., carp. 



Pacific Sheet Metal Works 

Office and Works : 931 VIEW STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 

===P H O N E 1 7 7 2 



Sole Agents for " New Idea " Hot Air Furnaces 



West End Grocery Company, Ltd 

SELLING AGENTS FOR "VOONIA TEA" 



PHONE.S 88 & 1761 



VICTORIA, B. O. 



THE WINDSOR, NAnaiwo, b. c. 

Joseph Fox, - Proprietor 

Headquarters for Commercial Men. Well Lighted Sample Rooms 



332 Whittaker 



VICTORIA 



Work 



TRAVELLING MAN OR TOURIST 

IF YOU WANT A 

Saddle Horse, a Single or Double Rig 
f»hone: a, s 

THE I. X. L. LIVERY STABLES 



NANAIMO, B. C. 



E. A. Hoskint, Prop. 



WHITTAKER 

Eastward from Chambers south of 
Grant. 

1202 Millington, Ernest W., driver. 

1203 Taverner, Benjamin, eng. 
1209 Townsley, Andrew. 

1213 Thompson, Isabella, widow. 
1217 Hawkes, Percival. 
1221 Whittaker, Delbert E., assessor. 
1225 Sallaway, Joseph F. 

WHITTIER AVE. 

From Dupplin northwards to Cul- 
duthel Road. 

Rogers, Arthur. 
Crowther, Geo. T., painter. 
Waring, Wm. ,eng. 
Turner, Thomas T., furrier. 
Butcher, Frank, cdrnp. 

WILLIAM 

(Vic. West) from 509 Esquimalt 
Rd. to Langford St. 

407 Plump, Angelique, Mrs. 

415 Elder, Ernest J., longshoreman. 

418 The Bakeries, Ltd. 

423 Evans, Thomas J., carp. 

424 Mackenzie, Katherine. 
430 Lawrie, Percy, plumber. 
436 Gardiner, G. 

507 Sewell, John B., shipwright. 

508 Crocker, John W., contractor. 
511 Crowther, Richard A., painter. 
520 Muir, Margaret, Mrs. 

525 Gosling, William R., farmer. 

526 Trowsdale, William H., baggage- 

man. 

Wilson intersects. 

Silver Spring Brewery Co., Ltd. 

WILLOW BEACH 

North of Bowker Ave., Oak Bay. 

WILSON STREET (1) 

(Oak Bay) now called Chamberlain 
Place. 

WILSON STREET (2) 

(Victoria West) from 700 Alston 
westwards. 

212 Abtry, Edward, printer. 



216 Waller, Frederick W., book- 

keeper. 

217 Dunn, Francis, retired. 
220 Jobson, Horace, machinist. 

228 Carey, Christopher J., clerk. 

229 Willard, Joel, painter. 

Catherine intersects. 
303 Victoria West Methodist Church, 

Pastor Rev. A. E. Roberts. 
315 Peddle, William. 
321 Goudie, William G., carp. 
Mary intersects. 

402 Maclachlan, Margaret, wid. 

403 Vacant. 

407 Provis, Charles, electrician. 

410 Cooper, C. E., Rev., rector St. 

Saviour's Church. 
413 Mansell, James, car inspector. 
416 Willard, Henry, painter. 
421 Shakespeare, Frederick N. E., 

printer. 

Russell intersects. 
509 Shore, Mary H., wid. Sidney. 
515 Vacant. 

521 Fagan, Matthew, eng. 
527 Perry, B. J., mine manager. 

William intersects. 
613 Ross, W. M., contractor. 
617 Graham, William E., tallyman. 
623 Allen, S., Mrs., widow. 
630 MacBurnie, Harry, shipwright. 
Dalton ends. 

702 Okell, M. E., Mrs., widow. 

703 Walker, J. C, clerk. 

706 Smith, Charles F., jeweler. 

710 Black, M. M., Mrs., wid. 

711 Campbell, Leonard A., teacher. 

716 Ross, Charles L., brakeman. 

717 Hopkins, Innes, clerk. 

723 Davis, Richard H., ship carp. 
731 Boddy, W., stonemason. 
736 Lamont, Robert L. 
743 Collins, Timothy, eng. 

Continues as Old Esquimalt Rd. 

WORK 

From 934 Bay to Hillside Ave. 

2408 Jordan, Wm. B., Capt. 

2411 Martin, Edward J. 

2412 Vacant. • 

2512 Williams, Alfred C. 

2515 Hewlings, Frederick H. 

2516 Blake, Annie J., wid. 
2518 Deacon, Amenda, wid. 
2520 Vacant. 

2524 Cross, Robert. 

2525 McEwan, James. 

2526 Day, George, bricklayer. 
2529 Menzies, Rabert, carp. 

2534 Burdett, Langham F., surveyor. 

2535 Hawkins, Charles D., marine eng. 



The Melrose Co., Limited 

PAINTS, GLASS, WALL PAPER, ETC. ph'on.ToV ^Z?i"mA 



FINANCIAL and 

INSURANCE 

AGENTS 



A. E. PLANTA, LTD 

NANAIMO, B.C. Estab. 1888 



REAL ESTATE 
and LOANS 
PHONE 95 



Work 



STREETS 



Yates 333 



2540 Jeeves, Frederick. 

2541 Reilly.John T., carp. 

2543 Beven, George H., sign writer. 

King's Road intersects. 
2602 Campbell, Charles, Sr., master 

mariner. 
2606 McConnell, John P., wood turner. 
2609 Hobbin, Miss. 

2611 Christopher, Edmund, tailor. 

2612 King, Saimuel E. B., mail car- 

rier. 
2615 Tibbitts, George H., tailor. 
1616 Mottram, Joseph, fireman. 

2619 Martindale, Henry H., carp. 

2620 New house. 

2623 Harris, George B. 

2624 Sellick, James, painter. 
2629 Lane, Vernon, carp. 
2633 Spragge, David K. 

2639 O'Leary, Wm., master mariner. 

2640 Watson, James D., mach. 

2644 St. Clair, Abner K. 

2645 Bowen, Annie M., wid. 
2651 Kenney, Joseph. 

Hillside Ave. intersects. 

2733 Matthews, R. J., barber. 

YATES 

From 1302 Wharf eastward to Fort 
St. (junction). 

503 Victoria Fruit Orowers' Ex- 
change. 

507-11 Paterson Bros., provision 
dealers. 

512 Henderson 
druggist. 

515 Boscowitz, 

dealers. 

516 Radiger & Janion, comm. agts. 
Smith, M. R. & Co., Ltd. 

517 Victoria Truck & Express Co., 

Ltd. 

518 Albion saloon. 

525-34 Leiser, Simon & Co., Ltd., 

whol. grocers. 
527 Lenz & Leiser, Ltd.. whol. dry 

goods. 

Commercial Alley. 
531 Morris, John W. & Co., comm. 

agents. 

534 Donkin, H. & Co., mnfr's agents. 

535 Western Lithograph Co. 
Duncan, W. W., storage. 

536 Model Steam Laundry. 

540 Gowen, Geo. N., flour and feed. 

541 Clarke & Pearson, stoves. 
544-6 Hickman Tye Hardware Co., 

Ltd. 
545 Lewis & Sonley, whol. fruits. 

Oriental Alley begins. 
550 St. Francis Hotel. 



Bros., Ltd., whol. 
J. & Sons, fur 



Bank Fittings, Office Desks, School Desks, 
Opera Chairs, Lodge Furniture. 



E.G.PARNELL 



513 Hamilton St. 



Vancouver, B.C. 



551-55 Pauline & Co., wholesale dry 
goods. 

559 Bank Exchange saloon. 

Langley intersects. 

560 Stewart, F. R. & Co., whol. pro- 

visions. 

564 W. C. T. U. Mission. 

565 Bissenger & Co., hides. 

566 B. C. Saddlery Co., Ltd. 
568 Brett, Robert E., ins. agt. 

Newton & Greer Co., Ltd., paint 
mnfrs. 
568 Province Cigar Co. 

571 Bank of B. N. A. 

572 Steitz Restaurant. 
574-6 Vacant. 

575 Tait, David S., barrister. 

577 Smith, Wm. B., undertaker. 

578 Palace saloon. 

579 Allen & Son, real estate. 
581 City Restaurant. 

City Barber Shop. 

Government intersects. 

604 Imperial Bank Chambers. 
Moresby & O'Reilly, barristers. 
Aikman, James A., barrister. 

605 Victoria Printing & Publishing 

Co. 

606 Turfman's Club. 

607 Stewart, D., wine and spirit 

merchant. 

608 Drake & Horn, hardware. 

609 Stewart, Duncan, wine and spirit 

merchant. 

610 Manitoba Bar. 

611 Stewart's Bar. 

612 Empire Realty Co. 

614 Williams, B. & Co., clothiers. 

615 Cecil Cafe. 

618 Coast Locators. 

McKinney, R. & Co., architects. 
Hepworth, J. & F., tailors. 



^VICTORIA INSTITUTE^ 



Swedish Massage & Medical Baths 

C. BERCSTROM-BJORNFELT, - Swedish Masseur 
821 FORT near BLANCHARD, ■ VICTORIA, B. G. 



PLUMBING 
HEATING 



E. F. GEIGER 



1428 DOUGLAS ST. 

Telephone 226. VICTORIA 



The KING EDWARD HOTEL is named for the King, 
But the name in itself doesn't mean everything ; 
It is service that counts and if you stop there — 
Of royal good service you'll get a large share. 



piTCC AMERICAN $2 Up 
RH I to EUROPEAN $1 Up 

VIC?-rOFRIA, B.O. 



334 Yates 



VICTORIA 



Yates 



MANUFACTURING and RETAIL JEWELERS. 

We will carefully select for you any article 
you may require and forward same prompt- 
ly. Goods may be returned to us if not 
satisfactory, and money will be refunded. 

VICTORIA, 



GHALLONER & MITCHELL, 



B. C. 



Refer to drawer " J " when ordering. 

Mellis, J. M. & Co., manfr.'s 
agents. 
620 McFadden, R., butcher. 

622 Stametaress, V., confec. 

623 Jalland Bros., grocers. 

624 Pennock, Wm. H., watchmaker. 

625 Edwards, A., stationer. 

626 Cameron, E. J., real estate. 
Winsby, H. P., financier. 
Moody, F. G., dentist. 
Sprinkling, D. F., tailor. 

627 Dean & Hiscocks, druggists. 

628 Eyres, E. J., photographer. 
628 Holmes, Arthur, gent's furngs. 

Broad intersects. 

631 B. C. Hardware Co. 

632 Ringshaw, John, delicatessen. 

632 Direct Importing Tea & Coffee 

Co. 

633 Gray, Hamilton, Donald & John- 

ston, Ltd. 

635 Watson, Robert, boots and shoes. 

636 Victoria House, dry goods. 

640 Morrison, R. & Co., bakers. 

641 King Edward Hotel. 

642 Robinson, G. W., dry goods. 
644 Vigor, Mrs. M. A., millinery. 

646 King Edward Hotel Annex. 

647 Stoddart, S. A., jeweler. 

648 Wilson Saloon. 

648 Zarelli, A. D., cigars and shoe 

shine. 

649 Wescott, Bros., dry goods. 

650 Acton Bros., grocers. 

652 Tripp, Mrs. G. M., millinery. 
652 Oldershaw, A. B., jeweler. 

654 McMicking, A. E., physician. 
Russell, Wm., dentist. 
McGregor, Mrs. M. S. 

655 Brunswick Hotel. 
Hall, Lewis, dentist. 
Rediman, G. H., tailor. 

655 Knight, A. W., stationer. 

Douglas intersects. 

700 Central Drug Store. 

701 Merchants Bank. 

702 Clarence Bar. 

703 Fields, J. C. & C. 

lands. 

704 Williams, A. & Co. 

estate. 



A., timber 
Ltd., real 



IF YOU WANT 
THAT IS ALL 



GOAL 



706 North West Real Estate Co. 
Byrne Bros., cigar mnfrs. 

708 Sing Lee, laundry. 

709 Sylvester Feed Co. 

710 Kerr, Wm. C, furniture. 
712 Darling, J. C., baker. 
714 Victoria Plumbing Co. 
714 Cute On & Co. 

716 Acme Rooms. 

718 Victoria Steam Dye Wks. 

726 McEwan, T., shoemaker. 

727 Hall, George, physician. 
Hall, Frank, physician. 

728 Hawkins & Hay ward, elec- 

tricians. 
730 Pattison & Gotsch, sheet metal 

wks. 
732 Colquhon, Mrs. J. 

Garesche, A. J., dentist. 

Bantly, Benedict, music teacher. 

Walker, Mrs. Eliz. 
734 Victoria-Rochdale Co-operative 

Assn., Ltd. 
736 Soper, Rosa J., millinery. 
740 Hanna, W. J., undertaker. 
746 Corbett, Saimuel, fireman. 
748 Procter, G. H., grocer. 
751 Couves, Mrs. L., wid. 
756 San Wo, laundry. 

758 Chinese. 

759 Dominion Hotel. 

760 Bolden, J. W., contractor. 
764 Victoria Public Library. 

Blanchard intersects. 

800 Stewart, Alexander, marble 

works. 

801 Retreat saloon. 
805 Kawai, R. 

808 A. O. U. W. Hall. 

812 Storeroom. 

816 Victoria Steam Laundry. 

819 Sommer, Joseph, picture framer. 

828 White, Stephen, livery stabels. 

831 B. C. Steam Dye Works. 

836 Dominion Hotel stables. 

839 Son Wing Lee, laundry. 

842 Clarke, R. P. garage. 

843 Kermode, William, mariner. 
846 Bleasdale, Herbert." -«, 

848 Roy, Albert F. 
852 Munro, Wm., master mariner, 
856 Neiland, Peter, bookkeeper. 
F60 Trace, John, packer. 
865 Moore & Whittington, contrs. 
and bldrs. 

Quadra intersects. 

901 Perth Dying & Cleaning Works. 
910 Simpson, John B. 
914 Huxtable, James E. 
920 Leiser, Max. 

926 Kent, Charles, city treasurer. 

927 Roy, Alphonse O., house mover. 
927 Ball, Henry, barber. 



Send 

Your Orders 

to the 



Victoria Fuel Company 

Telephone 1377. 618 Trounce Avenue 



TIMBER, FRUIT and 

FOR FARM LANDS OR 

CITY PROPERTY 



R. W. COLEMAN 

ADDRESS Phone 302. P. O. Drawer 574 

1230Government St., Victoria, B.C. 



Yates 



STREETS 



Young 335 



938 Mitchell, Margaret, wid. 
943 Clark, William, carp. 
946 Goodwin, John J., imaster mar- 
iner. 

950 De Veulle, Jane, wid. 

951 Heal, Harry W., miner. 

962 Baines, Wm. W., printer. 

963 Smith, William A., grocer. 
971 Baker & John, grocers. 

Vancouver intersects. 

1003 Stable. 

1006 Cochrane, John, druggist. 
1010 Vanness, Nicholas, gardener. 
1020 Turner, John A., real estate. 

1025 Graham, Donald D., janitor 

Government buildings. 

1026 Bowcott, John W., lab. 

1029 Earsman, Mrs. E. J., masseuse. 

1030 Scott, Amanda, wid. 

1032 Hall, Richard, gardener. 

1033 Williams, Alfred, real estate. 
1038 Madden, Denis, longshoreman. 

1038 (rear), Jones, Alfred, carp. 

1039 Henly, Edward H. 

1040 Clark. Walter, butcher. 

1042 Pears, Richard Wm., laundry- 
man. 
1045 Vacant. 

1050 Johnston^ Roibert, expressman. 

1051 Clarke, Henry H., traveler B. C. 

Hardware. 
1055 Colbert, Edmund A., plumber. 
1058 Janion, Richard C, com, agt. 

Cook intersects. 

1104 Frank, Eliza, Mrs. 
1107 Elliott, John E., carp. 

1116 Reiser, Kurt K. 

1117 Lewis, Mrs. W., rooming house. 

1118 Wilkerson, George. 

1124 Paddison, Wm., lab. 

1125 Hartman, Sigfreid S., dentist. 

1129 Laugher, Nora Gower. 

1130 Stadthagen, H. 

1131 Cartier, Margaret, wid. 

1133 Butterfleld, James. 

1134 McDonald, John, carp. 

1135 Gibbons, Charles H., journalist. 
1142 Ahearn, Wm. P. 

1144 Burnstein, Herman. 

1145 Moss, Henry, comim. merchant. 
1148 Loring, Joseph A., tinsmith. 

1152 Hartnell, Mary A., wid. 

1153 Wilby, William, stationer. 

1159 Alexander, Thomas, truckman. 

1160 Fisher, Wm. B., accountant. 

1161 McMillan, Archie F., baker. 

1162 Johnston, John, stationer. 

1163 McMillan, Bros., bakers. 
1166 Gropp, John. 

1169 Smith, Edwin C. 

1170 Dooley, Mary E., widow. 



Collegiate School for Bo^e 

Head Master: 
J. W. LAING, M. A., OXFORD. 

"th e laurels," 

1429 rockland avenue. phone 62 

1175 Monk, Theodore B., clerk. 

1176 Danes, John N., barber. 

1180 MacEachern, John H. 

1181 Carson, Thomas, engineer. 

1186 Whiteley, Wm. H., master mar- 
iner. 
1189 Brown, Mrs. Murray. 
1192 Carter, George. 
1198 Margison, — . 
1206 Carne, Frederick, grocer. 
1214 Pither, L. 
1222 Spencer, Stephen A. ^ 

Camosun begins. 

1240 Fire Hall No. 2. 

1256 Finch, Perry, gent's furngs. 

1270 Mitchell, Albert H. 

Fernwood Road begins. 

1305 McKeown, Angus. 

1306 Ker, David, merchant. 
1314 Bryce, Sophia, wid. 
1320 Hepburn, John. 

1330 Camsusa, Margaret, wid. 

YORK PLACE 

From Oak Bay Ave. north, opposite 
Newport Ave. 

Goward, A. T., B. C. E. R. 

Lampman, Peter S., judge. 

Gore. Thomas S. 

YOUNG 

From Toronto to Michigan, next 
Government. 

403 Roberts, Thomas, clerk. 
411 McQuillan, Thomas J., clerk. 
417 Robinson, Edward F., jeweler. 
423 Hardie, Lewis, Herbert. 
431 Ormond, James R. 



FOUR ACRES OF GREENHOUSES 
CUT FLOWE RS, PLANTS. WREATHS 

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VANCOUVER FLORAm.,VANCOUVER 



613 Fort Street 
1587 Fairfield Road 



Phone 918 
Phone 285 



IS/IAGiAZIN 

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TELEPHONE NO. 3 



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Layritz Nursery, 



Carey Road, Victoria, B.C. 

Headquarters for Choice Nursery Stock 
Best Assortment in tlie Country. 



VICTORIA 
ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



(INCLUDING OAK BAY AND ESQUIMALT.) 



336 Aaroe 



VICTORIA 



Adair 



HAWKINS & HAYWARD 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 



AND CONSTRUCTION 
728 Yates St. Telephone 643 



Aaroe, T., captain tugboat "Stetson." 

Aaronson, Andrew Alfred, pawnbrok- 
er, 627 Johnson, h. 1811 Quadra. 

Aaronson, Barnet, junk dealer, 1620 
Store, h. 351 St. James. 

Aaronson, Bert. Ivs. 1811 Quadra. 

Aaronson, Hannah, salswn., 1315 Gov- 
ernment, Ivs. 1811 Quadra. 

Aaronson, Jacob, 2nd hand dlr., 572 
Johnson, rms. 545 Johnson. 

Aaronson, Rose, Mrs. A. A., Indian 
curios, 1315 Government, h. 1811 
Quadra. 

Abbey, Alfred T., mngr. City Broker- 
age, h. 637 Avalon Rd. 

Abbey, Angus M., manager Imperial 
Oil Co., rms. Clarence Hotel. 

Abbey, Dorothy K., stenogr., West End 
Grocery Co., Ltd., Ivs. 637 Avalon 
Rd. 

Abbey, Eveyln M. R., bookkeeper 
Canadian North West Oil Co., 
Ltd., Ivs. 637 Avalon. 

Abbey, Helen, clerk City Brokerage 
Co., Ivs. 637 Avalon Rd. 

Abbott, Alfred J., contractor, h. 2403 
Fernwood Rd. 

Abbott. Edgar T., druggist, Ivs. 
Saanictt Rd. north of Boleskine. 



Abbott, Harold, appr. Vic. Plumbing 

Co., h. Saanich Rd., nr. Boleskine. 
Abbott, John M., jailer City Jail, 68 

Olive. 
Abbott, Mrs. Mary A., h. Saanich Rd., 

north of Boleskine. 
Abbott, R. O., steward, h. 315 St. 

James. 
Aberdeen, The, Mrs. J. Aberdeen 

Gordon, prop., 739 Yates. 
Abery, Edward lino. apr. Times, h. 

212 Wilson. 
Abery, Ethel M., elk. Henry Young & 

Co., Ivs. 212 Wilson. 
Abery, Robert, appr. Colonist, Ivs. 314 

Oswego. 
Ableson, John R., carp., h. 850 Topaz 

Ave. 
Ableson, Naomi, tailoress Peden's, Ivs. 

2548 Blanchard Ave. 
Ableson, Wm. T., carp., h. 2548 Blan- 
chard Ave. 
Ablett, Geo. H., emp. B. Wilson Co., 

Ltd., h. 1509 Douglas. 
Abraham, Wm. B., horse dealer, h. 

744 Russell. 
Academy of Music, 920 Fort. 
Ackerman, Joseph W., boat builder, 

h. 20 Lewis. 
Acme Rooms, John Edmundson, prop., 

716 Yates. 
Acton, Amie, bkpr. Acton Bros. Ivs. 

709 Discovery. 
Acton Bros. (Wm. and Lee Acton), 

grocers, 650 Yates. 
Acton, Lee (Acton Bros.), h. 451 Nia-. 

gara. 
Acton, Leonard, appr. B. C. Engraving 

Co., Ivs. 709 Discovery. 
Acton, Wm. (Acton Bros.), h. 709 

Discovery. 
Adair, John, com, trav., 624 Fort. 
Adair, Rene, Ivs. Esquimau Rd., w. of 

Nelson. 



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Adair, Thomas, com, trav., 624 Fort. 
Adam, Mrs. A., wid. Alexander, h. 

1422 Fort. 
Adam, Douglas, messeng-er C.P.R., 

telegraph, Ivs. 1307 Gladstone 
Adam, John S., asst, city engineer, 

h. 1307 Gladstone. 
Adams, Albert F., butcher, h. 1618 

Douglas. 
Adams, Edmond, cigar maker Boswith 

Co., Ivs. 1618 Douglas. 
Adams, Frederick, collector B. C. E. 

R., h. 629 Andrew. 
Adams, Frank W. (E. B. Marvin & 

Co.), h. 3056 Emma. 
Adams, Grace, Ivs. 1234 Fort. 
Adams, Harold, B. C. Soap "Works, h. 

2626 Rose. 
Adams, Herbert W., emp. Post Office, 

bds. 408 Menzies. 
Adams, John, pipe layer Vic. Water 

Works, h. Glanford Ave. 
Adams, John T. (Adams & Parsons), 

h. Esquimau Rd., nr. Dunsmuir 

Rd. 
Adams, Reginald, pressman P. G., 

rms. 910 Pandora Ave. 
Adams, Roy P., clerk Wm. H. Adams, 

h. 2626 Rose. 
Adams, Thomas, lab., h. Colville Rd., 

nr. Carrie. 
Adams, Walter E. (E. B. Marvin & 

Co.), h. 1123 Belcher. 
Adams, Walter N., cutter B. C. Mark- 
et Co., Ltd., 734 Pemibroke. 
Adams, Wm. F., clerk B. C. E. R., h. 

"Craignairny," 629 Andrew. 
Adams, Wm. H., sporting goods, 

1307 Douglas, h. 2626 Rose. 
Adams & Parsons (John T. Adams 

and Edwin Parsons), foundrv, rear 

of 409 Bay. 

Adamson, Wm., whsmn. D. Spencer, 
Ltd., h. 557 Hillside Ave. 

Adare Poultry Farm, Wm. Bavlis, 
prop., 1733 Fairfield Rd. 

Addison, Alexander, agent, h. 834 
Pandora Ave. 

ADMIRALTY COURT 

(See under Law Courts.) 
Adole, Alex., cleaner Empress Hotel. 

rms. 540 Johnson. 
Adutt Mrs. L. "Hollies" boarding 

house, 756 Courtney. 
AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY 

(FIRE) OF HARTFORD, CONN., 

JOHN E. KINSMAN, AGENT, 

1232 GOVERNMENT. PHONE 

83. (See page 9.) 
Aetna Fire Ins. Co., Flint & Co., agts., 

617 Trounce Ave. 



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TROUNCE AVE, PHONE 922. 

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A. F. & A. M., B. C. R. Robert E. 
Brett, grand secy. for B. C. 
Temple, 1700 Douglas. 
Ancient Order of Nobles of the 
Mystic Shrine, Gizeh Temple, E. 
E. Leason, secy. 
St. Andrew's Lodge, No. 49, H. D. 

Tilly, secy. 
United Service Lodge No. 24, W. 

H. Purver, secy. 
Vancouver Quadra Lodge No. 2, 

A. B. McMicking, secy. 
Victoria Columbia Lodge No. 1, 
A. St. G. Flint, secy. 
Agar, Edward, teamster, h. 122 Joseph 
Agar, Philip, cigar mkr. J, Levy & 

Sons, Ivs. 122 Joseph. 
Aged Women's Home, 857 McClure. 
Ager, George S., lumberman, h. 1008 

Fort. 
Agnew, George, clerk Watson & Mc- 

gregor, rms. 919 Johnson. 
Agnew, George, gardener, rms. 919 

Johnson. 
Agnew, Gordon L., clerk Williams' 

Drug Store, rms. 1222 Gladstone. 
Agnew, Wm. M., carp. C. A. McGregor, 

h. 1222 Gladstone, 
Agostino, C, lab. B. C. Pottery, Ivs. 

Dominion Road. 
Agostino, G., emp. waterworks, h. Do- 
minion Road. 
Ahern, Wm. F., wharfinger. Interna- 
tional Steamship Co., h. 1142 Yates. 
Aidie, Walter, physical instructor, Ivs. 

427 Government. 
Aiken, Wm., stonecutter Thos. Catter- 
all. 



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Aikman, George W., clerk, Land 

Registry Office, h. "The Hollows," 

1003 Russell. 
AIKMAN, J. A., BARRISTER & SO- 
LICITOR, 604 YATES. PHONE 

1452, h. 1195 FORT. 
Ainslie, Wm., trunk maker, F. Norris & 

Sons, h. corner Hillside Ave. and 

Rose. 
Ainsworth Land & Improvement Co., 

Ltd., E. Crow Baker, secy., 1018 

Government. 
Aird, Wm. (Victoria Hardware Co.), h. 

1145 Burdette Ave. 
AIRD & McCRIMMON (WM. AIRD & 

MRS. E. McCRIMMON), PROPS. 

VICTORIA HARDWARE CO., 639 

JOHNSON. 
Aitken, Archibald M., engineer B. A. 

Paint Co., h. 210 Cross. 
Aitken, Wm., blacksmith, Ivs. 1046 Fis- 

guard. 
Aitkins, George, painter Sears, Ivs. 

rear of 1937 Blanchard. 
Aivazoff, M., confectioner, 803 Govern- 
ment, rms. 1114 Blanchard. 
Akenhead, Mamie, steng. City Hall, bds. 

115 Douglas. 
Alaska Bazaar, F. Landsberg, proprie- 
tor, 1120 Government. 
Alaska Iron Co., reg. office, -548 Bastion. 
Ala.ska Pacific Express Co., E. E. 

Blackwood, agent, 1234 Government 
Alaska Northwest Copper Co., Cross & 

Co., agts., 622 Fort. 
Alaska S. S. Co., 824 Wharf. 
Alaska Transportation and Trading Co., 

reg. office, 548 Bastion. 
Albany, Austin, butcher, John Bros., 

h. Indian Reserve. 
Albert, P., seaman, "S.S. Tees." 
Alberta Bar, John McMillan, prop., 

1111 Broad. 
Aibhouse, Samuel, tamale man, h. 720 

Broughton. 
Albion Saloon, M. Powers, prop., 518 

ALBION STOVE WORKS, LTD., John 
A. Mara, chairman; Thomas E. 
Wood, mngr., 622 Pembroke. 

Alcorn, Duncan R., architect, h. 714 
King's Road. 



Alderson, George A., packer Pacific 
Sauce wks., Ivs. 1031 Caledonia Ave 

Alderson, John, mch., L. Hafer, Ivs. 
1031 Caledonia Ave. 

Alderson, Janothan, lab., h. 704 Cale- 
donia Ave. 

Alexander, Alex., 3rd eng. SS. Princess 
Royal. 

Alexander, Alfred, tmstr, Wm. Symons. 

Alexander, Catherine, Ivs. 138 South 
Turner. 

Alexander, Charles, gardener, h. Quad- 
ra, near Pumping Station. 

Alexander, Charles, tmstr Schofield & 
Leigh, h. 1043 Mason. 

Alexander, Frederick D., hackdriver, h. 
'818 Johnson. 

Alexander, F, W. T., rms. 1210 Vancou- 
ver St. 

Alexander, Herbert, tmstr. B. C. Sand 
& Gravel Co., Ivs. 1043 Mason. 

Alexander, John, truckman, h. 1019 
Caledonia Ave. 

Alexander, John H., draughtsman C. P. 
R. Office, h. 433 Superior. 

Alexander, Lorenza, h. 138 South Tur- 
ner St. 

Alexander, Thomas, truckman, Ivs. 1159 
Yates. 

Alexander, W., waiter SS. "Princess 
Beatrice." 

ALEXANDRA CLUB (LADIES), MRS. 
HENRY CROFT, HON. PRES., 
MRS. EDWARD HASELL, HON. 
SEC, 1021 GOVERNMENT. 

PHONE 818. 

Allan, John G., machinist, h. 119 Ren- 
dall. 

Allan, Thomas G., emp. Central Drug 
Store, Ivs. 119 Rendall. 

Allan, Thomas W., Marine Engr. D. G. 
S. Lillooet, h. 145 Government 

Allan, William G., eng., h. 24 South 
Turner. 

Allan, William M., cashier R. P. Rithet 
& Co., Ltd., res. 29 Dallas Rd. 

Allen, Miss, rms. 808 Blanchard Ave. 

ALLEN, ALFRED E. (Allen & Co., Fit 
Reform Wardrobe), res. "West- 
view," 229 Government. 

Allen, Bertha, empl. Morena Cigar Co., 
Ivs. 623 Wilson. 

Allen, Clement, empl. City, h. 1916 
Davie. 

Allen, Edward D., clerk C. H. Boyes, h. 
820 King's Road. 

Allen, Edward P., mgr. Western Can. 
Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ivs. 
1526 Richmond Ave. 

Allen, Ernest P., traveller Fit-Reform 
Wardrobe. Ivs. 229 Government. 



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Allen, Eva E., nurse, Pro v. Royal Jubi- 
lee Hospital. 

Allen, Frank, carp., h. 7 Mascotte. 

Allen, Frederick, gardener, h. 1019 
Quadra. 

Allen, George, fireman E. & N. Ry. 

Allen, George T., plasterer, h. 911 View. 

Allen, Harold G. (Allen & Son., Ivs. 
1512 Fort. 

Allen, Janet, nurse, Ivs. 1750 Rockland 

Allen, Jessie, housekeeper Mount Ade- 
laide, Dunsmuir St. 

Allen, John, emp. Scott & Peden, Ivs. 
Victoria West. 

Allen, John, plasterer, 741 Johnson, h. 
617 Pine. 

Allen, Joseph, fishmonger, Ivs. Gore. 

Allen, Sarah, wid. John, h. 623 Wilson. 

Allen, Timothy, plasterer, h. 1124 
Quadra. 

Allen, William, blacksmith, h. 102 Ni- 
agara. 

Allen, Wm., eng. E. & N. Ry. 

Allen, William D. (Allen & Son), h 
1512 Fort. 

Allen, Wm., Frederick, journalist, h. 
Johnson, corner Camosun. 

Allen, William P., city jailor, h. 549 
Niagara. 

Allen, Rev., Wilmot Baugh, rector St. 
Mark's, Boleskine Rd., h. Gelles- 
wych, 1219 Pandora. 

ALLEN & COMPANY (A. E. ALLEN 
& A. S. ASHWELL), SOLE CON- 
TROLLERS OF FIT-REFORM 
WARDROBE, CLOTHES FOR 
MEN, 1201 GOVERNMENT ST., 
•PHONE 898. 

(See top lines.) 

Allen & Son (Wm. and Harold Allen), 
real estate, 579 Yates. 

Allice, Thomas H., trav. Turner-Beeton 
Co., Ltd., h. "Fairvue," Menzies. 

Alliott, Mary K., Ivs. 1942 Oak Bay Ave. 

Alliott, Walter, accountant B. C. Coast 
Service, C. P. R., h. 1942 Oak Bay. 

Alliott, Walter, brakesman, E. & N. Ry. 
h. 321 Henry. 

Allison, W., emp. waterworks. 

Allnutt, Harry, grocer, 900 King's Road, 
h. same. 

Allnutt, Thomas, D. L., tmstr., Ivs. 900 
King's Road. 

Alton, John W. (Alton & Brown), bds. 
585 Bay. 

Alton & Brown (John W. Alton and 
Joseph D. Brown), carpenters and 
builders, 585 Bay. 

Alvert, John, lab., 1820 Store. 



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Amalgamated Association of Street and 
Railroad Employees of America, 
George Gardiner, secy., 2nd and 4th 
Tues., 1319 Government. 
AMBERY, JOHN W., REPRESENTA- 
TIVE HIRAM WALKER & SONS, 
LTD., h. 1564 ROCKLAND AVE., 
PHONE A775. 
AMERICAN CONSULATE, 10 Metro- 
politan Bldg., 605 Courtney, corner 
Government, Abraham B. Smith, 
consul; Robert M. Newcomb, de- 
puty. 
AMERICAN SURETY COMPANY, 
GUARANTEE BONDS, HALL, 
GOEPEL & CO., RESIDENT 
AGENTS, 1232 GOVERNMENT, 
PHONE 83. 

(See page 9.) 
Ammann, Julius, cook, Atlantic Cafe, 

h. 925 Johnson. 
Amorsen, Robert, driver No. 3 Fire 

Hall. 
Amorson, Katie, emp. Pacific Sauce 

Wks., Ivs. 1408 Taunton. 
Amos, Harry, baker, London and Van- 
couver Bakery. 
Amos, S., bridgeman, E. & N. Ry. 
Amos, Thomas, painter, h. Bowker Ave. 
Ancient Order of Forresters, 1128 
Broad. 

Court Maple Leaf, Miss M. Gra- 
ham, secy., 1128 Broad. 
Court Northern Light No. 5935, 
W. F. Fullerton, secy.; 2nd and 
4th Wed., K. of P. Hall. 
Court Vancouver, 1st and 3rd 

Mon., K. of P. Hall. 
Court Victoria, Wm. C. Kerr, secy., 

1128 Broad. 
Juvenile Lodge, 1st Tuesday, K. of 
P. Hall. 
Ancient Order of Uniter Workmen, J. 
T. Mcllmoyl, grand secretary, 
1218 Langley. 

Victoria Lodge No. 1, meets 2nd 
and 4th Wednesday in A. O. U. 
W. Hall, R. Dunn, sec. 
Vancouver Lodge No. 5, meets 
2nd and 4th Fridays in A. O. U. 
W. Hall, Thomas Cashmore, 
sec. 



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Anderson 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

Stocks, Bonds, High 
Grade Investments. 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitat| Block 
VICTORIA, B. C. 

Western Star Lodge No. 7, meets 
in Semple's Hall, Vic. W. 2nd 
and 4th Mondays, P. N. E. 
Shakespeare, sec. 

Andernach, Bertha, clerk E. Ander- 
nach & Co., h. 2002 Chambers. 

Andernach, Eberhard (B. Andernach 
& Co.), h. 2002 Chambers. 

ANDERNACH, E. & CO. (Eberhard 
Andernach), Jewelers, 1216 Gov- 
ernment. 

Andernach, Otto, 3rd engineer SS. 
"Princess Ena." 

Andersen, Peter (Andersen & Ren- 
rell), h. 1313 Government. 

Andersen, Theodore (Lund & Ander- 
sen), Occidental Hotel. 

Andersen & Rendell (Peter Andersen 
and Fred. B. Rendell), wholesale 
confectionery, 908 Gordon. 

Anderson, — , rms. 512 Bastion. 

Anderson, A., emp. Newton & Greer 
Co., Ltd. 

Anderson, Agnes N., Ivs. 1211 Pem- 
broke. 

Anderson, Albert, eng., h. 103 Lady- 
smith. 

Anderson, Alexander, clerk, 519 Herald 

Anderson, Andrew, tmstr. B. K. M. 
Co., Ltd., bds. 2547 Government. 

Anderson, Andrew R., h. Topaz, nr. 
Quadra. 

Anderson, Andrew R., engmeer SS. 
"Trader," h. Culduthel Rd. 

Anderson, Andrew R., retired, h. 775 
Hillside Ave. 

Anderson, Anthony, sec. Canadian 
North West Oil Co., Ltd., h. 408 
Dallas Rd. 

Anderson, Berkeley H., clerk, h. 1043 
Pandora Ave. 

Anderson, C, a. b., S.S. "Princess 
Beatrice." 

Anderson, Chambers, 615 Port. 

Anderson, Christina S., Ivs. 1211 Pem- 
broke. 

Anderson, Constance, wid. of Peter, h. 
1146 Mason. 

Anderson, D., lab., rms. 527 Herald. 

Anderson, David, emp. city, h. Topaz, 
nr. Quadra. 

Anderson, David, lab., Ivs. Culduthel 
Rd. 



Anderson, David, shoemaker, 1919 

Douglas, h. 2640 Rose. 
Anderson, Dick, emp. L. Hafer, Ivs. 
1031 Caledonia Ave. 

Anderson, Dudley H., student, Ivs. 
1043 Pandora. 

Anderson, Elijah H,, capitalist, 1323 
Oriental Alley, h. 1043 Pandora, 

Anderson, Ernest Melville, asst. cura- 
tor Prov. Museum. 

Anderson, Frank E., clerk Weiler 
Bros., Ivs. 639 Hillside Ave. 

Anderson, Frederick, master mariner, 
h. 639 Hillside Ave. 

Anderson, George, painter, h. 509 
Niagara. 

Anderson, George, painter Melrose Co., 
h. 728 King's Rd. 

Anderson, George W. (Shore & And- 
erson), h. 824 King's Rd. 

Anderson, H., deck hand SS. "Otter." 

Anderson, Henry C, cigar mkr. Pro- 
vince Cigar Co., rms. Prince 
Rupert Hotel. 

Anderson, Henry S., emp. Shore & 
Anderson, Ivs. 824 King's Rd. 

Anderson, Herbert G., elk. Balmoral 
Hotel, Ivs. same. 

Anderson, Hugh, blacksmith, h. 505 
Russell. 

Anderson, Hugh, lab., 706 Blanchard 
Ave. 

Anderson, J., a. b. SS. "Princess Beat- 
rice. 

Anderson, James, emp. Hudson Bay 
Co., Ivs. 505 Russell. 

Anderson, James, cabinet maker, Ivs. 
2221 Pernwood Rd. 

Anderson, James, comm, agt., bds. 
Driard Hotel. 

Anderson, James, engineer J. A. Say- 
ward, h. 409 John. 

Anderson, James (Pacific Coast 
Realty Co., Ltd.), h. 623 Govern- 
ment. 

Anderson, James C, mining expert, h. 
514 Superior. 

Anderson, James P., acct. Tracksell, 
Anderson & Co., Ivs. 1015 Car- 
bery Gardens. 

Anderson, James Robert, retired, h. 
487 Superior. 

Anderson, Jean, bookkeeper, Hender- 
son Bros., Ivs. 505 Russell. 

Anderson, John, fmr., h. 927 King's 
Rd. 

Anderson, John, master mariner, h. 
1717 Duchess. 

ANDERSON, JOHN ANDREW, B.A., 
AUDITOR-GENERAL OF B. C, 
RES. 545 SUPERIOR. PHONE 
1142 

Anderson, John D., lab., Ivs. 775 Hill- 
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Anglican Churches 341 



Anderson, John F., mariner, h. 534 

Langford. 
Astley, John W., mining engineer, 

622 Fort, bds. "Roccabella," 

Blanchard. 
Anderson, Lars, stonecutter A. Stew- 
art, h. 809 Caledonia Ave. 
Anderson, Lilian, nurse, Ivs. 408 

Dallas Rd. 
Anderson, Lizzie, dom., 1629 Rock- 
land Ave. 
Anderson, Maggie, dom., 852 Pember- 

ton Rd. 
Anderson, Mary, h. 1211 Pembroke. 
Anderson, Mary S., Ivs. Oak Bay Ave. 
Anderson, Maud A., examiner V. L 

Fire Underwriters' Assn., Ivs. 545 

Superior. 
Anderson, Nellie, waitress, Ivs. 728 

King's Rd. 
Anderson, Mrs. Nellie, boarding house, 

587 Johnson. 
Anderson, Ormond F., operator C.P.R. 

tel., Ivs. 639 Hillside Ave. 
Anderson, Peter, painter, rms. 909 

Johnson. 
Anderson, Robert A., carriage wood- 

wkr. W. Mable, h. Craigflower Rd. 
Anderson, Samuel, lab., 706 Blanchard 

Ave. 
Anderson, Stanley R., clerk Finch & 

Finch, Ivs. 545 Superior. 
Anderson, Thomas, longshoreman, 

rm. 17-527 Herald. 
Anderson, Thorston K., clerk Smith 

& Champion, h. 2221 Fernwood 

Rd. 
Anderson, Walter B., h. "Cassawee," 

Oak Bay Ave., nr. Foul Bay Rd. 
Anderson, Walter J., mantels, tiles, 

and grates, 517 Broughton, h. 

1172 View. 
Anderson, William, h. 1727 Davie. 
Anderson, Wm., clerk Deaville, Sons 

& Co., Ivs. 775 Hillside Ave. 
Anderson, Wm., stone cutter, h. Carey 

Rd. 
Anderson, Wm. A. (Anderson & Nel- 
son), h. 2012 Blanchard Ave. 
Anderson & Nelson (Wm. A. Ander- 
son and Greig Nelson), props. 

Regent Hotel, 1328 Douglas. 
Anderton. B., rms. Grand Pacific 

Hotel. 
Anderton, Edward, sailor, h. 640 Dis- 
covery. 
Anderton, Wm., grocer, 1505 Douglas, 

Ivs. same. 
Andrew, A. Kathleen, teacher Victoria 

West School, Ivs. 121 Croft. 
Andrew Emmeline, Ivs. 121 Croft. 
Andrew, Hugh, farmer, "Gonzales," 

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Andrew, Ellen C, widow, h. 121 Croft. 
Andrew, James, jeweler, W. H. Pen- 
nock, bds. 408 Menzies. 
Andrew Patrick J. A., teller Bank of 

Commerce. 
Andrew Richard W., emp. B. C. Soap 

Co., Ivs. 121 Croft. 
Andrew, Winnifred, stenog., Ivs. 121 

Croft. 
Andrews, Alfred (Palmer & Andrews), 

h. near North Dairy, Pump Stn. 
Andrews, Alice, emp. Vic. Steam Ldry. 
Andrews, E. S., Captain R. N., h. 

Sunnyside, 1237 Sunnyside Ave. 
Andrews, Edmond W., shipwright, Tur- 

pel & Son, h. 724 Pine St. 
Andrews, Frank, teacher High School, 

1345 Stanley Ave. 
Andrews, Frederick J., brakeman E. & 

N. Ry., Ivs. Head St. 
Andrews, George, bartender Prince Ho- 
tel, Ivs. 1010 Fisguard. 
Andrews, George, bookkeeper J. A. Say- 
ward's, h. 216 Mary. 
Andrews, James, druggist, h. Head St. 
Andrews, John E., elk. G. W. Robinson, 

Ivs. 1036 Hillside Ave. 
Andrews, Louis, emp. Bakeries, Ltd., 

Ivs. Esquimau Road. 
Andrews, Maggie, bkpr. B. C. Fur Mnfg. 

Co., Ivs. 1010 Fisguard. 
Andrews, Mrs., Margaret E., bkpr. B. 

C. Fur Co., Ivs. 1010 Fisguard. 
Andrews, Mattie D., Ivs. 724 Pine. 
Andrews, Wm. T., mnfrs. agent, h. 1215 

Pandora Ave. 
Andricius, Herman, mariner, h. 2718 

Bridge. 
Andrus, William, clerk. Crescent Road, 

corner Foul Bay Rd. 
ANGEL HOTEL, Mrs. Harriet Carne, 

prop. 1211-15 Langley, phone 962. 
"Angela" House, Norman Rant, prop., 

923 Burdette Ave. 
Anglican Churches. 

Right Rev. W. W. Perrins, Bishop 
of Columbia. 

Christ Church Cathedral, Rev. 
Canon Arthur Beanlands, rector, 
823 Burdette Ave. 

Church of the Holy Saviour, Rev. 
C. E. Cooper, rector, 310 Henry. 



NORTH-WEST REAL ESTATE CO. 

Timber Limits and Real Estate ,„e yatesTt!victoria 



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635-7 JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA PHONE 487 



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Saint Barnabas Church, Rev. E. G. 
Millar, rector, 1102 Caledonia 
Ave. 
Saint James Church, Rev. J. H. S. 

Sweet, rector, 305 Quebec. 
Saint John's Church, Rev. Percival 

Jenns, rector, 702 Princes Ave. 
Saint Marks' Church, Rev. Wilmot 
Baugh Allen, rector, Boleskine 
Road. 
Anglican Mission, Sunday School, 

Foul Bay Road, School House. 
Chinese Mission, 525 Cormorant. 

ANGLICAN SYNOD OF B. C. (IN- 
CORPORATED), FRANK BUR- 
RELL, SECRETARY, PEMBER- 
TON & SON, AGENTS, 625 FORT. 
PHONE 78. 

(See page 8.) 

Angus, Alexander, emp. Geo. Florence, 
h. 905 Quadra. 

Angus, Amy, Ivs. 1321 Rockland Ave. 

Angus, Annie H., dressmkg. dept. D. 
Spencer, Ltd. 

Angus, Forrest, h. "The Oaks," St. 
Charles. 

Angus, George S., h. 1515 Quadra. 

Angus, James A., clerk 1105 Wharf, Ivs. 
1321 Rockland Ave. 

Angus, James K., painter, h. 713 King's 
Road. 

Angus, Jessie, Ivs . "The Oaks," St. 
Charles. 

Angus, Kate, Ivs. "The Oaks," St. 
Charles. 

Angus, Lucy, Ivs. 1321 Rockland Ave. 

Angus, Margaret, Ivs. "The Oaks," St. 
Charles. 

Angus, Mary, wid. James, h. 1321 Rock- 
land Ave. 

Angus, Richard, rep. B. C. Sugar Re- 
fining Co., 1105 Wharf, h. 1321 
Rockland Ave. 

Angus, Thomas, stationery dept. D. 
Spencer, Ltd., Ivs. 905 Johnson. 

Anker, Charles, appt. pattern maker, 
Vict. Mch. Depot, bds. 516 Hillside 
Ave. 



Anthony, Morris, marine fireman, rms. 

California Hotel. 
Antipas, Theo. (Harocop & Antipas), 

rms. Clarence Hotel. 
Appelgarth, Kate, Ivs. Mt. Tolmie Road. 
Appleby, Joseph, watchman in navy 

yard, h. Esquimalt. 
Appleby, Wm., contractor and bldr., h. 

16.58 Earl. 
Appleton, Frederick, director, M. R. 

Smith, h. Gordon Head. 
Apnaut, Mrs. J., h. 910 View. 
Apthorpe, J., 2nd steward SS. Princess 

Royal. 
Arbuckle, John P., asst. cashier British 

American Trust Co., h. York Place, 

Oak Bay. 
Arbuthnot, John, Pres. South Welling- 
ton Coal Mines, Ltd., and Red Fir 

Lumber Co., Ltd., h. "Robleda," 

1337 Rockland Ave. 
Arbuthnot, Miss, Ross, Ivs. 1337 Rock- 
land Ave. 
Arbuthnot, Wm., Rockland Ave., Ivs. 
Arbuthnot, Wm., Ivs. 1337 Rockland. 
Archibutt, Fanny, teacher of Music and 

languages, h. 1022 Burdette Ave. 
Archer, Irving, timekeeper, Melrose Co., 

Ltd., h. 515 Gorge Road. 
Archer, W., gnr. R. C. G. A. 
Archibald, Alice M., nurse at Jubilee 

Hospital, Ivs. 1479 Fort. 
Archibald, Aubrey P., carpenter, Ivs. 

1479 Fort. 
Archibald, Carrie P., bkpr. Jubilee 

Hospital, Ivs. 1479 Fort. 
Archibald, Foster P., ledger clerk Royal 

Bank, Ivs. 1479 Fort. 
Archibald, Joseph P. (Baker Shoe Co.), 

h. 1479 Fort. 
Archibald, Walter Roy, elk. Baxter & 

Johnson, Ivs. 1479 Fort. 
Archibald, William (Baker Shoe Co), 

h. 1479 Fort. 
Archment, Robert A., hackman, 725 

Courtney, h. same. 
Ard, Revd. A. J., Stanley, curate St. 

John's church, h. 702 Princes Ave. 
Ard, Thomas M., emp. B. C. E. Ry., Ivs. 

702 Prince's Ave. 
Ardley, George E., condr. B. C. E. Ry., 

h. 637 Frances. 
Argue, Thomas, lab., 840 Johnson. 
Argyle, A. A., treas. Vic. Trades & 

Labor Council. 
Ariss, William H. D., bookkeeper, W. & 

J. Wilson, bds. 827 Fort. 
Armahayl, H., rms. Grand Pacific Hotel 
Armitage, — , tmstr., rms. Louvre 

Hotel. 
Armour, James, stableman Victoria 

Transfer Co., h. 1046 North Park. 



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MANUFACTUREDBY NEWTON & GREER CO., LTD., VICTORIA 



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Atkins 343 



Armour & Co., reg. office, 548 Bastion. 
Armson, James L,., elk. D. Spencer, 

Ltd., h. Cloverdale Ave. 
Armstrong, — , bds. Grand Pacific 
Armstrong, Annie, wid. Thomas, Ivs. 

1034 Linden Ave. 
Armstrong, Annie E., tailoress D. F. 

Sprinkling, Ivs. 741 Herald. 
Armstrong, Frank J., Custom House 

- Officer, h. 521 Michigan. 
Armstrong, John, tmstr. Moore & 

Whittington, h. 2802 Bridge. 
Armstrong, Louis H. S., dispatcher E. 

& N. Ry., h. 716 Wilson St. 
Armstrong, Minnie, Ivs. 40 Government. 
Armstrong, Wm., steward, h. 1664 Dal- 
las Road. 
Armstrong, William, operator Colonist, 

rms. 1230 Langley. 
Armstrong, William H., foreman B. C. 

E. RIy., h. 402 Jessie. 
Armstrong, Wilson, J., retired, h. 2538 

Quadra. 
Armstrong, Wilson J. C, clerk Weiler 

Bros., Ivs. 2538 Quadra. 
ARMY & NAVY CIGAR STORE, Percy 

Richardson, propr., 1126 Govern- 
ment, phone 34'6. 
Army & Navy Clothing Store, I. Lan- 
caster, prop., 1323 Government. 
Arnall, Thomas J., engineer Sayward's 

mill, h. 1033 Fisguard. 
Arnason, Daniel, motorman B. C. E. 

Ry., h. 817 Penwill. 
Arnold, Alex. C, painter R. Ledingham 

h. Monterey Ave. 
Arnold, Louisa, wid. Samuel, midwife, 

h. 2552 Blanchard. 
Arnold, Robert, chaffeur, rms. Cecil 

Hotel. 
Arnold, Rosa, maid, Jubilee Hospital. 
Arris, Daniel, bookkeeper Wilson 

Clothiers' Co., Government St., bds. 

827 Fort. 
Arrowsworth, Alfred, 3rd eng. SS. Do- 

laura. 
Ash, James, McK., carp., Ivs. Gore. 
Ash, John, printer, h. 1503 Chambers. 
Ash, John H., driver Standard Steam 

Ldry., Ltd. 
Ash, T., quartermaster SS. "Princess 

May." 
Ash, Thomas, carp., h. Gore. 
Ashby, Frank Whateley, bookkeeper 

Victoria Chemical Co., Ltd., h. 634 

Michigan. 
Ashcroft, W., fireman S.S. Charmer. 
Ashe, Albert, carp., Ivs. Foul Bay Rd., 

near Oak Bay Ave. 
Ashe, Thomas, contractor and bldr., 

h. Foul Bay Rd., near Oak Bay 

Ave. 




Ashe, T., Wilson, comp. Colonist, h. 

Foul, Bay Rd., near Oak Bay Ave. 
Ashton, Herbert S., agent Felt & Tar- 
rant Mfg. Co., h. 88 Dallas Rd. 
ASHWELL, ALLAN S. (Allen & Co., 

Fit Reform Wardrobe), res. 770 

Princes Ave. 
Ashwell, B., Mabel, steng. B. G. Prior 

& Co., Ltd., Ivs. 770 Princess Ave. 
Ashwell, T., waiter SS. "Princess May." 
Ashworth, Eleanor E., phone opr., Ivs. 

1525 Davie. 
Ashworth, Eva. elk. A. Bancroft, Ivs. 

1525 Davie. 
Ashworth, Lily, wid. L., h. 1525 Davie. 
Askland, Julius, mch. Lemon, Gonna- 

son & Co., h. 1803 Blanchard. 
Askey, C. P., sgt. R. C. G. A. 
Askey, John S., fishmonger, h. 1275 

Centre Road. 
Askland, Julius, mch. Lemon, Gonna- 

son & Co., h. 1803 Blanchard. 
Aspdin, Alfred, chief steward SS. 

"Amur," h. 2428 Rock Bay Ave. 
Aspeland, surveyor, rms. 842 View. 
Aspinall, James T., waiter People's 

Lunch Room, rms. 748 Humboldt. 
Assembly Skating Rink, H. Moses, 938 

Fort. 
Assessor (City), W. W. Northcott, City 

Hall. 
Assessor (Prov.), J. K. Worsfold, Prov. 

Pari. Bldgs. 
Astley, John W., mining eng., bds. 

"Roccabella," 806 Victoria Cres. 
Astley, Thomas, foreman Esquimalt 

waterworks, 1st St. Esquimalt. 
Aston, Clarence P., condr. B. C. El. Ry. 
Atack, Alfred E., elk. Copas & Young, 

h. 1336 Grant. 
Atack, Joseph, h. 1336 Grant. 
Atkins, Audray, phone oppr., 608 

Craigflower Rd. 
Atkins, George, painter, J. Sears. 
Atkins, Herbert, eng., Ivs. 608 Craig- 
flower Rd. 
Atkins, James, contr. and bldr., h. 848 

Johnson. 
Atkins, Wm., engineer B. C. Marine Ry. 

Ivs. WTiarf St., Esquimalt. 



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strictly First Class. Excellent Fishing and Hunting on Somenos Lake. F. CONRUYT, Proprietor 



1201 Government St., Victoria 



Phone 898 



FIT-REFORM clothes for gentlemen 

READY TO WEAR OR TO ORDER 



344 Atkins 



VICTORIA 



Bagshawe 



Cocrig dollege 

BEACON HILL PARK. VICTORIA. 



The Home School For Boys 

Principal - J. W. CHURCH, M.A. 



Atkins, William, Chief Clerk, Customs, 

h. Beach Cottage, 132 Dallas Rd. 
Atkins, William E., shipwright, h. 608 

Craigflower Road. 
Atkinson, Ernest, landscape gardener, 

h. 1106 View. 
Atkinson, George, retired, h. 943 Pem- 
broke. 
Atkinson, Henry, landscape gardener, 

Ivs. 1106 View. 
Atkinson, Isaac, Barras, consulting 

mining engineer, 520 Bastion, rms. 

Empire Hotel. 
Atlantic Cafe, Robert L. Mee, prop., 631 

Johnson. 
ATLANTIC HOTEL, DAVID MURRAY 

PROP., 629 JOHNSON, CORNER 

BROAD, PHONE 320. 
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd., of London, 

Stuart Robertson Co., Ltd., res. 

agts., 1212 Broad. 
Attall, Fred., carp., 752 Humboldt. 
Attorney- General (Prov.), Hon. Wm. J. 

Bowser, K. C, Prov. Pari. Bldg. 
Atwood, Arthur Wm., foreman B. C. 

Sand & Gravel Co., Albert Head, 

Ivs. 1023 St. Charles. 
Atwood, Evelyn, stngr. Tourist Assn., 

Ivs. "Inglehurst," 1023 St. Charles. 
Atwood, Myrtle G., Ivs. 1023 St. Carles. 
Aubel, Conrad L., emp. B. C. Soap 

Co., h. Ill Ladysmith. 
Aubel, Oscar, lab., Ill Ladysmith. 
Audain, Major, res. Burleith, Craig- 
flower Road. 
Augur, Wm., confr., Popham Bros., 

bds. Clarence Hotel. 
Auld, A., 2nd engineer SS. Czar. 
Auld, Wm. E., carp., rm. 37, 742 John- 
son. 
Austin, E. A., teamster Geo. Burt, h. 

736 Pandora. 
Austin, Harry, barrister, Ivs. 1322 

Stanley Ave. 
Austin, Harry J., boatman, 24 Lewis. 
Austin, Harry M., eng. E. & N. Ry., h. 

230 Robert. 
Austin, J. Henry, Deputy Registrar 

Supreme and County Courts, h. 

1031 Verrinder Ave. 
Austin, Mrs. Louisa, rooming house, 736 

Pandora Ave. 



Austin, Philip, -bookkeeper B. A. Paint 
Co., h. 554 Niagara. 

AUTO SALOON, JAMES C. McCLOS- 
KEY AND HAROLD E. WALLIS, 
PROPRS., 2913 DOUGLAS, 

PHONE A1449. 

AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER CO., 
Charles Holmes, sole agent, 620 
Cormorant. Phone A1748. 

Auxiliary Anti-Tuberculosis Society, 
Prances Mara secy., meets Bal- 
moral Hotel. 

Avery, John, contr. and bldr., 1009 
Douglas, h. 956 Heywood Ave. 

Avordy, O., deck hand SS. "Charmer." 

Axhorn, Benjamin, watchman B. C. 
Soap Works, h. Boleskine Road. 

A^xon, Amelia, domestic, 974 Hey- 
wood Ave. 

Ayers, De Forest, genl, agent Giant 
Powder Co., h. 950 Fort. 

Ayers, Leonard L., tmstr. Taylor Mill 
Co., h. 619 Bay. 



B 



Babb, William, lab., h. 339 Kingston. 
Babbage, Frederick, clerk P. O., h. 

1037 Burdette Ave. 
Babcock, Arthur, painter Mellor Bros., 

Ltd., h. 2109 Sayward Ave. 
Babcock, John P., Dep. Com., fisheries 

dept., bds. Angela, 923 Burdette 

Ave. 
BABBINGTON, PANMURE A., mngr. 

J. A. Sayward, res. Alywyn, 2620 

Governmnet. Phone 1118. 
Babington, Panmure A., Jr., student 

McPhillips & Heisterman, Ivs. 

2620 Government. 
Babington, Viva J. F., stengr., Ivs. 

2620 Government. 
Backus, Mary J., wid. Joseph, h. 794 

Hillside Ave. 
Backus, Thomas, box mkr. Norris 

Trunk Factory, Ivs. 419 St. Law- 
rence. 
Badger, Laura, elk. Henry Young & 

Co., bds. 313 Menzies. 
Bagshaw, Frank, h. 1770 Fairfield Rd. 
Bagshaw, George J. (G. J. Bagshaw 

& Son), h. 1770 Fairfield Rd. 
Bagshaw, George J. & Son (George 

J. and Ralph Bagshaw), 1770 

Fairfield Rd. 
Bagshaw, Ralph (G. J. Bagshaw & 

Son), h. 1032 Collinson. 
Bagshawe, Charles V. R., clerk Bank 

of B. N. A., Ivs. 1034 Richardson. 
Bagshawe, Edward C. B., real estate, 

613 Port, h. 1034 Richardson. 



ARLINGTON HOTEL, 

Government Telegraph and Post Office 
Station Located Here. 



The Resort for Tourists, Hunters and 

Fishermen. 

Accommodation and Cuisine Unsurpassed. 

ARLINGTON P. 0., VANCOUVER ISLAND 



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VANCOUVER, 
B. C. 



Headquarters for Watches and Watch Repairing. Write to us about it. 



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VICTORIA 



Baker 345 



Bahr, Echo, emp. Popham Bros., h. 

Work Point Barracks. 
Bahr, Hazel, emp. Popham Bros., h. 

Work Point Barracks. 
Bahr, Theodore, foreman Weiler 

Bros., h. 121 Kingston. 
Bailey, Ada, wid. Fred. J., h. "Bar- 
brook," Esquimalt Rd. 
Bailey, Arthur, elk. Todds Canneries, 

Ivs. 1142 Caledonia Ave. 
Bailey, Edward G. (Bailey & Blom- 

quist), h. 537 Ellice. 
Bailey, Frederick, appr. B. C. Marine 

Ry., h. Esquimalt. 
Bailey, George S., painter, h. 325 

Simcoe. 
Bailey, Hedley H., painter, h. 1157 

Pembroke. 
Bailey, Herbert, marine fireman, Ivs. 

Old Esquimalt Rd. 
Bailey, James S., port missionary 

British and Foreign Sailors' So- 
ciety (Eng.), Ivs. 526 Bastion. 
Bailey, Joseph, boiler maker Bullens, 

h. Old Esquimalt Rd. 
Bailey, Mrs. Joseph, wid., h. Old 

Esquimalt Rd. 
Bailey, Percy, carp., rear 1018 Col- 

linson. 
Bailey, Rupert, bricklayer, Ivs, 1142 

Caledonia Ave. 
Bailey, Samuel O., h. 803 Cook. 
Bailey, Sarah, wid. Benjamin, h. 1142 

Caledonia Ave. 
Bailey, Thomas, bkpr. B. C. Marine 

Ry., h. Esquimalt Rd. 
Bailey, Thomas, emp. City Water 

Works, rms. 1010 Yates. 
Bailey, Thomas, surveyor's helper, 

Ivs. Old Esquimalt Rd. 
Bailey, Thomas H., ledger kpr. Bank 

of Commerce, bds. "Roccabella." 
Bailey, W., fireman S.S. "Tees." 
Bailey, William H., janitor Prov. 

Govt. Bldgs., bds. 712 Burdette 

Ave. 
Bailey & Blomquist (Edward G. 

Bailey and John Blomquist), 

grocers, 758 Fort. 
Baillie, James A., factory foreman J. 

Leigh & Sons, h. 2723 Turner. 
Baillie, Robert S., plumber, Ivs. 2723 

Turner. 
Bain, Alex. S., trav E. G. Prior & Co., 

Ltd., bds. King Edward Hotel. 
Bain, Alexander T., auctioneer, 742 

Fort, h. 816 Blanchard. 
BAIN, ALFRED H., Mgr. PROV- 
INCIAL PUBLISHING COM- 
PANY, rms. King Edward Annex, 

646 Yates. 
Bain, D., gnr. R. C. G. A. 



HOTEL WILSON 

FIREPROOF, MODERN and 
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 

One Block from Steamboat Landing 

JAS. R. McKINNELL, PROP. 

N A N A I M Q, B.C. 

BAINBRIDGE, ROBERT A., div. 
engineer E. & N. Ry., h. 332 
Menzies. 

Baine, E. G., rms. Grand Pacific 
Hotel. 

Baines, Alexander, lab., rms. 635 
Princes Ave. 

Baines, Edmund W., painter, Ivs. 
1531 Amelia. 

Baines, Edwin, tmstr., Taylor Mill 
Co., h. 1531 Amelia. 

Baines, Frank J. H., emp. H. A. Lil- 
ley, Ivs. 1531 Amelia. 

Baines, Joseph A., clerk Loewenberg 
& Co., Ivs. 1531 Amelia. 

Baines, Wm., Sr., acct., h. 1531 Ame- 
lia. 

Baines, Wm. W., printer Govt. Print- 
ing Office, h. 962 Yates. 

BAIN'S AUCTION MART (ALEX. 
T. BAIN AND C. BENNETT- 
THOMSON), 742 FORT, PHONE 
A1458. 

Baird, Charles N., lab., Ivs. 1035 
Mears. 

Baird, George, appr. J. Colbert. 

Baird, Horace, asst. paymaster H. M. 
S. "Egeria." 

Baird, Joseph J., pres. San Juan Min- 
ing & Mfg. Co., h. 760 Topaz Ave. 

Baird, Mrs., h. 78 Adelaide. 

Baird, Mrs. M., h. 1035 Mears. 

Baird, Samuel A., real estate and in- 
surance, 1210 Douglas, h. 2026 
Blanchard. 

Baiss, James, hack driver "Vic. Trans- 
fer Co., Ltd., bds. 1141 Fort. 

Baker Bros. (James and John Baker), 
brick yard, Douglas, nr. Topaz 
Ave. 

Baker, C, rms. Empire Hotel. 



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Automobiles For Hire At All Hours 

REPAIRING AND STORING 



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Phone 241 



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Real Estate, Insurance and General Agents pho„e 125. victoria 



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Rates 



BOARD AND ROOM 
EUROPEAN PLAN - 



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STEPHEN JONES, - PROP. 
$2.00 AND UP. 
.75 AND UP. 



346 Baker 



VICTORIA 



Bamber 



THE GREAT WEST 

LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

Pays Largest Profits to Policy Holders. 

GRIFFIIM W. JONES, 

Manager, Vancouver Island. 

Phoni 282. ROOM 12, METROPOLITAN BLOCK, VICTORIA, B.C. 



Baker, Christopher, plumber's hlpr. 

Watson & McGregor, h. Victoria 

Crescent. 
Baker, Clara, widow Wm. M., h. 1331 

Pandora Ave. 
Baker, David (Baker & John), h. 971 

Yates. 
Baker, Delia, bookkeeper Crescent 

Grocery, Ivs. 717 "Victoria Crescent. 
Baker, Edg-ar Crow, financial agent, 

1018 Government, h. "Sissing- 

hurst," Gorge Rd. 
Baker, Ernest H., carp., bds. 1605 

Blanchard Ave. 
Baker, G., messenger P. O., 817 Cor- 
morant. 
Baker, G. Cyril, stenogr., James Duns- 

muir & Sons, h. 1331 Pandora. 
Baker, Geo., carp., rms. 1318 Douglas. 
Baker, George, brickmkr. Baker Bros., 

bds. Empire Restaurant. 
Baker, George T., carp, city, h. 554 

John. 
Baker, Gus., lab., rms. California 

Hotel. 
Baker, Hilda P., stenogr. Griffith Co., 

Ivs. 1331 Pandora. 
Baker, Hugh, salesman Weiler Bros., 

h. 1331 Pandora Ave. 
Baker, James (Baker Bros.), h. 713 

Pembroke. 
Baker, James, Jr., bookkpr. Baker 

Bros., h. 713 Pembroke. 
Baker, John (Baker Bros.), h. 713 

Pembroke. 
Baker, Joseph H., h. 1417 Fernwood 

Rd. 
Baker, Murray, boilermaker, Ivs. 554 

John. 
Baker, Robert C, emp. city creosote 

works, h. 717 Victoria Cres. 
BAKER SHOE COMPANY, (J. P. 

Archibald and Wm. Archibald), 

retail shoes, 1109 Government. 
Baker, Sidney, bldr. and contr., h. 

403 Menzies. 
Baker, Sidney C., rms. 1120 Van- 
couver. 
Baker, Stanley, driver Victoria Ice 

Co., h. 850 Broughton. 
Baker, Thomas, carp, city pipe yard. 
Baker, Wm., bartender Jubilee Hotel, 

h. 1606 Douglas. 



Baker, William T., baker, 110 Lady- 
smith, h. same. 
BAKER & JOHN (David Baker and 

Harold John), grocers, 971 Yates. 
BAKERIES, THE, LTD., G. A. O'Kell, 

mngr., 418 William. 
Balcom, B., master mariner, rms. Clar- 
ence Hotel. 
Balcom, H., chief officer SS. "Otter." 
Balcom, Reuben, Capt. SS. "Agnes" 

Donoghue, h. 908 King's Road. 
Balcom, Sprott, manager Pacific 

Whaling Co., h. 2838 Douglas. 
Bald, Gordon R., lieut. H. M. S. "Alger- 

ine." 
Baldwin, Mrs. Alice, h. 1356 Pembroke. 
Baldwin, Herbert, instructor Assembly 

Skating Rink, Ivs. 1515 Quadra. 
Bale, David H., contractor and builder, 

h. 1402 Stadacona Ave. 
Baleroni, A., laborer B. C. Pottery, res. 

1141 Johnson St. 
Balfour, — ., contractor, h. 2743 Graham 
Balfour, Arthur, empl. Spencer's Ltd., 

rms. 1208 Vancouver. 
Ball, Arthur, cigar mkr. Province Cigar 

Co., Ivs. 827 Yates. 
Ball, Charles, tmstr. Copas & Young, h. 

1049 North Park. 
Ball, Gertrude, dom., 811 St. Charles. 
Ball, Henry, prop. San Francisco Baths, 

h. 827 Yates. 
Ball, Herbert, warehouseman West End 

Grocery, Ivs. 915 Hillside Ave. 
Ball, James, gardener C. P. R., h. 915 

Hillside Ave. 
Ball, Joseph, mngr. .Howard's Hotel, 

Wharf St., Esquimalt. 
Ball, Joseph, prop. Louvre Hotel, 515 

Johnson. 
Ball, Wm., lab., 700 Blanchard Ave. 
Ballantine, James M., harness maker, 

W. Duncan, rms. 837 Broughton. 
Ballantine, John S., real estate, h. 

"Sans Souci," Newport Ave. 
Ballantine, Wm., engineer, Cameron 

Lumber Co., Ltd., h. 619 Dunedin. 
Ballantyne, David T., compositor Govt. 

Print, office, h. Quadra, near Pump. 

Station. 
Bailey, George, carp., rms. 1318 Doug- 
las. 
Ballou, Allen, pianist Pantage's Thea- 
tre, Ivs. Garesche Blk. 
Balmoral Annex, 710 Fort. 
BALMORAL HOTEL, Mrs. M. J. G. 

W^hite, prop., 1107-9 Douglas. 
Balneve, David, dyer Victoria Steam 

Dye Works, rms. 433 Government. 
Bamber, Wm. L., tallyman Saanich 

Lumber Co., h. 585 Bay. 



Ulniversit^ School, Victoria, Bntleb dolumbia 

aSoarMtig anD Das Scbool for :fi3og6. IWew JSrich JBuilMng. 
15 Bcres of BMagtiifl J'ielDs. Bpplg to tbe ^Bursar. 



Weilcr Bros, complete Home Furnishers 



ESTABLISHED 1862. 



917-921 GOVERNMENT ST.. VICTORIA 



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Barber 347 



Bamford, Harold G., ledgerkeeper B. C. 
E. Ry., h. 210 Government. 

Bamford, Ralph C, dentist, 1011 Govt., 
Ivs. 210 Government. 

Bamford, Thomas, draughtsman Land 
& Works Dept., h. 210 Govern- 
ment. 

Bancroft, Artemus, confectioner, 1013 
Government, h. 1325 Johnson. 

Banfield, Charles F., comp. Times, h. 
424 Skinner. 

Banfield, David, teamster, Oak Bay 
Ave., near Mitchell. 

Banfield, Ralph, clerk E. G. Prior & Co., 
Ltd., Ivs. Oak Bay Ave. 

Banfield, William, carp., h. 1425 Lans- 
downe Road. 

Banister, Albert E., retired, h. 54 Gov- 
ernment. 

Banister, Ida, Ivs. 54 Government. 

Bank Exchange Saloon, Andrew Rusta, 
propr., 599 Yates. 

BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 
(NOW AMALGAMATED WITH 
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COM- 
MERCE), 1022 GOVERNMENT, 
CORNER FORT, PHONE 469. 
(See page 3.) 

Bank of British North America, David 
Doig, manager, 571 Yates. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. ' CAPITAL 
$14,400,000. RESERVE $11,000,000. 
A. J. C. GALLETLY, Manager, 1200 
GOVERNMENT, CORNER BAS- 
TION, PHONE 189. 

(See page 4.) 

Bank of Montreal Chambers, 548 Bas- 
'tion. 

Bank of Vancouver, provisional offices, 
643 Port. 

Banks, Mrs., opr. Turner Beeton & Co., 
Ivs. 844 Johnson St. 

Banks, Harry, fireman city electric 
light station, h. 2504 Blanchard 

Banks, John C, conductor B. C. EI. Ry. 
h. Gore St. 

Banner, Charles G., elk. Pither & Leis- 
er, h. 923 McClure. 

Banner, E., appr. Colonist, Ivs. 923 Mc- 
Clure. 

Banner, Elizabeth, M^id. Samuel, h. 923 
McClure. 

Bannerman, Alexander, retired, h. 
1823 Chambers. 

BANNERMAN & HORNE (THOMAS 
H. HORNE), FLOUR, FEED AND 
SEED MERCHANTS, 635-637 
JOHNSON STREET, PHONE 
487. (See top lines.) 

Bannock, Angus, carp., Ivs. 1130 North 
Park. 



J. M. NAGANO & CO. 

= JAPANESE FANCY GOODS = 

1438 Government Street Phone 1628 
1117 Douglas Street Phone 1325 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
1629 Store Street "u.^. 1034 



Bannock, Nelson, carp., Ivs. 1130 

North Park. 
Bantly, Anna, wid. Marcus, h. 1127 

Fort. 
Bantly, Benedict J., music teacher, h. 

732 Yates 
BANTLY, SIMON A., CIGAR MNFR., 

620 PANDORA AVE., PHONE 382, 

h. 1127 FORT, PHONE 1426. 

Baptist Churches. 

Emmanuel Baptist Church, Rev. 
pastor; Fernwood 
Rd., cor. Gladstone. 

First Baptist Church, Rev. Christ- 
opher Burnett, pastor, 1415 
Blanchard Ave. 

Tabernacle, Rev. F. T. Tapscott, 
pastor, Fort, cor. Cook. 

Baptist Mission, 524 Mary. 
Bapty, Walter, physician, 1106 Doug- 
las, h. same. 
Barber Bros. (George W. and Walter 

W., Barber), toys and souvenirs, 

1235 Government. 
Barber, Catherine, wid. John, h. 120 

St. Lawrence. 
Barber, Geo. W. (Barber Bros.), Ivs. 

1268 Walnut. 
Barber, James, gardener, Fort, nr. 

Foul Bay Rd. 
Barber, James, longshoreman, Ivs. 120 

St. Lawrence. 
Barber, James, retired, h. 1268 Walnut. 
Barber, John, emp. Sayward's Mill, 

Ivs. 120 St. Lawrence. 
Barber, John, fisherman, h. 303 Nia- 
gara. 
Barber, Joseph, manager Standard 

Laundry, rms. 912 Fort. 
Barber, Robert, longshoreman, Ivs. 120 

St. Lawrence. 
Barber, Walter W. (Barber Bros.), 

Ivs. 1268 Walnut. 



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Office and Works : 931 VIEW STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 

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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



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Proprietor- 



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Barber, William A., carp. Ivs. 120 St. 
Lawrence. 

Barbers' Union, J. P. Gropp, secy.. 
Labor Hall. 

Barbour, Charles H., bartender, h. rear 
118 Dallas Rd. 

Barbour, R. S., rms. Dominion Hotel. 

Bardazona, Mary, asst. Dr. R. Nash, 
Ivs. 1047 Fisg-uard. 

Barden, Thomas, florist, h. 565 Mich- 
igan. 

Bardot, A., gnr. R. C. G. A. 

Barfleld, Wm. T., painter Jas. Sears, 
Ivs. 1137 Pandora Ave. 

Barker, A. G., purser SS. "Princess 
Charlotte." 

Barker, A. Hamilton, res. Union Club. 

Barker, Alice G., stenogr. R. P. Rithet 
& Co., Ivs. 929 North Park. 

Barker, David, lab., h. 1277 Denman. 

Barker, Emily, Ivs. 744 Cormorant. 

Barker, Ernest purser "Princess 
Beatrice," Ivs. 1142 Yates. 

Barker, Harry, mate "Princess Vic- 
toria." Ivs. 1142 Yates. 

Barker, Henry, lab., h. 124 Rendall. 

Barker, Joseph, baker Popham Bros., 
bds. Royal Arms Hotel. 

Barker, Joseph, carp., bds. 1328 Grant. 

Barker, Joseph B., carp., Ivs. 1271 
Centre Rd. 

Barker, Noel W., draughtsman Ram- 
sey's, h. 929 North Park. 

Barlow, Edith, dressmkr., Ivs. 2660 
Quadra. 

Barlow, George M., bkpr. C.P.R , h 
1163 North Park. 

Barlow, Wm. G., acct. Dominion Hotel, 
h. 2660 Quadra. 

Barnacle, J. C, principal University 
School for Boys, Mount Tolmie. 

Barnard, Frank S., h. 701 Sea Ter. 

Barnard, George Henry, K.C., M.P., 
of Barnard & Robertson, res! 
"Duvals," 1462 Rockland Ave. 

BARNARD & ROBERTSON 
(GEORGE HENRY BARNARD, 
K.C., M.P., AND HAROLD 
BRUCE ROBERTSON), BARRIS- 
TERS AND SOLICITORS, LAW 
CHAMBERS, 531 BASTION. 

PHONE 789. 



Barnes, Alfred J., checker, E. & N. 

Ry., h. 811 Mary St. 
Barnes, Charles, mariner, h. 2718 Rock 

Bay Ave. 
Barnes, Charles F., messenger Marine 
and Fisheries Dept., Ivs. 2718 Rock 
Bay Ave. 
Barnes, Harry T., clerk R. P. Rithet 

& Co., Ltd., h. 302 Robert. 
Barnes, Mrs. Jane, Ivs. 348 Michigan. 
Barnes, Thomas, plumber Watson & 

McGregor. 
Barnett, Alfred T., stat. engnr. Lemon 
Gonnason & Co., h. 2924 Graham. 
Barnett, Charles, manager Empress 

Theatre, rms. 821 Pandora Ave. 
Barnett, George, shoemaker, 1016 
Douglas, h. Runnaymeade Ave., 
Oak Bay. 
Barnett, J., fireman SS. "Amur." 
Barnhart, D. T., manager Province 

Cigar Co., h. 935 Fisguard. 
Barnsley, John (J. Barnsley & Co.), 

h. 253 Gorge Rd. 
BARNSLEY, JOHN & CO. (JOHN 
BARNSLEY & JOHN R. COL- 
LISTER), GUNSMITHS AND 
SPORTING GOODS, AGENTS 
BOSCOWITZ STEAMSHIP CO. 
LTD. and J. & J. TAYLOR, SAFES 
AND VAULT DOORS, 1321 GOV- 
ERNMENT ST. PHONE 663. 
Barnswell, James, carp., h. 1148 John- 
son. 
Barr, A., deckhand, SS. "Princess 

Royal." 
Barr, George, joiner B. C. Marine Ry., 

bds. Coach & Horses. 
Barr, Ransellaer, conductor B. C. E. 

Ry., h. 589 Bay. 
Barr, Robert A., motoneer B. C. E. 

Ry., h. 2535 Government. 
Barraclough, George H., eng. Thorpe 

& Co., h. 314 Robert. 
Barrett, John, retired, Ivs. 824 Cor- 
morant. 
Barrett, Louis, baker J. T. Legg, h. 

824 Cormorant. 
Baron, Henry N., bookkeeper Jos. 

Heaney, h. 453 Superior. 
Barron, Isabel M. F., teacher Boys' 

Central School, Ivs. 906 Cook. 
Barron, L. A. F., teacher Girls' Central 

School., Ivs. 906 Cook. 
Barry, John, bds. Grand Pacific Hotel. 
Barry, John J., master mariner, capt. 

SS. "Petrel," h. 808 Fort. 
Barry, Mary A., wid. of Thomas, h. 

1267 Grant. 
Barstad, J. S, rms. Dominion Hotel. 
Bartenders' Union, P. F. Jewell, secy., 

1416 Government. 
Bartle, Joseph, rms. 64, Five Sisters 
Block. 



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Baylis 349 



Bartlett, Annie L., clerk London & 

Vancouver Bakery, Ivs. 802 Bay. 
Bartlett, Daniel, elk. Pattison & 

Gotsch, 1052 Davie. 
Bartlett, Ernest, plasterer, Ivs. 2630 

Douglas. 
Bartlett, F., deckhand SS. "Charmer." 
Bartlett, John, plasterer, h. 723 View. 
Bartlett, John, retired, h. 802 Bay. 
Bartlett, John, Jr., plumber Watson 

& McGregor, Ivs. 723 View. 
Bartlett, Kathleen, stenog. Hamilton 

Powder Co., Ivs. St. Ann's Con- 
vent. 
Bartlett, Samuel, plasterer, h. 2630 

Douglas. 
Bartlett, T., rms. Clarence Hotel. 
Bartlett, Wm., plasterer, Ivs. 2630 

Douglas. 
Barton, Ada, Ivs. 436 Michigan. 
Barton, Arthur S., financial agent Pem- 

berton & Son, h. "Glen Holt," Es- 

quimalt Road. 
Barton, Florence, wid. Oswald, h. 813 

Fort. 
Barton, John B., clerk B. C. Permanent 

Loan and Savings' Co., h. 831 Fort. 
Barton, Oswald H. C, messenger Prov. 

Leg. Library, Ivs. 813 Fort. 
BARTON, THOMAS, retired, h. 436 

Michigan. 
Barton, Walter S., elk. Bank of B.N.A., 

"Glen Holt," Esquimalt Road. 
Barton, Wm., cook. People's Lunch 

room, bds. Atlantic Hotel. 
Bass, James T., barber Dominion Ho- 
tel, h. 1621 Quadra. 
Bass, Oscar C, barrister and librarian. 

Law Society of B. C, 528 Bastion, 

bds. Balmoral Hotel. 
Bass, Samuel, rms. 21-527 Herald. 
Bassett, Archibald, acct. Hudson Bay 

Co., h. 942 Collinson. 
Bassett, Robert H., carpenter, h. 1427 

Pembroke. 
Bassett, Wm. P., mngr. Ramsay Bros. 

& Co., Ld., h. 1415 Gladstone. 
Batchelor, Capt, master tug "Lome." 
Bateman, Reginald, elk. Bank of B. N. 

A., 2543 Quadra. 
Bates, George, rms. Strand Hotel. 
Bates, Katie, wid. Joseph, h. 1610 

Douglas. 
Bath, dressmaker, rms. 929 Johnson. 
Bathgate, Douglas, eng., h. 118 Dallas 

Road. 
Batiste, Elizabeth, dressmaker, Henry 

Young & Co., 1151 Pandora Ave. 
Battersby, G. W., clerk, h. Craigflower 

Road, near Arcadia. 
Battersby, W. H., bookkpr. B. C. E. Ry., 

h. Craigflower Road. 



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Western Coast Cash Registers. 
513 HAMILTON ST. - VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Battershill, Wm. T., well driller, rms. 
749 Pandora Ave. 

Battrick, Frederick W., carp., Ivs. 1145 
Grant. 

Baty, M. W., tmstr., 822 North Park. 

Bauer, Wm., paper hanger E. A. Lewis, 
h. 740 Pandora Ave. 

Baumann, Frederick, Ivs. 1046 Belcher. 

Bauthier, August, boarding house, h. 
733 Broughton. 

Baxter, A., A.B., SS. "Princess Ena." 

Baxter, Charles B., elec. Hinton Elec. 
Co., rms. 912 Fort. 

BAXTER, CHARLES STUART, CUS- 
TOM HOUSE COMMISSION and 
FORWARDING AGENT, 809 GOV- 
ERNMENT, PHONE 730, RES. 
EAST SIDE MONTEREY AVE., 
S. of OAK BAY AVE., PHONE 256. 
(See page 22.) 

Baxter, George, teamster, Geo. Burt. 

Baxter, Robert, electrician, rms. 912 
Fort. 

Baxter, Samuel, Prov. Boiler Inspr., h. 
530 Superior. 

Baxter, Wilhelmina, tchr. South Park 
School, Ivs. 530 Superior. 

BAXTER & JOHNSON (CHARLES S. 
BAXTER AND HALCROW P. 
JOHNSON), OFFICE EQUIP- 
MENT, 809 GOVERNMENT, 
PHONE 730. 

(See page 22.) 

Bayer, Paul, driver, Thorpe & Co., Ltd., 
h. 730 Pembroke. 

Bayley, H. E., mngr. Imperial Tyre Co., 
h. 1039 Yates. 

Bayley, Lilian, clerk T. R. Cusack, Ivs. 
1312 Fisguard. 

Bayley, Thomas T., Inspr. waterworks, 
h. 1312 Fisguard. 

Baylis, Frank W., bkpr. Queen's Hotel. 

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Baylis, Wm., prop. Queen's Hotel, Ivs. 
1733 Fairfield Rd. 

Bayliss, Arthur W., plumber Vic. Phoe- 
nix Brewery, h. 541 Ellice St. 

Bayliss, James H., motoneer B. C. El. 
Ry., h. 3130 Washington Ave. 

Bayne, Neil, carp., h. Cadboro Bay 
Road. 

Bayntun, Ada, emp. Spencer's Ltd., Ivs. 
1203 Quadra. 

Bayntun, Andrew, hackdriver, h. 570 
David. 

Bayntun, Augustus J., barber, h. 954 
Pisguard. 

Bayntun, Edward J., janitor Law 
Courts, h. 714 Rupert St. 

Bayntun, Emma, wid. James, h. 1203 
Quadra. 

Beadle, Charles -G., freight elk. S.S. 
Amur. 

Beale, E. W., res. Cadboro Bay. 

Beale, Major William, sec. Union Club. 

Beamish, Eva., Ivs. 1057 Richmond Ave. 

Beamish, Miss Eva, Ivs. 547 Michigan. 

Beamish, Wm. J., tmstr. Raymond & 
Sons, h. 1104 King's Road. 

Beane, Annie E., nurse, h. Dupplin Rd. 

Beane, Francis, h. Dupplin Road, cor. 
Burnside Road. 

Beane, Mary, wid. Charles E., Ivs. Dup- 
plin Rd. 

Beaney, Edward Horace, sec. B. C. 
Mining Exchange, Ivs. Avalon Cot- 
tage, Esquimau Rd. 

Beaney, Wm. B., janitor Vic. Theatre, 
h. Esquimau Rd., near Dunsmuir 
Road. 

Beanlands, Rev. Canon Arthur, M. A., 
rector Christ Church Cathedral, h. 
852 Burdette Ave. 

Beasley, Charles J., miner, h. 327 Ni- 
agara. 

Beasley, Maud E., Ivs. 327 Niagara. 

Beaton, Daniel, boiler maker, Bullen's, 
h. "Tamar Cottage," Nelson St. 

Beaton, J., groundman B. C. E. R. 

Beaton, James, rms. Grand Pacific Ho- 
tel. 

Beattie, George D., elk. Fraser Drug 
Store, rms. 1318 Douglas. 

Beattie, John Wesley, h. 1414 Elford. 



Beattie, Minnie, bds. 703 Esquimalt 
Road. 

Beattie, Sarah, Ivs. 414 Edward. 

Beattie, William, retired, h. 414 Ed- 
ward. 

Beauchamp, Mary, nurse, Ivs. 1617 
Blanchard Ave. 

Beauchamp, William W., empl. The 
B. Wilson Co., Ltd., h. 272 Superior 

Beaumont, Ellen, wid. Arthur, 634 
Bay. 

Beaumont Grocery, James Dodd, prop. 
Esquimalt Rd. 

Beaumont P. O., Esquimalt Rd., cor. 
Constance Ave., Frederick G. Pell, 
postmaster. 

Beaumont, Wm., retired, h. Bowker 
Ave., cor. Cadboro Bay Rd. 

Beaven, A. L., 1153 Pembroke. 

Beaven, Charles F., real estate, cor. 
Craigflower and Russell. 

Beaven, Hugo R., collection elk. Bank 
of Commerce, h. "Arden," Oak 
Bay. 

Beaven, Hon. Robert, retired, h. 626 
Vancouver. 

Beaven, Thomas L., sec. h. 2020 Blan- 
chard Ave. 

Beaven, W. D., emp. D. Spencer, Ltd., 
h. Mt. Baker Ave. 

Beaven, William, lab., 700 Blanchard 
Ave. 

Bebbington, E. Georgina, stengr. 
Robert Ward & Co., Ltd., Ivs. 41 
Simcoe. 

Bebbington, Thomas, master mariner, 
h. 41 Simcoe. 

Bechtel, Andrew J., mng. dir. Vict. 
Mach. Depot, h. 2832 Douglas. 

Bechtel, Albert E., storekpr. Vict. 
Mach. Depot, h. 2832 Douglas. 

Becker, C. W., h. 1041 Port. 

Becker, Miss N., Ivs. 1041 Fort. 

Beckerleg, James B., bricklayer, bds. 
926 Fort. 

Becktell, Willard G., inspr. U. S. Im- 
migration Service, rms. 521 Sim- 
coe. 

Beckwith, Herbert E., H. M. customs 
officer, h. 414 Belleville. 

BECKWITH, J. L. & CO. (JOHN 
LEANDER BECKWITH AND 
HARRY HOWLETT WOOLI- 
SON), IVI A N U F ACT U RE RS 
AGENTS AND IIVIPORTERS, 
MAHON BLDG., 1113 LANGLEY. 
PHONE 689. 

Beckwith, John (J. L. Beckwith & 
Co.), h. 1423 Fernwood Rd. 

Beckwith, Louis, appr. Colonist, Ivs. 
1246 Montrose Ave. 

Beckwith, Reginald, carp., Ivs. 1246 
Montrose Ave. 



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Beckwith, William S., clerk Lands 

and Works Dept., h. 1246 Mont- 
rose Ave. 
Beckwith, Winifred, elk. Henry 

Young & Co., 1246 Montrose Ave. 
Bedale, Thomas, barber, bds. 2645 

Quadra. 
Bedford, Geo., lab., rm. 16, 527 Herald. 
Bee, Mm. M., 3rd officer S.S. "Amur." 
Beech, John, driver Victoria Trans- 
fer Co., rms. 1032 North Park. 
Beecher, Henry A., emp. B. C. Tel. 

Co., h. 2316 Blanchard Ave. 
Beehive, The, Postage Fowler, prop., 

dry goods, 1306 Douglas. 
Beek, Frank H., clerk W. S. Fraser & 

& Co., Ltd., h. 623 Queen's Ave. 
Beek, Joseph F., painter R. Leding- 

ham, h. 623 Queen's Ave. 
Beek, Josephine, music teacher, Ivs. 

623 Queen's Ave. 
Beek, Wm. E., elk. E. B. Marvin & 

Co., h. 829 Caledonia Ave. 
Beeve, Arthur A., salesman D. Spen- 
cer, Ltd., h. 2025 Chambers. 
Beeston, Hilda T., Ivs. Burns Ave. 
Behnsen, Charles (Behnsen & Co.), h. 

1272 Centre Rd. 
Behnsen, Christopher (Behnsen & 

Co.), h. 2148 Ridge Rd. 
Behnsen, Henry P. W. (Behnsen & 

Co.), h. 1272 Centre Rd. 
Behnsen, H. & Co. (Henry F., Chris. 

G. and Charles Behnsen), cigar 

mnfrs., 1286 Centre Rd. 
Beilby, John F., elk. West End Gro- 
cery Co., Ltd., h. 652 Niagara. 
Belanger, Albert, restaurant, 574 Yates, 

h. 1510 Blanchard. 
Belanger, John, ship joiner C.P.R., h. 

714 Humboldt. 
Belben, John F., ins. agt., 613 Trounce 

Ave., h. 1560 Gladstone. 
Belcher, W., plasterer, bds. Atlantic 

Hotel. 
Belcher, William (Jeary & Belcher), 

rms. 522 Bastion. 
Belford, John, emp. city, Ivs. 936 

Heywood Ave. 
Belgian Consul, Thomas R. Smith, 521 

Fort. Phone 145. 
Bell, Alexander Wallace, carp., h. 

Stanley St. 
Bell, Archibald C, H.M.S. "Egeria." 
Bell, Andrew M., real estate, h. 149 

St. Lawrence. 
BELL, ARTHUR, Timber Broker, 8 

Mahon BIdg., Ivs. 2142 Douglas. 
Bell, G., tmstr., Pacific Transfer Co., 
Bell, Herving, singer Empress 

Theatre, rms. 1621 Quadra. 
Bell, James, elk. B. C. Hardware Co., 

Ivs. 1144 Johnson, nr. Cook. 



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H EAo Master: 
J. W. LAING, M. A., OXFORD. 

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1429 ROCKLAND* Avenue. Phone 62 

Bell, Jennie D., clerk D. Spencer, 

Ltd., Ivs. 803 King's Rd. 
Bell, J. Blanchard, barrister, 1236 

Government, h. 802 Blanchard. 
Bell, Joseph, h. 58 Simcoe. 
Bell, Lome S., timber broker, 8 

Mahon Bldg., h. 2976 Qliadra. 
Bell, Louise, wid. Paul, nurse, h. 966 

Pisguard. 
Bell, Mary E., Ivs. 907 Richmond Ave. 
Bell, Mary K., clerk D. Spencer, Ltd., 

Ivs. 803 King's Rd. 
Bell, Matthew, T., timber broker, 8 

Mahon Bldg., h. 2976 Quadra. 
Bell, P., a. b. SS. "Tees." 
Bell, R. A., express driver, Vic. Trans- 
fer Co., Ltd. 
Bell, Sarah, wid. Samuel, h. 907 Rich- 
mond Ave. 
Bell, Sidney R., undertaker W. B. 

Smith, rms. 577 Yates. 
Bell, T., deckhand SS. "Princess 

Royal." 
Bell, Thos., rms. Empire Hotel. 
Bell, Wilbert, contractor, h. 2142 

Douglas. 
Bella Coola Development Co. (for- 
eign), Hon. Edgar Dewdney, 

agent, 622 Fort. 
Bellamy, Edward, elk. Wm. Speed, h. 

410 Burnside Rd. 
Bellamy, Frank, tmstr. Wm. Speed, 

410 Burnside Rd. 
Bellamy, Herman, motoneer B. C. El. 

Ry., Ivs. Colville Rd. 
Belleau, Alice, dressmaker, Ivs. 1112 

Cook. 
Belleau, George, h. 1112 Cook. 
Belleiness, Isabella, nurse, Ivs. 1168 

Caledonia Ave. 
Bellican, Charles, mariner, h. 755 

Broughton. 
Bellmaine, E. S., porter SS. "Princess 

Beatrice." 



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BELMONT BAR, John Morgan, prop., 
801 Government. Phone 1600. 

Belson, George, emp. Atlantic Cafe, 

rms. Atlantic Hotel. 
Beltinck, J. B., rms. Dominion Hotel. 
Bendrodt, Emily, wid. James T., h. 

327 Quebec. 
Benneck, Nelson, contr. and bldr., h. 

2412 Douglas. 
Bennet, Frank A., barrister Fell & 

Gregory, h. 38 Dallas Ave. 
Bennett, Albert, printer Times, bds. 

834 Courtney. 
Bennett, — , carp., Dinsdale & Mal- 
colm. 
Bennett, Alexander G., stonemason, h. 

1281 Centre Rd. 
Bennett, C. C, Major D. S. A. 
Bennett, Charles T., h. Tennyson 

Ave. 
Bennett, Frank, bottler Silver Spring 

Brewery, bds. 2030 Simpson. 
Bennett, Frederick, lab., bds. 1134 

Hillside Ave. 
Bennett, F. Richard, shipwright Turpel 

& Son, h. 1516 Fernwood Road. 
Bennett, H., carpenter, rms. 823 Fort. 
Bennett, H. C, rms. Dominion Hotel. 
Bennett, Harry, bartender Dallas Ho- 
tel. 
Bennett, Miss H. M., nurse, Ivs. 559 

Michigan. 
Bennett, J., fireman SS. "Amur." 
Bennett, Jacob, laborer, h. 2030 Hulton. 
Bennett, John, painter, bds. Atlantic 

Hotel. 
Bennett, John, emp. Pandora Hotel, 

bds. same. 
Bennett, John, moulder's helper, B. C. 

Foundry, h. Burnside Road, Straw- 
berry Vale. 

Bennett, Matilda, chambermaid, Ivs. 
Angel Hotel. 

Bennett, Sarah A., wid. Wm., h. 2623 
Blanchard Ave. 

Bennett- Thompson, Conway, auction- 
eer Bain's Auction Mart, h. "Dun- 
leary," Davie Str. 

Bensen, Gustav, h. 117 Kingston. 

Bensen, Robert, Ivs. 117 Kingston. 

Benson, Amelia E., rms. 734 Pandora. 



Benson, R. M., clerk Swannell & Rob- 
ertson, bds. 926 Fort. 

Bent, Arthur R., blacksmith, 2011 Gov- 
ernment, h. 2534 Graham. 

Bentley, A. Y., rms. Dominion Hotel. 

Bentley, John, prospector, h. Esquimalt 
Road, cor. Dominion Road. 

Beon, E., rms. 27-742 Johnson. 

Berg, Adolph, cook, rms. California 
Hotel. 

Bergougnon, B., empl. Bissinger & Co., 

BERGSTROM, BJORNFELT G., SWE- 
DISH MASSEUR, PROP. VIC- 
TORIA INSTITUTE OF TURK- 
ISH BATHS, 821 FORT, NEAR 
BLANCHARD, PHONE 1856, RES. 
1018 McCLURE, PHONE A871. 
(See corner cards.) 

Bergstrom, Wm., paper ruler, Colonist, 
h. 311 St. James. 

Berkeley, Cecil E., Ivs. 849 Burdette. 

Berkeley, Chris. M., Ivs. ■ 849 Burdette. 

Berkeley, W. C, Mrs., h. 849 Burdette. 

Berks, Robert B., traveller Lenz & 
Leiser, h. Burnside Road, near 
Harriet. 

Bernard, Edward, retired, h. 3011 
Quadra. 

Bernhart, D., Theodore, of Province 
Cigar Co., h. 935 Fisguard. 

Berquist, Albert, captain tug "Bea- 
trice." 

Berr, David, carp., bds. 912 Fairfield. 

Berrett, Geo. W., carp., h. Florence 
Road. 

Berridge, Catherine (wid.), h. Mount 
Baker Ave. 

Berridge, Frank C, bkkpr. Goodacre & 
Son, h. 652 Battery. 

Berridge, Wallace W., cashier Melrose 
Co., Ltd., h. 652 Battery St. 

Berridge, W., Harold, bkpr. West End 
Grocery Co., Ltd., h. 652 Battery. 

Berry Creek Mining Co., Ltd., W. H. 
Langley, secy., reg. off. 1111 Gov- 
ernment. 

Berry, W., rms. Grand Pacific Hotel. 

Berryman, Clarenda V., stengr. T. Cat- 
terall, Ivs. 701 Vancouver. 

Berryman, Frances A., wid. Richard 
H., h. 817 Broughton. 

Berryman, Irene E., asst. Dr. Burgess, 
Ivs. 1124 Topaz. 

Berryman, James, plumber C. M. Cook- 
son, Ivs. 701 Vancouver. 

BERRYMAN, JOHN, prop. Excelsior 
Saloon, 1308 Government. 

Berryman, Sarah A., wid. Charles, gro- 
cer, h. 701 Vancouver. 

Berryman, Wm., plumber A. & W. Wil- 
son, Ivs. 817 Broughton. 



B. C. Hardware Company. Ltd. 



631 YATES STREET, Cor. BROAD, VICTORIA. 



Telephone 82 



B. Williams & Co. 

Victoria, B, G, 



SOLE AGENTS FOR 

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HATTERS 
OUTFITTERS 



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VICTORIA 



Birkett 353 



Bertram, Alexander, eng., h. 270 Lang- 
ford. 

Bertucci, Nicholas, retired, h. 1168 
North Park. 

Bertucci, Nicholas, Jr., driver King's 
Transfer, rms. 1047 Mason. 

Berwick, Arthur, piano tuner, bds. 2656 
Rose. 

Besford, Frederick C, lather, h. 711 
Prince's Ave. 

Bessonette, Rupert, staff-sergeant, R. 
C. E., h. Lyall St. 

Best, William, porter, Dallas Hotel, h. 
32 Montreal. 

Best, Wm. P., analytical chemist, 1109 
Broad, rms. Balmoral Hotel. 

Betely, John, rms. Esquimalt Hotel. 

Bethune, Charles C, vocal instr., rm. 1, 
1206 Douglas. 

Betterton, Charles L., Pres. B. F. Gra- 
ham Lumber Co., h. 920 Pandora.. 

Betterton, J. Percy, cutter B. C. Market 
Co., Ltd. 

Beuerle, W. H., lithogr. Colonist, li. 
1803 Blanchard. 

BEVAN BROS. & CO., LIMITED 
(GERALD T. J. BEVAN PRES., 
REGINALD J. J. BEVAN, SEC- 
TREAS.), STOCKBROKERS, FIN- 
ANCIAL & REAL ESTATE 
AGENTS, GENERAL INSUR- 
ANCE & LOANS, 531 BASTION. 
PHONE A401. 

Bevan, Evelyn, Ivs. 1610 Belcher Ave. 

Bevan, George H., signwriter Sears, h. 
2543 Work. 

Bevan, Gerald T. J., president Bevan 
Bros. & Co., Limited, h. Davie, near 
Oak Bay Ave. 

Bevan, Reginald J. J., se cry. -treasurer, 
Bevan Bros. & Co., Ltd., Ivs. Davie 
near Oak Bay Ave. 

Bevilockway, Ellen, empl. Domihion 
Hotel, Ivs. 1341 Gladstone. 

Bevilockway, Ernest, pipe fitter, h. 1341 
Gladstone. 

Bevilockway, Violet, emp. Popham 

Bros., h. 1341 Gladstone. 
Beynon, Wm. Capt., SS. "Princess," h. 

1812 Cook 
BICK, LESLIE W., financier, h. 1510 
Elford. 

Bickerdike, Harry (Bickerdike & Voe- 
pel), h. 919 Caledonia Ave. 

BICKERDIKE & VOEPEL (HARRY 
BICKERDIKE & AUGUST VOE- 
PEL), PROPS. VICTORIA STEAM 
LAUNDRY, 816 YATES, PHONE 
172. 

Bickmore, Margaret, Ivs. 62 Govern- 
ment. 

Bidegare, N., gnr. R. C. G. A. 



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Bidell, John, lab., 752 Humboldt. 

Bierman, Alice, emp. B. C. Soap Works, 
Ivs. 817 North Park. 

Billard, Abram K., carpenter, h. 1715 
Davie. 

Billinghurst, Ernest E., mngr. B. C. 
Development Assn., Ld., h. "Soede- 
mara," Esquimalt Road. 

Billings, Simon, miner, h. 1323 Edmon- 
ton Road. 

Billings, W., deckhand SS. "Princess 
May." 

Billingsley, Francis A., harness maker 
F. Norris & Sons, h. 745 Pandora. 

Billingsley, Harry G., watchmaker, h. 
706 Broughton. 

Bilsland, James, lab., bds. Angel Hotel 

Bilton, Henry R., Capt. SS. "Cascade," 
h. 1525 Amelia. 

Bingham, Edgar V., proofreader Colo- 
nist, h. 322 Edward. 

Bings, John, Old Men's Home. 

Binns, G. H., flyman. New Grand Thea- 
tre. 

Binns, Wm. H., teacher manual dept.. 
Central school, h. 1529 Fort. 

Bird, Arthur H., purser SS. "City of 
Nanaimo," Ivs. 402 Hillside Ave. 

Bird, Arthur J., mail carrier P. O., h. 
945 Hillside Ave. 

Bird, B. P., gnr. R. C. G. A. 

Bird, Edward, shoemaker, h. 2211 
Douglas. 

Bird, Geoffrey, h. Gonzales Drive. 

Bird, Henry, boat builder Vict. Boat & 
Engine Co., Ivs. 2211 Douglas. 

Bird, H. F., elk., rms. Royal Hotel. 

Bird, Maud, opr. Turner-Beeton & Co., 
Ivs. '623 Wilson, Vic. W. 

Birkett, Nora, nurse, Prov. Royal Jubi- 
lee Hospital. 



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White Orpingtons. 

Post Office : LADYSMITH, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Birnett, John, blacksmith, h. 702 Con- 
naught. 
Birnett, Robert, carp., Ivs. 702 Con- 

naug-ht. 
Birney, James, expressman, h. 319 ' St. 

James. 
Birney, James, livery, h. 454 Kingston. 
Birnie, Harry C, painter, rms. 842 Pan- 
dora Ave. 
Birnie, John, plumber, Colbert, bds. 823 

Cormorant. 
Birnie, Thomas C, contr. and bldr., h. 

769 Hill. 
Birnie, Wm., plasterer, h. Frances Ave. 
Bishop, Alice, bkk. John's Bros., Ivs. 

592 John. 
Bishop, C, AB. SS. "Princess Ena." 
Bishop, Clarence, elec, Hinton Elec. 

Co., Ivs. 592 John. 
Bishop of Columbia (Anglican), Rt. 

Rev. W. W. Perrin, res. 912 Bur- 

dette. 
Bishop, Ernest, carp., McCrimmon, Ivs. 

592 John. 
Bishop, Frank J. (Bishop & Clark), h. 

Willows Beach. 
Bishop, George V., draughtsman, Ivs. 

592 John. 
Bishop, George, contr. & bldr., h. 616 

Garbally Rd. 
Bishop, Harry T., freight agent B. C. 

Coast Service (C. P. R.), h. 592 

John. 
Bishop, Henry, carp., Ivs. 2552 Blan- 

■chard Ave. 
Bishop, H. H., emp. D. S. Ltd., 1156 

Yates. 
Bishop, John, benchhand Sayward's. 
Bishop, John, tmstr. Wm. Symons, bds. 

1019 Quadra. 
Bishop, R. P., clerk (Swannell & Rob- 
ertson), bds. 926 Fort. 

Bishop, Wm. J., bartender Prince Ho- 
tel, h. Old Esquimau Rd., nr. Head. 

Bishop & Clark (Frank Bishop and 
George Clark), dairy. Willows 
Beach. 

Bishop's Palace (Roman Catholic), 740 
View, Very Rev. A. J. Brabant. 

BISMARCK HOTEL, Samuel Shore, 
prop., 1303 Government. 



BISSELL, GILBERT H., tailor, 1314 
Douglas, phone A850, h. 124 St. 
Andrews. 

Bissell, Wm. G., clerk E. A. Morris, rm. 
857 Pandora. 

Bissinger & Co., hides and wool, Chas. 
Brash, mngr., 565 Yates. 

Bisson, Nellie, elk. A. Campbell & Co., 
h. LyalL 

Biswangeo, Godfrey F., teamster, h. 
Old Esquimau Road. 

Bittancourt, Fredk. J., second hand 
goods, 1321 Oriental Alley, h. Head 
St., Esquimau. 

Bittancourt, Richard E., bartender, 
Stewart's Bar, 717 Caledonia Ave. 

BJORNFELT, G. BERGSTROM, SWE- 
DISH MASSEUR, PROP. VIC- 
TORIA INSTITUTE OF TURK- 
ISH BATHS, 821 FORT, NEAR 
BLANCHARD, PHONE 1856, RES. 
1018 McCLURE, PHONE A871. 
(See corner cards.) 

Black, Capt. David, rms. Dominion Ho- 
tel. 

Black, Dougall, cond. B. C. El. Ry., Ivs. 
620 Dunedin. 

Black, George M., boat builder, 800 
Fort. 

Black, Hugh, plumber A. Sheret, bds. 
736 Johnson. 

Black, Irene, stengr., Ivs. 710 Wilson. 

Black, Isabella, Ivs. 915 Johnson. 

Black, John, painter, rms. 545 Johnson. 

Black, John, shipbroker, h. 819 Hillside. | 

Black, John W., drayman, h. 913 View. J 

Black, Margaret, teacher Chinese ■ 
School, Ivs. 913 View. ■ 

Black, Mattie, wid., h. 710 Wilson. ■ 

Black, Stanley W., local mngr. Victoria 
Carriage & Auto Top Co., bds. 
Corona. 

Black, Wm., Old Men's Home, 

Blackett, Cuthbert, retired, h. 625 Mi- 
chigan. 

Blackett, Mary, wid. John, Ivs. 119 Sim- 
coe. 

Blacksmith's Union, F. W. Jeeves, sec, 
Labor Hall. 

Blackstaff, Charles, carp., h. Linvvood 

Blackstaff, Dora, Ivs. Linwood Ave. 

Blackstock, Clarence W., h. 933 St. 
Charles. 

Blackstock, Lachlan, teamster Victoria 

Transfer, h. 856 Broughton. j 

Blackstock, Malcolm, policeman, h. 856 
Broughton. 

Blackwall, T., rms. Clarence Hotel. 

Elackwell, Laura, teacher Central 
School. Ivs. 1464 Dallas Road. 



HOTEL VICTORIA, 



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the City. _ Strictly First-Class in 
every detail. Sample Rooms for 
Commercial Men. 



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1406 GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA, B.C. 



HINTON ELECTRIC COIBPANY, LIMITED 

ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES. 911 Government St., Victoria Phone 38 



Blackwell 



VICTORIA 



Blaney 355 



Blackwell, S., prin. Hillside School, 

h. 1464 Dallas Road. 
Blackwood, A. T. R., h. 830 Victoria 

Crescent. 
Blackwood, E. E., gen'l Agt. N. P. Ry-. 

Co. and Northern Express Co., h. 

911 Linden. 
Blackwood, Ida, dressmaker, bds. 640 

Hillside Ave. 
Blackwood, John, lab., h. 931 Mason. 
Blackwood, Mrs. R., wid., Ivs. 830 

Quadra. 
Blagburn, Wm. T., dairyman, h. 1018 

Nootka St. 
Blaikie, Percy R., mngr. Victoria 

Agency, 636 View, h. 121 St. 

Andrew. 
Blaiklock, Agnes, wid. James, private 

school 1342 Harrison, h. 1117 Fort. 
Blair, Daisy, dressmaker. Miss Wild- 
ridge, Ivs. 1134 Hillside Ave. 
Blair, James, empl. Woodworkers, Ltd., 

915 King's Road. 
Blair, John, 13-1634 Store. 
Blair, Joseph, emp. City, h. Herald, 

near waterfront. 
Blair, Mary, wid. John, h. 1134 Hillside 
Blair, T., sgt. R. C. G. A. 
Blair, Thomas, emp. B. C. Soap Works, 

h. 160 St. Lawrence. 
Blair, Wm., photographer, 1236 Gov- 
ernment, h. 722 Discovery. 
Blake, Anne J., wid. Alfred, h. 2516 

Work. 
Blake, Charles F. H., clerk, Ivs. 418 

Bay. 
Blake, Charles H. F., retired, h. 418 

Bay. 
Blake, Charles R., elevator man Law 

Court, h. 1554 Pembroke. 
Blake, Charlotte, Ivs. 1554 Pembroke. 
Blake, Edna E., cashier C. C. Russell, 

Ivs. 2516 Work. 
Blake, Ernest E., emp. B. C. El. Ry., 

Ivs. 1554 Pembroke. 
Blake, Ethel A., elk. Henry Young & 

Co., 2516 Work. 
Blake, George, sec-treas. Standard 

Steam Ldry., Ltd., h. 1554 Pem- 
broke. 
Blake, Henry S., boilermaker, Ivs. 418 

Bay. 
Blake, Herbert P., elk, Ivs. 2516 Work. 
Blake, Mary J., teacher Central School, 

Ivs. 1554 Pembroke. 
Blake, Mary, clerk branch P. O., F. 

W. Fawcett's drug store, h. 418 

Bay Rd. 
Blake, Robert E., rivetter Bullen's, 

Ivs. 418 Bay. 
Blake, Wm. A., elk. Dlxi H. Ross & 

Co., Ivs. 2516 Work. 



Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Mills: 355 Garbaily Road Phone 864 
City Office cor. Fort and Broad Streets 

Best quality Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Moldings 
and Lath, furnished customers. 



Blakemore, Albert H., contractor, h. 
Cranmore Rd. 

BLAKEMORE, WILLIAM, C.E., 

M.I.M.E., CONSULTING MINING 
ENGINEER,1208 GOVERNMENT. 
PHONE 1283. RES. 1141 ROCK- 
LAND AVE. 

(See page 48.) 

Blakeway, Addie, emp. Weiler Bros., 
Ivs. 146 Clarence. 

Blakeway, Marie, milliner, D. Spencer 
& Co., rms. 146 Clarence. 

Blakeney, Joseph L., barber, rm. 65, 
Five Sisters Block. 

Blanchard, Margaret, wid. Herman, h. 
Joseph. 

Blanchard, Miss, inmate Old Ladies' 
Home, 857 McClure. 

Bland, Clarence, elk. Lenz & Leiser's, 
Ltd., Ivs. Esquimalt Rd., nr. Head 
St. 

Bland, Elizabeth, wid. James h. 211 
Mary. 

Bland, Emily, housekeeper, Ivs. Con- 
stance Ave. 

Bland, Frederick W., eng. E. & N. 
Rly., Ivs. 545 Dalton. 

Bland, James A., clerk Law Society, 
Ivs. 556 Toronto. 

Bland, James, W., usher Law Courts, 
h. 556 Toronto. 

Bland, Mrs. John, tailoress B. C. Re- 
novating Works, Ivs. Mary. 

Bland, John H., fireman E. & N. Rly., 
h. 315 Henry. 

Bland, Joseph, h. Esquimalt Rd., nr. 
Head St. 

Bland, Robert, painter Frank Mellor, 
414 Bay. 

Bland, Wm. H., druggist D. E. Camp- 
bell, h. 419 Pov/ell. 

Blandford, Benjamin W., printer Vic. 
Printing & Publishing Co., Ivs. 
Edward, cor. Catherine. 

Blandford, Mrs. B. W. (Victoria West 
Bargain Store), Edward, cor. 
Catherine. 

Blane, R. R., motorman B. C. E. Rly., 
rms. 1318 Douglas. 

Blaney, Arnold S., pressman Vic- 
toria Printing & Pub Co., 1817 
Cook. 

Blaney, Fred W., telegraph opr., Ivs. 
1817 Cook. 



LAWRENCE GOODAGRE& SONS 

BUTCHERS AND PACKERS. 1327 Government, Cor. Johnson, Victoria 



QUEEN'S MAI^KET 

Established 1858 



THE PUMLEY AUTOMOBILE CO., Ltd. 



Automobile Garage, 606 Government, Victoria 



Phone 695 



356 Blaney 



VICTORIA 



Bond 



GRIFFIN W. JONES 

STOCKS, BONDS, HIGH 
GRADE INVESTMENTS 

Phone 282. Room 12, Metropolitan Block 

VICTORIA, B. C. 



Blaney, Sidney R., lather, Ivs. 1817 
Cook. 

Bla.nkenbach, Dorothy, Ivs. 1032 
Verrinder Ave. 

Blankenbach, Dorothy, Ivs. 1032 Ver- 
rinder Ave. 

Blankenbach, Frederick, h. 1032 Ver- 
rinder Ave. 

Blaquiere, Edward de, of Blaquiere 
& Heagerty, h. 917 North Park. 

Blaquiere & Heagerty (Edward de 
Blaquiere and David Heagerty), 
grocers, 903 North Park. 

Bleasdale, Herbert (Bleasdale & 
White), h. 846 Yates. 

BLEASDALE & WHITE (H. BLEAS- 
DALE AND A. WHITE), SOLE 
AGENTS FOR GOURLAY 

PIANOS AND ANGELUS PLAY- 
ER, 907 GOVERNMENT. PHONE 
1259. 

Blade, N., lab. Vict. Mch. Depot. 

Blomquist, Miss, nurse, St. Joseph's 
Hospital, Humboldt. 

Blomquist, John (Bailey & Blom- 
quist), h. 546 David. 

Bloom, John, barber Empress Hotel, 
h. 965 Fisguard. 

Bloom, Julius, barber Empress Hotel. 
Ivs. 965 Fisguard. 

Bloomfleld, Elizabeth, wid., Ivs. 1121 
Hillside Ave. 

Bloomfleld, Wm. P., cond. B. C. El. 
Rly., Ivs. 1121 Hillside Ave. 

Bloomquist, Capt. Chas., rms. Dom- 
inion Hotel. 

Bloor, Edwin, engineer SS. "Pilot," 
Ivs. Douglas Rd., nr. Lampson. 

Bloor, Samson, engineer, h. Douglas 
Rd., nr. Lampson. 

Blower, John, butcher McFaden's, h. 
757 Pandora Ave. 

Blue Post Saloon, H. Campbell, 716 
Johnson. 

Blume, Charles A., retired, h. "Mary- 
ville," 457 Quebec. 

Blume, John, Ivs. 457 Quebec. 

Blunden, Charles, salesman, h. 821 
Catherine. 

Blyth, Alex. P., optician, 645 Fort, h. 
Maple St., off Tolmie Ave. 

Blyth, Allan, optician A. P. Blyth, 
Ivs. Maple St., off Tolmie Ave. 



Blythe, David, furnaceman Marine 
Iron Wks., h. 2625 Amethyst Rd. 

Blythe, Hugh, rms. 740 Burdette Ave. 

Board of Fire Underwriters for V. I., 
Five Sisters Block. 

Board of Health (city). Dr. H. M. 
Robertson, medical officer. 

Board of Health (Prov.), Dr. C. J. 
Fagan, secy. 

BOARD OF TRADE, VIC, B. C, 
SIMON LEISER, PRES.; FRED- 
ERICK ELWORTHY, SEC, 521 
BASTION, PHONE 601. 

Board of Trade Building, 521 Bastion. 

Board of Trade Bldg. Association, 
Ltd., (B. C), Edward Pearson, 
pres.; Frederick Elworthy, sec, 
521 Bastion. Phone 601. 

Boddy, Wm., stonemason, h. Irlam, 
Villa, 731 Wilson. 

Bodega Saloon, Charles Maidment, 
prop., 1121 Douglas. 

Boden, May, emp. Popham Bros., h. 
cor. Lyall and Rithet Ave. 

Bodmer, H., fitter SS. "Charmer." 

Bodwell, Ernest V., K.C. (Bodwell & 
Lawson), "h. ''RockclifEe," 1626 
Rockland Ave. Phone 399. 

BODWELL & LAWSON (ERNEST 
V. BODWELL, K.C, JAMES H. 
LAWSON, JR., AND H. G. LAW- 
SON), BARRISTERS AND SOLI- 
CITORS, NOTARIES PUBLIC, 
ETC., 918 GOVERNMENT. 

PHONE 49. 

Bogart, B. Henry, carp., h. 733 View. 

BOGGS, BEAUMONT (Robert S. 
Day and B. Boggs), 625 Fort St. 
Phone 30, res. Maplewood, 1133 
Catharine St., Victoria West. 
Phone A 588. 

Boilermakers' Union, G. Gilham, sec, 
Labor Hall. 

Bois, Joseph, barber, rms. 615 
Trounce Ave. 

Boiston, Frederick, bookkeeper Wood- 
workers, Ltd., h. 134 Menzies. 

Bolden, John W., contr. and bldr., 760 
Yates, h. 2028 Chambers. 

Bolden, Mrs., waitress City Rest- 
aurant, h. 1248 Hamilton Rd., off 
Lansdowne Rd. 

Bolton, Eric I., appr. B. C. Marine 
Ry., Ivs. Admiralty Rd. 

Bolton, George R., blacksmith B. C. 
Marine Rly., h. 540 John. 

Bolton, Vyvyan, M., Ivs. Admiralty Rd. 

BOLTON, REV. WILLIAM W., M.A., 
warden University School, res. 
"Ewyger," Admiralty Rd.. Phone 
B726. 

Bond, Elizabeth, housekeeper, Ivs. 
Tennyson Ave. 



Lewisville Hotel 

CHEMAINUS, B. C. 



Special Attention Given to Tourists 
and Commercial Men. 

Newly Built and Refurnished Throughout. 

S. J. HAGAN, Proprietor 



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Bosustow 357 



Bond, Frederick, jeweler W. H. Wil- 

kerson, h. 627 Hillside. 
Bond, Ida, elk. A. Campbell & Co., bds. 

837 Broughton. 
Bond, Thomas, patternmaker, B. C. 

Foundry, h. 651 Pine St. 
BOND, WILLIAM C. (Bond & Clark), 
res. 525 Craigflower Rd. Phone 
426. 
BOND & CLARK (WILLIAM C. 
BOND AND ROBERT W. 

CLARK), REAL ESTATE, IN- 
SURANCE, STOCK BROKERS, 
ETC., 614 TROUNCE AVE. 
PHONE 1092. 

(See front cover and page 10.) 

Bond & Ricketts, Ltd., h. o. Cambie 

St., Vancouver; Victoria office at 

Victoria Theatre, C. Denham, 

local mngr. 

Bone, Frank S., elk. T. N. Hibben & 

Co., h. 816 King's Rd. 
Bone, Lena, Ivs. 1788 Rockland Ave. 
Bone, W^m. H. (T. N. Hibben & Co.), 
h. "Stonehenge," 1788 Rockland 
Ave, 
Boniface & Wright, contrs. and bldrs., 

2507 Blanchard. 
Bonter, Charles H., h. 434 Quebec. 
Bonter, Georgina, wid. George S., Ivs. 

434 Quebec. 
Bonter, Nina, Ivs. 434 Quebec. 
Bookbinders' Union, G. S. Carr, secy.. 

Musicians' Hall. 
"BOOMERANG, THE," MRS. M. E. 
MARR, PROP., 4 COURT ALLEY. 
PHONE 707. 
Boorman, Albert S., box mkr. Say- 
ward's Mill, h. 1328 Fisguard. 
Boorman, Alice, sewing inst. city 

schools, 1328 Fisguard. 
Boorman, Marian, wid. William, h. 1340 

Fisguard. 
Boorman, William S., retired, Ivs. 1328 

Fisguard. 
Booth, Alin, appr. Hawkins & Hayward, 

Ivs. 615 Belleville. 
Booth, Edith, nurse, Ivs. 1319 Vancou- 
ver St. 
BOOTH, GODFREY W., mngr. North- 
ern Crown Bank, h. 615 Belleville. 
Booth, Mary A., wid. Cornelius, h. 1220 

Caledonia Ave. 
Booth, Samuel J., second hand store, 

610 Cormorant, h. 710 Rupert. 
Booth, Sydney, bookkeeper Jno. W. 

Morris & Co., bds. 1176 Yates. 
Booz, Miss M. F., Convent School, Ivs. 

621 Avalon Rd. 
Booz, Thomas, foreman Times, h. 623 

Avalon Rd. 
Borde, Antoinette, wid. Jean, h. 635 
John. 



P. O. Box 122 



Phone A 1748 



CHARLES HOLMES 

WHOLESALE WRAPPING PAPER 

PAPER BAGS, ETC. 

LET ME QUOTE YOU PRICES 

620 Cormorant Street - Victoria, B. G. 



Borde, Auguste F., water rate collec- 
tor, h. 2818 Rock Bay Ave. 

Borde, Hippolyte, shoemkr. Christie's 
Shoe Emporium, Ivs. 635 John. 

Borde, Leon H., printer Government 
Buildings, Ivs. 2818 Rock Bay Ave. 

Borden, Frank N., rancher, h. Quadra, 
near Pumping Station. 

Borowdale, C, steerage steward, SS. 
"Princess Beatrice." 

Borrowman, Andrew R., 2nd eng. D. G. 
S. Lillooet, rms. Esquimalt Road, 
near Dunsmuir Road. 

Borthwick, George A., mgr. Morena 
Cigar Co., h. 122 Clarence. 

Borthwick, Ralphe, retired, h. 838 John- 
son. 

Boscowitz, David A. (J. Boscowitz & 
Sons),